Women's wide dress with v-neck, made entirely by artisans, using fine cotton and silk. It stands out for its freshness and for the white and yellow striped pattern. Short sleeves and petticoat included with lace trim.
Wide and pleated skirt
2 invisible pockets
Hand made details
Petticoat included with lace trim
Model wears: 38
Model height: 175cm
Composition: silk and cotton
Product color: Cream and yellow striped
Pèro is a brand was born in India by the designer Aneeth Arora who produces fabrics and clothes, graduated in textiles from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad and graduated in fashion from the National Institute of Fashion Technology.
The brand takes the name of Pèro which means "to wear" in Marwari, to choose in name according to the local language of Rajasthan to underline the typical aesthetics of the nation and to use local materials and skills, creating a product connected to people all over the world .
The realization of the fabrics is made using looms, worked separately by Indian craftsmen, so as to maintain the local tradition.
The resulting garment evokes a certain sense of culture where it came from.
This culture communicates internationally so that the wearer is equally comfortable on the streets of Paris or London, as he does here in India. The aspect does not concern an age group or a season, it is a mentality, a will to incorporate the natural style of the locals.
Frequenty Asked Questions
Of course! All of our products are 100% Péro certified originals. Feel free to ask us for the product code and we'll be happy to provide it.
Yeah, everything we sell online comes from our boutiques in Italy. We've been partners with Péro and many others up to 10 years.
Of course, you can always return the items up to 14 days according to EU legislation. If you wish to return an item, simply click here and enter the order's number. If you wish to know more, please read our full Cancellation Policy
Our fashion botique is located in the center Arzignano, Vicenza since 1911.
An experience and a family tradition that have been constantly reinterpreted to get to the latest research and experimentation.