This Hua Dress features our Lauloa design on Dill fabric with Meringue ink.
While cutting the laua'e for this design, the surf in Hilo Bay was epic. The waves started breaking at Paliku and appeared to break across the entire bay. In Hawaiian tradition, I chose the name Lauloa to commemorate the occasion. A wave that reaches from one side all the way to the other side is called lauloa. I've also chosen to elaborate on the very ruffled edges of the leaf because it reminded me of the maire that grew in abundance in Tahiti!
Named after the thirteenth day of the moon phase, the Hua Dress is a celebration of the fruits of our labor! A combination of many favorite styles, the sleeve, collar, length and trapeze is all about comfort. Youthful, cool and poise are offered in this all-occasion wearable. A stand-up collar, cap sleeves and an at-the-knee length, the style is all about comfort. Button-front closure and relaxing ease permits perfect strides!
Machine-washable 100% broadcloth cotton. Studio model is wearing XS