Are intoxicating, like this dress, like Maya.
We first met as she sauntered across the cobblestone wearing it (I would later describe it to her as mosey, but she said that was too American).
It’s when I discovered I had synesthesia. Frank Lloyd Wright claimed to hear music when he designed buildings; Nabokov saw the letter o as an “ivory-backed hand mirror.”
Upon seeing Maya mosey (sorry) in her cheery linen dress, I heard an ebullient tambourine and smelled freshly cut nasturtiums. When she got close, with the soft linen clinging and contrast trim hitting her tanned legs, I had the sensation of tasting the most exquisite carambola.
Interesting, I know. N.B. Wine is not an antidote for synesthesia.
Maya’s Dress (No. 4186). 100% linen. Scoop neckline and fitting darts at waist. Contrasting border trim at neckline and sweep. Bra keepers. Invisible zipper with hook and eye at center back. Below knee length.
Women’s sizes: 0 through 20.
Colors: White/Orange/Hot Pink, White/Monterey Blue/Nasturtium.
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Fabric Content: 100% Linen.
Care Instructions: Dry Cleaning recommended.
Length: Ranges from 40" to 43 1/2". Varies by size.