Mason's Imari Silk Wrap Dress


A beautiful wrap dress which is perfect for any occasion and designed to suit everyone.

Miles Mason, a clerk at Frog Hall in Chigwell, fell in love with and married his neighbour's daughter, sixteen year old heiress Ruth.  Together they invented Mason's Ironware.

This glorious, unique pattern is based on the Imari Lilly, an emblem that appeared on eighteenth century Mason's china.

A real show-stopper.  From the moment you first try it on, the passepartout wrap dress will become your favourite dress.  Like the shift dress, this is cut on the bias so it floats, flatters and shimmies as you walk.

The wrap style is generously cut so that you will never find that you are revealing more than you intended.  The neckline is designed to suit everyone and the wrap belt is long enough to wind round your waist twice, either tying at the front, side or back.  The sleeves are gently flared just below the elbow.