A new style I call a poncho is actually so versatile, it can be worn six different ways. made of the devoré velvet. The fabric is sheer silk dyed a dark gray to black tone with the all-over velvet pattern of Rosettes, hand-painted in a watercolor style using more permanent dyes.
• One size fits most:
Once the fabric is made, it is sewn together so it slips over your head to be worn as a poncho, shawl or scarf.
It can be paired with jeans or with a special dress.
This garment was pre-washed as part of the dying and hand-painting process. A cold, gentle cycle followed by a hot drying cycle will make it softer.
• Silk chiffon backing with rayon velvet pile.
All natural materials make it luxuriously soft.