Are you looking for a comfortable yet show-stopping look for your next evening out? Here it is! The Cherry Blossom Dress is fun and flirty yet elegant and sophisticated.
Featuring a kimono style sleeve, a cherry blossom print and a fitted waist with a twist front detail. Made from modal, a soft material made from beach trees, you will surely feel confident and comfortable.
Side zip for a fitted waistline
Modal fabric, hand block printed using traditional artisan methods/
Made in India by women artists who are paid fair wages
Ash & Rose now offers free options for shipping AND returns! We've also extended our return policy to 90 days, so you have plenty of time to decide.
We'll ship your order of $100 or more for free to any USA or Canadian address when you choose the Free Shipping option. All other orders will have shipping fees calculated at checkout. We do ship internationally and fees are calculated at checkout.
We're also offering free return postage on all domestic orders when you choose to receive an exchange or store credit. For a refund back to your original form of payment, you can print a return shipping label for a flat fee of $5.95, or ship yourself using a carrier of your choice. International customers must handle their own return shipments.
Visit our Returns Portal for complete details and to initiate your return.
Symbology is an ethical fashion label that fuses artisan textiles with fashion forward designs to bring authentic apparel to the boutique market. We bring a fresh spin to centuries-old artistic traditions by interpreting them into a modern, sexy collection. We envision fashion as a platform to empower the poor, preserve traditional arts and connect women worldwide. With each Symbology purchase, our customer has invested in a fashionable, one-of-a-kind piece that empowers women across the globe.
Founder Marissa Heyl had an ‘aha’ moment in a small village in India, while researching her anthropology thesis project assessing the impact of fair trade on artisan women. She visited many women in slums and villages who touched her heart–not by how different their lives were from hers, but how much they shared in common as women. She met Gita, a young mother of three who was able to pay for her children to go to college through the money she made with her fair trade artisan group. As Marissa watched her embroider a mirrorwork tablecloth, she envisioned it as a beautiful dress. Hence the seed was planted for Symbology –a way for her to combine her lifelong passion for fashion design and women’s rights.
Employ marginalized artisans, with a special focus on women
Preserve traditional artforms threatened by globalization