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SPRING DRESSES: ALABAMA CHANIN COLLECTION

“All beings are flowers
blossoming
In a blossoming universe.”
– Soen Nakagawa 

Spring has always been a time of renewal, for nature and for the soul. It’s a time to plant gardens, to “spring clean” your space, and to put into motion all the plans you spent the winter creating.

This spring, the Alabama Chanin Collection welcomes a refresh.

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Left: The Dogwood Tunic with the Dayton Skirt Right: The Rinne Dress

Featured on many of the styles is a floral-inspired design that we’re calling Pansy. This design adds a graphic, yet feminine element to each garment.

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Some of our favorite pieces have been revamped with the new stencil, new lengths, and new embroideries.

The Rinne Dress is available hand painted with the Pansy design. Our Rinne and Ashley Dresses are also offered in new tunic lengths.

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Left: The Ashley Tunic Right: The Zenith Skirt

The long skirt, smock, and pencil skirt all feature new embroideries and colorways.

And the Pencil Skirt has an updated fit and wide elastic waistband.

Get excited about spring and shop the entire Collection here.

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  1. Nicola

    I love the new Pansy stencil. The colour Twilight is looking more Teal in these photos – has it changed over the last few months?

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    1. Alabama

      Hi Nicola,
      Since we order fabric in small batches, our dye lots can shift and vary over time. The current dye lot of Twilight is a bit more saturated giving it more of a teal appearance.

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  2. Anna

    I want to tell you many thanks for your wonderful ideas, for your creativity and for your view of the world. You are inspireing.
    Wish you all the best.

    Anna.
    Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

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