linen rory dress
linen rory dress
linen rory dress
linen rory dress
linen rory dress
linen rory dress
linen rory dress
linen rory dress
linen rory dress

linen rory dress

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The spring dress of your dreams! Made from light weight, low-impact linen this dress is flattering all body types and begs to be taken out for a good time. Fits loose and hits a bit above the knees, featuring voluminous puff sleeves, pockets (we've gotchu) and a scoop neck in front and in back.

  • Material: 100% Linen
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash inside out in delicate settings and lay flat to dry -OR- Hand wash gently in cold and lay flat to dry. Do not bleach.
  • Sandra is a size S top and bottom and wearing a size S
  • Fit is loose, we recommend sizing down.
  • in the last photo the person is usually a size small, 5'7", and wearing a size small, it fits well!

we only have one of each size, so if you like it, don't wait!

in a natural creamy color. you'll want to wear skin tone undergarments with it (unless you like to show off your underwear colors, in which case do your thing!)

linen is a beautiful textured fabric that has such an effortless bohemian feel. it's an eco-friendly fabric. this dress is also made in america, making it one of our pricier pieces. but it will last you a very long time because it is so well made, it's worth the investment!

Size Guide

Size Chest Around
Sweep Around Length
Sleeve Length
X-Small 45" 60" 33" 22"
33" 23"
47" 64" 33"
48" 66"
X-Large 50"
69" 35" 24"
XX-Large 52" 73"
36" 24"


made by back beat co. BBC is a woman owned business founded by a woman who immigrated to the US from the Philippines. majority of their clothing is made in california.
Linen comes from the flax plant. Flax grows naturally and requires no additional water other than rainwater, making it a very eco-friendly fabric. Because it's a natural fiber, flax linen is recyclable and biodegrade. The whole flax plant can be used, leaving no waste. According to the European Confederation of Linen and Hemp, flax respects the environment and preserves the land. Very little energy is required to process flax. Linen yarn is inherently strong, which reduces the need for starching during spinning and weaving. The Advisory Commission Report to the European Parliament stated that flax cultivation has positive effects on eco-system diversity as it allows for an “environmental pause”. One hectare of flax can retain 3.7 tonnes of CO2 . 
linen is also naturally anti microbial.