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by UNIFORMA Collection

45% off! Was: $225.00

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Our garments are inspired by women artists.

Mary Joan Jay DeFeo (March 31, 1929-November 11, 1989) was a visual artist associated with the Beat generation in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Throughout her four decades of making art, DeFeo worked extensively making drawings, paintings on paper, photographs, photocopies, collages, photo collages and paintings. 

Our take on the studio smock. Part apron, part dress, it looks great over a denim shirt and cuffed pants.  The drawstring waist lets you adjust the silhoutte to your liking.  With deep armholes, it’s easy to throw on and go.  A high front neckline is coupled with a slightly scooped back.  And, of course, pockets.

The material is a brushed Japanese cotton that is seriously soft.  Think of buttery smooth suede, but totally washable.

Measurements (taken flat; one size fits most):

-chest: 13""

-hips: 25"

-length (shoulder to hem): 33"

100% cotton. 


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