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Lisztomania Shift Dress

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Made in Take Flight print, our Lisztomania Shift Dress features

  • draped sleeves
  • shift A-line cut
  • hidden side pockets
  • mandarin collar with hook & eye closure

A flattering cut, this shift dress hides your insecurities while keeping you looking good!

Models are wearing Lisztomania Shift Dress in Tangerine colour.


About the print

Take Flight!

We celebrate a year where nature and humanity rested. And in resting, we grew to respect and appreciate nature. Like the wings of the begonia plant, this print symbolizes a return to equilibrium, let us fly in tandem with our precious environment.

Fabric details

Printed on cotton / rayon blend.

Note: Our garments in this print are cut from the same roll of fabric, making each piece different and unique in print placement.

For fabric & garment care, read more here.

Models' Size

Du Yue is 173 cm tall, UK 8, wearing size S.

Bust - 78 cm
Waist - 58 cm
Hips - 88 cm

Lan Lan is 177 cm tall, UK 8, wearing size S.

Bust - 78 cm
Waist - 64 cm
Hips - 91 cm

Size and fit

Not sure which size to get? Try our general size guide!


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Blueberry beautiful!

Love this shift dress - especially the collar! Super comfy and chic, a bright print to add a punch, and the fantastic collar to add that bit of edge. Tempted to buy this in all the colours…

About the collection
1960s- The flower power period of passive non-violent resistance. An era where people desperately wanted to return back to innocence, purity and peace. At the heart of it was the symbol of peace- flowers. For us in 2020, we celebrated a year where nature and humanity rested. In doing so, we grew to respect and appreciate nature again. In our quiet moments, we found ourselves drawn to the begonia plant, which had leaves shaped like angel's wings. For us, the begonia plant symbolized hope for the future and a return to equilibrium.