“Ida” Top

$47.50

Playful, airy and flowy, we’re bringing all your Provence slow life fantasies to life this summer. You can dress it up or down, make it formal or casual, but what’s for sure is that it’s so lightweight, you won’t even feel you’re wearing anything (in the best possible way).

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SIZING & FIT 

Vero (model 1) is wearing XS

Sonia (model 3) is wearing S

Patricia (model 2) is wearing XL

CARE FOR ME 

We recommend hand wash or machine wash on delicates at 30 degrees

Psst, wanna know who Ida was? 

Writer, suffragist and civil rights activist, Ida Wells launched what would become a lifelong public campaign against injustice at the age of 25. In 1884, the Memphis native filed a lawsuit against the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Company, after a conductor and two other train workers forcibly removed her from a seat that she refused to vacate for a white passenger.

She won the case in local courts, but her victory was overturned by the Supreme Court of Tennessee. After the suit, Wells used the power of her words to denounce injustice, deadly violence and discrimination against black people in the South, PBS wrote. After moving to Chicago, she continued to decry the horrors of lynching, while also marching for women’s suffrage and preventing the establishment of segregated schools.

She later served as one of the founding members — of which only two were women — of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in 1909. In 1930, Wells became one of the first African American women to seek public office, when she ran as an independent candidate for state senator.

 

SIZING GUIDE

SIZEBUST (cm)WAIST (cm)HIPS (cm)
XXS77-8057-6082-85
XS81-8361-6386-89
S84-8664-6690-93
M88-9167-7094-98
L94-9875-80100-105
XL103-10985-91109-115
XXL115-12397-105121-128
3XL131-138112-119134-140
4XL145-152126-133147-154
5XL153-159134-140155-161
6XL160-167141-148162-169
7XL168-175149-156170-177

Additional information

fabric

Cotton 100%

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