The Liz Dress is our new take on the bestselling Iesha Dress. Done in an easy-on-the-eyes navy, this dress is super versatile, taking you from office days to late night dinners. This dress is made with a Zero Waste pattern. With origami-like seaming at the back, the only scrap cut off is at the neckline. Congrats on helping save the environment.
Tabii Just clothing is made with surplus or stock fabric to reduce the need to produce more. This means that there are limited quantities of each style available. Don’t sleep on this!
PRE-ORDER: We’ve instituted a pre-order model in our continued mission to reduce waste. You tell us what you want. We make it. It’s a win-win for all, including the environment. Pre-order the Liz Dress and get 20% off (use code PREORDER)—plus first dibs on the limited quantities. As production finishes, the cost will go back up to its full price.
PRE-ORDER SHIPPING DATE: The Liz Dress is scheduled to be shipped in early December. Why? This collection is made with care and attention in Brooklyn, New York by the Brooklyn Fashion & Design Accelerator. We take time to ensure each one is made exactly the way we know you want it. We promise it’ll be worth it and it’ll be just in time for you to hit the holiday party circuit in style. For questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tabii’s note: The Iesha Dress has been our bestselling dress since Season 1 because it works well for different body types and life situations. Women have worn this dress on the red carpet, to weddings, to work functions and more. I’m excited to bring it back in a new fabric that I know you’ll love.
SIZING: The Liz Dress is meant to skim your curves. Lexi is wearing a Small. She is 5’7” and 115 lbs. For more on our sizing model, click here. If you’re in NY, try this on for free. Click here to learn more and follow @tabiijust on Instagram to see this dress in motion.
- Easy to slip into
- Made with stock fabric
- Inner lining
- Origami-like seaming at the back
- Made with care in Brooklyn
Shoes by Bhava
Photos by Erika Hokanson