Lâle and Karanfil - Kimono Dress
Lâle and Karanfil - Kimono Dress
Lâle and Karanfil - Kimono Dress
Lâle and Karanfil - Kimono Dress
Lâle and Karanfil - Kimono Dress
Lâle and Karanfil - Kimono Dress
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Lâle and Karanfil - Kimono Dress

Regular price $199.00 CAD Sale price $155.00 CAD Save $44.00 CAD
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Within Ottoman culture, the tulip had a special symbolic importance and was regarded as the holiest of all the flowers. Planting tulips in gardens became fashionable throughout the Ottoman Empire. The Ottomans paid a great deal of attention to the environment, and the tulip became the national symbol of the Ottomans. the carnation (Karanfil) was thought to be a symbol of the power and renewal of life. the carnation, the symbol of life, twines around and embraces the tulip, the symbol of the ‘divine’ or the source of life.

Material:

  • Satin
  • Lined 

Sizing Info:

  • One-size