Tie Back Dress - Slate Grey

Regular price $233.00

Introducing an eco-linen blend with all the benefits you love in linen, now with reduced wrinkling. Our eco-linen blend is easy to wash and wear and travels very well.  This fabric is OEKO-TEX certified. Features a rounded boat neck, tie closure at the center back neck, and side seam slits with an added self-belt for an adjustable fit.
  • 70% Viscose, 30% Linen
  • Fits loosely through the body, size down for a more slim fit
  • Center back tie closure
  • Side seam slit detail
  • Removable self-belt
  • Available in sizes XS-XL (extended sizing to come)
  • Hand or machine wash cold with similar colors, hang to dry, iron low temperature
  • Made in Toronto

Measurements are approximate and taken while the garment is laid flat.

  X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large
Armpit to armpit 26" 27" 28" 29" 30"
Hip 25" 26" 27" 28" 29"
Length from centre front to hem 43" 44" 45" 46" 47.5"
Sleeve length 15.5" 16" 16.5" 17" 18"


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Devlyn van Loon is an eponymous line of clothing made by hand in Toronto, Canada. Established in 2016, the brand is best known for its streamlined silhouettes and sustainable manufacturing. Creating modern essentials, Devlin focuses on fit, silhouette and feel to design garments that seamlessly integrate into an everyday wardrobe and become a second skin, omitting the fussiness of getting dress without sacrificing comfort.

Devlyn designs to make choosing priced and getting dressed to be an effortless and pleasurable experience. She believes that style need not be sacrificed to shop sustainably. Most of all, the brand expresses a belief that the importance of clothing lies not in how it looks, but how it makes the wearer feel. All Devlyn van Loon garments are sewn in small batches a Toronto-based studio using sustainable, natural, or dead-stock fabrics sourced from North America, Europe, and Japan.