VIVEKA LINEN MINI SMOCK DRESS | MOON
Trim | Cotton Cluny Lace
Lining | Viscose Voile
- Crafted from European Flax® Linen
- Relaxed trapeze mini dress
- Striking and delicate pin-tuck details at the waist, sleeve hem and hemline
- Spaghetti ties at the back shoulder to hold the shoulder in place
- Spaghetti ties at the back waist allow the wearer a more fitted look
- Low open-back design with ruffle edge
- Voluminous sleeves with elasticised cuff
- Cotton Cluny lace inserts through the front, back, sleeves and hemline
- Fully lined
- Also available in Perennial White
- The neckline and armhole fit true to size, all other points of the Viveka Mini Smock Dress is designed to be oversized, if you are in-between sizes, Joslin recommends purchasing the smaller size.
Our model wears a Joslin size AU 8 and has a height of 179cm. The Viveka Mini Smock measures approximately 85cm from top edge to hemline (based on a Size AU 8). Our lengths differ between sizes by approximately 1cm. Click here for further information on sizing and lengths.SIZE 4 fits AU 4 - 6SIZE 6 fits AU 6 - 8SIZE 8 fits AU 8 - 10SIZE 10 fits AU 10 - 12SIZE 12 fits AU 12 - 14SIZE 14 fits AU 14 - 16SIZE 16 fits AU 16 - 18SIZE 18 fits AU 18-20
This garment was crafted using Considered Processes.
The European Flax® Charter, signed by all the Flax producers, guarantees local farming that respects the environment and commits to zero irrigation, zero GMO, and zero waste. All work is done in compliance with the International Labour Organisation (ILO). To read more, discover our Textiles & Traceability page. For a full listing of our certifications, discover our Responsibility & Transparency page.
Shopping internationally or used to another method of sizing? Use the below sizing chart to determine your size in Joslin. If you need further support or assistance, please contact us here.
Joslin uses Australian (AU) Sizing.
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Please determine your size using the below chart. This size chart is based on your body circumference, without clothing. The below measurements are in centimetres (cm). All our designs are created using metric standards (centimetres).
We recommend to purchase within 2 cm of the below measurements to determine your size. If this recommendation is not consistent in single column, use your waist measurement to determine your ideal size.
We understand the confusion of sizing between brands and/or countries and regions. If you require further support or assistance, please contact us here.
We currently produce AU 4 - 18.
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Design & Styling.
Sizing varies based upon the silhouette, fabrication and styling of each garment. Please always keep in mind the individual style of each design, how it is designed to be worn, including information provided in the product descriptions. Every Joslin garment is handmade (and our knitwear partially handmade) and slight measurement differences are inherent to the manufacturing process.
Please keep in mind that the neckline and arm-hole of all our oversized garments are still true to size. It is of course at your own discretion if you wish to go down a size, but we recommend to purchase true to size to achieve the desired look and styling of the design. If you are in between sizes, select the smaller size.
SIZE 4 fits AU 4 - 6
SIZE 6 fits AU 6 - 8
SIZE 8 fits AU 8 - 10
SIZE 10 fits AU 10 - 12
SIZE 12 fits AU 12 - 14
SIZE 14 fits AU 14 - 16
SIZE 16 fits AU 16 - 18
SIZE 18 fits AU 18 - 20
All of our knitwear is designed as a relaxed fit, so it is comfortable and easy to layer if desired.
If you are in between sizes, select the smaller size.
SIZE XS fits AU 6 - 8
SIZE S fits AU 8 - 10
SIZE M fits AU 10 - 12
SIZE L fits AU 12 - 14
SIZE XL fits AU 14 - 16
How to measure yourself correctly.
When measuring yourself it is important to stand up straight, comfortably, and to not 'suck in'. Remember to keep your tape-measure level with the floor.
You need to find the ball of your shoulder, which is just before the curve of your shoulder. Using your tape-measure, place the start of your tape-measure at the ball of one of your shoulders and pull it across your upper back (below your neck) and place in the same place on your other shoulder. Make sure this is taught and level with the floor.
This point of measure is approximately 27.5 cm from your high shoulder point, or simply the fullest part of your chest. To measure your bust circumference, pull the tape-measure around your body, holding flat against your back, and pull taught around yourself until it meets in the front at your true bust point.
This point of measure is where the bottom edge of your bra band sits, under your breast. To measure your under-bust circumference, pull the tape-measure around your body, holding flat against your back, and pull taught around yourself until it meets in the front at your true under-bust point.
This point of measure is approximately 42 cm from your high shoulder point, or simply the narrowest part of your figure. To measure your waist circumference, pull the tape-measure around your body, holding against your back, and pull taught around yourself until it meets in the front at your true waist point.
This point of measure is approximately 52 cm from your high shoulder/side neck point, straight down, or, approximately 10 cm below your waist point. To measure your high-hip circumference, pull the tape-measure around your body, holding against your back, and pull taught around yourself until it meets in the front at your true high-hip point.
This point of measure is approximately 62 cm from your high shoulder/side neck point, straight down, or, approximately 20 cm below your waist point. To measure your high-hip circumference, pull the tape-measure around your body, holding against your back, and pull taught around yourself until it meets in the front at your true low-hip point.
This point of measure is approximately 2.5 cm below your inner-crotch point.To measure your thigh circumference, pull the measuring tape around your thigh, holding flat against your leg, then pull taught against your thigh until it meets in the centre of your top leg at your true thigh point.
This point of measure is approximately 2.5 cm below your inner arm-pit point. To measure your bicep circumference, pull the measuring tape around your upper arm, holding flat against your arm, then pull taught against your bicep until it meets in the centre of your true bicep point.