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Kori Embroidered Handmade Greek Designers Boho White/Blue Dress



A lovely mini flax dress in white and blue with embroidery linen all handmade in Greece

100% cotton

Luxury Greek Resort Designers

Made in Greece / Handmade / Hand Embroidered

Greek Designers / Exclusive Prints and Designs By Milla Kori

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SKU: S22K-230321 white/ navy blue Categories: , Tags: , , , ,
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Lifestyle brand that highlights resortwear and its style signifies
the sun, the light, the sea and the islands.
Made in Greece.

With respect to modern women and their needs, women’s greek clothing company Milla has been creating since 2012 clothes that are distinguished for their quality offering style and comfort. Milla’s aim is to satisfy every woman who wants to combine simplicity and elegance. Modern design and simple lines are Milla’s hallmark creating clothes for all occasions and hours.

Women of all ages have embraced our creations and we have been imprinted in the minds of our customers as an affordable luxury. Furthermore, Milla’s comparative advantage is that within a short time has managed to stand out in the fashion industry in Greece and now has a large network of selected retail stores both in Greece and abroad.



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Premium Resortwear Greek Archaic Kori

Greek Archaic Kori is a premium resortwear brand that mostly includes easy to wear kaftans, dresses and tunics. Summer clothes Kori are ideal for holidays in the Greek islands as their style refer to the sun, the light, the sea and the chilly breeze, all symbols of the Greek summer. Each Kori collection stands for the comfort and elegance of the urban environment. Kori kaftans and dresses address to women of all ages who appreciate simple lines. With respect to modern woman and her needs, these unique pieces are great to wear from morning until late at night. The name of this Greek brand is inspired by the ancient statues Kori that used to represent young female figures from the archaic period (600-480 BC).

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