Design Your Own Eartha Caftan in Red - SAMPLE
Design Your Own Eartha Caftan in Red - SAMPLE
Design Your Own Eartha Caftan in Red - SAMPLE
Design Your Own Eartha Caftan in Red - SAMPLE
Design Your Own Eartha Caftan in Red - SAMPLE
Leslie Courreges

Design Your Own Eartha Caftan in Red - SAMPLE

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Hand-crafted in New Orleans, the Leslie Courreges Eartha Caftan marries the simplicity and sophistication of '60s silhouettes. This effortless dress combines an open and easy trapeze shape with a fitted collar for a look that moves easily from the beach, to a cocktail bar, and lounging at home. It can even be worn backward for an open neck look. The wide sash belt allows the dress to be worn in Watteau style. 

This one-of-a-kind Eartha Caftan sample is made from stretch cotton.

Dress is a cotton blend with serged seams. The hem and arms are faced with cotton blend bias tape. This dress has pockets!

You can choose between two variations of the Eartha Caftan: the Eartha Caftan or the Eartha 2 Caftan.

Please select the size you'd like to purchase below. Upon purchase, the LC team will reach out to confirm if you'd like the original Eartha design or the Eartha 2.

Eartha Caftan - Our classic, best selling caftan design, with a halter neckline. 

Eartha 2 Caftan - Our newest version of the Eartha! The design has been reworked to have a broader shoulder so that bras with over-the-shoulder straps can be worn.

Care: Fabrics have been prewashed to prevent any shrinkage! Wash cold on delicate; we recommend air drying.

This item is In Stock. The fabric is in stock, but we are making it to order. It will ship in 4 to 6 weeks. If you need to rush order it, please reach out to us!

This effortless caftan is named for entertainer, political activist, and author, Eartha Kitt, whose career spanned six decades. Known for her distinctive singing and comedy style, she was once called "the most exciting woman in the world" by legendary filmmaker Orson Welles. After being blacklisted by the CIA for her anti-Vietnam sentiments, she rebuilt her career, earning two Tony nominations and writing three autobiographies.

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