The “A” DRESS is one of those Things I Miss treasures that perfectly show all the dimensions of the Things I Miss essence and vision. It is simply passion. It is simply love. It is simply devotion. It is simply obsession. For organic sculptured stories. It calls you to creative action. And, of course, it offers you fluidity of usage. A magnitude of styles transcending seasons, moods and occasions. This is the attitude and the mood of our editions.

Play with the ways of wearing it, turn it around, wear it back to front or the other way around, make a knot or several knots, roll its left side up or roll its right side up, or roll up both sides if the dress offers you the option of folding the fabric into a mass. Or lift the dress up with buttons that are hidden inside the creation. Left side, right side, front or back. Use an underdress from fragile raw gauze. Put your arms through the top holes and create a unique narration of fragile fabric around your breasts and shoulders. Put your arms through the holes that are left. Or use the other underdress with only two armholes. Or don’t. Open your mind, embrace the creative process and enjoy every moment of it. Find a twine, wrap it around your waist, put it around your neck or pull it, and the mass of fabric will create an organic structure, a new form, a new story of your own Things I Miss “A” DRESS.  Or simply wear it with your favourite pair of organic jeans. And don’t forget one very important part of its existence: always dry and store it scrunched up to keep its wild structured form or create a new one, a unique narration.

 You can combine “A” DRESSES from different materials in a very unique and your own personal way. Layer them within each other and create a beautiful co-existence of different materials and colours, and layers and different lengths, and knots and structures, and other interesting results of your imagination.



There’s one very important part of Things I Miss creation’s existence:

always dry and store it scrunched up to keep its wild structured form.

Our creations are sculptured stories. After washing, shake all its parts thoroughly and provide every layer with ‘oxygen’, then leave it as a bundle on the drying rack. Turn the bundle around every few hours until it is dry. Always store creations rolled in a cocoon or bound as tightly as possible to keep their wild structured form. The initial sculptural form straightens out through wearing and begins to look different. When you feel it is time for it to return to its initial sculptural form, wash it, put it in a bundle and let it dry. How you treat your creation is very important. You are the master of your piece. You are the creator of its wild character. These creations will preserve their interesting structures and storytelling only with proper care. Wash on the hand-wash cycle (30 C) with an eco-friendly detergent. Do not dry-clean, do not tumble-dry and do not iron. Dry on a drying rack as crushed up as possible. Store rolled in a cocoon or bound as tightly as possible.



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