Miranda Navy Jersey Dress

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Miranda Navy Jersey Dress - Womenswear - Madderson London Thumb
Miranda Navy Jersey Dress - Womenswear - Madderson London Thumb

Miranda Navy Jersey Dress

£160.00 £229.17 Loading price

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Miranda is a best-selling style for us. Clients love her neat silhouette with nipped-in waist and A-line skirt, her button-through placket and most off all the grosgrain ribbon details. We use polyester grosgrain, which has a more matte surface than its rayon sister and which makes me strangely happy. The navy, red and white make for a nautical springtime combination. This is the perfect desk-to-dinner dress and works for a myriad of professional and social occasions. Plus: she's reeeeeally comfortable.


  • ¾-length sleeves
  • 93cm from high point of shoulder seam; sits above the knee (our model is 5’9”)
  • 65% viscose, 30% polyamide, 5% elastane (ex trims)
  • Dry clean only.

office friendly

designed to travel and pack well

desk to dinner

trim sourced from luxury mill


We’re proud of the fact that Miranda is lovingly made in London. Greek-born Tom runs a small factory with his dad in East London. Their head machinist has worked with them for 30 years! They operate in a cool little clothing community in Haringey which is committed to recycling all waste from its manufacturing processes. Our grosgrain ribbon has been pleated specially for us by Shindo in Japan, one of the finest ribbon-makers in the world. Our ponte jersey comes from Mario Bellucci, a world-class Italian mill committed to the highest environmental standards. This jersey fabric has been certified as producing no toxic chemicals during the dyeing process.

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