Ella Fashion

Niko Dress with Pockets - 8 & 10

Sale price Price $320.00 Regular price

Our Niko dress works beautifully at work, and on into your evening. This flowing summer piece is made from light cotton and has a loose shape. Designed to move as you enjoy life, this staple will be a well-treasured piece for years to come.

— 3/4 balloon sleeves fitted with an elastic at bottom which can be scrunched up into a short sleeve
— Pockets in the side seam of the skirt
— Loose fit in the body adjustable with a cotton drawstring in the waistline
— Wide V-Neck
— Two-tiered loose and flowing skirt

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Product Details
  • Made from a deadstock cotton poplin
  • Sewn ethically in Sydney
  • Model is 174cm tall and wears a size 8 (Chest 86cm, waist 70cm, hips 95cm). True to size.


Product Care
  • Cool machine wash (or hand/gentle for extra life) using mild eco-friendly soap.
  • Do not bleach, soak or tumble dry.
  • Hang dry in shade.
  • Cool iron if needed


About the Brand

One of our newest additions here at Slowclothes, Ella Fashion has a unique aesthetic and trendless vibe. Pamela - the founder of Ella - is deeply influenced by the grace and charisma inherent in stagecraft, after spending many years in the performing arts. She creates pieces for the everyday that emphasise the role of its wearer in bringing life to the garment.

With dual design citizenship of the old and new worlds, the designs reflect her weaving of Austrian heritage and Australian home. Made in Australia, they resonate with bare skin southern summers and the jacketing northern snow of Vienna, blending the natural fabrics that suit both climates in sculptural jackets and delicate dresses.

80% of Pamela's collections are made from natural deadstock fabrics (leftovers from bigger design houses) and tencel/cupro, a non-toxic, biodegradable version of viscose that is incredibly soft and drapey. All unsold garments are remade into new pieces, minimising waste.

Pamela makes many of the pieces herself, and the rest are made by a local NSW factory that does all the right things (of course!).