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Dolores Haze

It's All Good Bralette



Gorgeous in gold, this limited edition piece is made from vintage Chinese brocade that incorporates floral designs, good-luck coins, and a Mandarin phrase reading “It’s All Good” in the pastel patterns. The silken silhouette is complemented by silver hardware details: silver eyelets at the front and back of the bodice, silver sliders on the adjustable straps, and an exposed silver zipper with o-ring pull at the center back. Pairs perfectly with cut-offs or high-waisted bottom.

The exceptional fabric that comprises this style was locally sourced in NYC from South East Asian immigrant small business owners. Using deadstock vintage fabrics allows Dolores Haze to craft limited edition pieces with a reduced impact on the planet.

  • Every Dolores Haze collection incorporates some limited-edition items made from deadstock or vintage fabrics
  • Dolores Haze is locally made in NYC at a small factory where workers receive health care benefits
  • In the interest of both quality and fair labor, the factory where Dolores Haze is produced compensates garment workers on an hourly basis, rather than per item sewn
  • This Dolores Haze collection was digitally printed, which reduces water, electricity and chemical use, as well as fabric waste
  • Silk/Poly Brocade, Vintage / Limited Run
  • Fully Lined in Habutai
  • Exposed Zipper with O-Ring Pull
  • Silver Eyelet at front and back strap
  • Silver Sliders to adjust strap length
  • Model is size 0/2 (Bust 32") wears an XS
  • S fits 4-6, M 8-10, L 10-14


Dolores Haze

Dolores Haze

Designer Samantha Giordano is exploring “the complexity of femininity” through her sustainable fashion brand, Dolores Haze. The line is named after the titular character in Nabokov’s “Lolita,” and the made-in-NYC designs are fittingly coquettish: think pleated dresses and silky separates, all heavily influenced by schoolgirl uniforms, the styles of the ‘60s, and hints of grunge.

Dolores Haze