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Little Mother Dress in Abstract Leaves

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The Little Mother Dress is a truly effortless dress made for throwing on and taking you through a full day of running around town, then to dinner, then to meet friends for a nightcap! This dress features wide sleeves that hit slightly above the elbow, v-neck in front and back, back ties to ensure the dress from slipping off the shoulders, pleated front panels for added volume and, of course, pockets! 

50" from shoulder to bottom hem.

Our Abstract Leaves print is a olive green, autumnal print that perfectly paired with simple sandals or suede slouchy boots depending on the season. 

This Drinking Dress is:

Made with 100% Viscose

This fabric is Green Shirt certified by Canopy promising sustainable wood sourcing backed by efforts to conserve critical forests around the world.

Made in the USA 

Drinking Dresses have an oversized fit. If you are looking for a more traditional fit we suggest ordering a size down.

This dress offers ample fabric in the midsection. It is best to order this dress based off your bust size. Please check your measurements against the below size chart for the Little Mother Dress:

Bust 32 36 40 44 48



Feisty, smart and savvy, Little Mother had fiery red hair and outlived 3 husbands.  Born in the late 1800’s, she was a part of the “Gilded Age”. A southern charmer, Ruth aka Little Mother, was never wanting for suitors but, despite her popularity and the time, her main ambition was to graduate from college.  She proudly attended Agnes Scott College and the University of Georgia, graduating with her master’s in education at the same time her daughter, Kakee, received her undergraduate degree in 1926. 

Little Mother went on to teach for decades, was thrice married and loved a good party.  Fashion was important to her.  She cherished her diamonds, furs and party dresses and, until the day she died, had her hair cut, styled and colored every other week. 

A good southerner, she had a bourbon and soda daily, while wearing her costume of choice.