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Kakee Kaftan in Spring Meadow

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The Kakee dress is our true Kaftan. This silhouette offers full coverage while still free flowing and fun. This silhouette features a flattering v-neck and elbow length sleeves. 48.5" from shoulder to bottom hem. And of course, pockets included! 

This Drinking Dress is:

  • Made with 100% Soft Rayon
  • Made in the USA by an individual dress maker
  • One size - fits up to 2X



The Kakee Dress was inspired by our true southern belle, Katherine. So let's start at the very beginning! Before there was Grandma June, there was her mother Kakee. Kakee (nickname for Katherine) was a southern girl through and through. Growing up on a beautiful property in Georgia, Kakee was a true entertainer. Her husband was a big-wig for Kodak so she spent countless weekends entertaining clients and putting on festive soirees. But she was far from a housewife. Kakee was affiliated with a lot of top dogs in the Kodak business and as a college educated women she was always able to hold her own. She accompanied her husband on his business travels all over the world and continued to travel on her own in her older age.

Kakee was often spotted smoking her extra long chesterfields while driving her Lincoln Continental around town. She really let loose when she was widowed in the 60s and moved herself to the Virgin Island with her mother (loving referred to as "Little Mother"). And, let's be real, the Virgin Islands? In the 60s? Everyone was having a good old time. Kakee traveled to St. Croix every April to celebrate her daughter June's birthday. Of course, they always found a way to let the good times roll!