Made from lightweight dark denim, the Amber Dress is comfy and stylish all at once.
Crafted from 100% organic cotton with a classic shirt dress design and curved hem detail. This dress is a no-brainer and will elevate any spring-summer look!
Fits: True-to-size. We recommend selecting the size you would usually wear in dresses.
Denim Feel: Super Soft Mid-Weight Non-stretch Denim
Model Wears: Size Small
XS - 89.8cm
S - 91cm
M - 92.2cm
L - 93.4cm
XL - 94.6cm
Composition : 100% Organic Cotton.
Sustainability: Wear with pride knowing your garment was made better for people, the planet, and you. Made with organic cotton, zero harmful chemicals, 100% vegan materials, and state-of-the-art water and energy-reducing technology.
Shipping + Returns
Orders are dispatched within 1-3 working days.
We are committed to keeping our delivery costs fair, low and fully transparent.
Free Std Shipping on Orders Over $150*
In order to keep your costs down and our pricing simple, delivery is FREE for ALL NASH + BANKS customers within Australia if you spend $150 or more on full-priced items in one transaction*.
This does not include BULKY ITEMS. You'll either be charged shipping on bulky items at the checkout or we will contact you separately with a freight quote. Please see individual product pages to see if an item is considered BULKY.
*Free shipping does not apply to international orders.
Please refer to our shipping policy for more detail and international shipping rates.
For information about returns, please check our returns policy.
About The Brand
Outland Denim was founded on high ground - both ethically and geographically. Born on an Australian mountaintop and made with the makers in mind, their founder James Bartle conceived of a plan to give jobs to young women who desperately needed them circa 2011.
Outland Denim started as an avenue for victims of sexual exploitation to engage in safe, dignified employment as they rebuilt their lives, and have since widened their doors to accept employees from varying backgrounds of vulnerability and exploitation.
They support their staff using the four pillars of training, opportunity, living wages, and education. Through this approach, they have proven a sustainable career path is the key to lasting social change, both in the lives of their staff and their families and communities.