Galia Dress
Galia Dress
Galia Dress
Galia Dress

Galia Dress

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Product Details : 

The Galia dress is an easy fitting style with a focus on the design lines and construction of the light, open sleeve. The digitally printed fabric is drapey and features a multi-coloured illustration designed in house at ELK. The clever sleeve design covers the back of your arms and has a Japanese inspired fold construction. There is a neat waist seam too to give the dress shape and quality construction. 

  • Multi-coloured print
  • Elk Preferred Fabric
  • Sculptured sleeve that covers the back of your arms
  • Lightweight  

Care Instructions : 

Hand wash
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Cool iron on reverse
Dry clean preferred for optimal results
Cold hand wash using mild detergent
Do not rub, wring or spin dry
Line dry in shade

Viscose will naturally shrink when wet however using an iron on the reverse will return the garment to its original shape.

Material & Makers notes : 


100% Viscose

Viscose is a fibre made from cellulose extracted from plants. It is light, delicate and lovely to wear. Viscose and viscose blended fibres have unique properties and therefore have unique care requirements.

This dress is made with an ELK preferred fabric. It is lightweight and has a beautiful, shiny finish. The material drapes beautifully and feels cool in warm weather. 


This style was made in China through production agent Eastlink Sales. Eastlink was established in 2006 by Mrs Crystal Wu. Crystal has a great team based in Shanghai who work with us to manage our development and production. They also act as the go between with our makers where our garments are made.

The factory that our pieces are made in is called Suzhou Yiqun, who have been audited by Qualspec. Eastlink are one of our keenest producers in terms of producing more sustainable product. They are actively assisting us with communication between fibre producers and mills where we are finding new materials that will form our ranges in the future.