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Mi Golondrina's Cristina Lynch fell in love with Oaxacan embroidery on a trip to Mexico. She has built her clothing and bedding business around the artisan tradition.
The cotton Arroyo de Flores short nightgown ($130) is made to order. Because of its knee-length profile, Lynch says it can also be worn as a swimsuit cover-up.
The lightweight cotton Mujer Dormida nightgown ($150) has a flattering silhouette and features gold ribbon detail on the neckline and down the center.
With a mom and aunt (Cristina Barboglio Lynch and Jan Barboglio) in the design biz, Cristina Lynch is primed to follow in their successful footsteps.
The lushly appointed embroidered shams and blankets from Dallas designer Cristina Lynch are all inspired by crafts from Oaxaca, Mexico--and remind us of breezy summer nights (wishful thinking, right?).
Lynch?s newest line of bedding and nightgowns features darling, nature-inspired motifs and uses embroidery techniques that are more than a hundred years old. We?re particularly taken with the Mujer Dormida ($150), which features a flattering silhouette and gold ribbon detail.
See the slideshow for highlights, and, of course, sleep tight.
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