Demetra Golden Powder on White

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Demetra Golden Powder on White

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An XL sized well-crafted pareo, designed to be your all day clothing. A sarong that can be wrapped around your body in multiple ways and become the perfect summer wardrobe essential.

• Screen Print Design Golden Powder on White Cotton or Viscose
• Size: 175x115cm / 68.9" x 45.3"
• 100% Cotton or 95% Viscose – 5% Lycra
• Hand wash cold - Iron on reverse side

Model Measurements
• Height: 1,78 cm / 5’10.1’’
• Bust: 90 cm / 2’11.4’’
• Waist: 75 cm / 2’5.5’’
• Hips: 93 cm / 3’0.6’’

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PRODUCT PACKAGING

Each Pareaki Pareo comes along with a jute cordon in round brass endings serving as a belt, a useful guide with indicative ways of wrapping it, and a tag with a brief on its unique reference to the Greek culture.


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THE STORY

Demeter is the goddess of the harvest and presides over grains and the fertility of the earth. Although she was most often referred to as the goddess of the harvest, she was also goddess of sacred law and the cycle of life and death.

She was the daughter of Cronus and Rhea. It was believed that Demeter made the crops grow each year; thus the first loaf of bread made from the annual harvest was offered to her. She was the goddess of the earth, of agriculture, and of fertility in general. Sacred to her are livestock and agricultural products, poppy, narcissus and the crane.

Her virgin daughter Persephone was abducted by the god of the underworld, Hades, and Demeter endlessly searched for her, overwhelmed by loss and grief. Demeter and Persephone were also the central figures to the Eleusinian Mysteries – a series of secret religious rites held every five years.