An eclectic combination of pista green & indigo comes together in this half yoke a-line kurta. The spotlight of this sumptuous kurta is the delicate but bold mirror embroidery in contrast shade of Fuschia pink on the yoke. Handblock printed indigo with geometric details, is used on sleeves & half yoke which creates a striking contrast with south cotton used in the main body. The pockets are highlighted with pink hand stitches. South cotton sourced from Mumbai is used in the main body, hand block printed indigo from Bagru, Rajsthan, hand-stitched at our atelier in Mumbai by our karigars & hand-finished by our in-house women artisans. We exquisitely hand finish each garment with hand hemming & delicate details of hand embroidery.
Style tip: We love to style it up with pants of indigo bagru as used in the yoke, and a contrasting pink chiffon dupatta. For a fun office look, pair it up with a denim jacket, oxfords & silver hoops. You can also style it up for gatherings with a striking chanderi or any silk dupatta. Finish the look with silver earrings and some stack bracelets. Give your kurtas a modern twist and make it versatile!
main fabric: 100% south cotton
trim fabric: 100% cotton.hand block printed in bagru, rajasthan
kurta length: 45 inches
sleeve length: 18 inches
Actual colour may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources and device screen settings.
*pants are not sold with the kurta.
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|Measurement (in inches)
|Chest (@ 1" from Armpit )
|Waist (@ 15" from shoulder)
|Hips (@23" from shoulder)
|Armhole (all around)
* Our model is wearing size Small, with a height 5'7"ft
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all our clothes require love & care.
~ wash separately in cold water.
~ do not soak or scrub hard with brush.
~ use mild detergents like baby shampoo.
~ do not wash with bleach or chlorine.
~ dry in shade or diffused light.
~ natural reds, indigos & blacks may tend to rub or bleed. this is an inherent quality of natural dyes. dark colours may bleed onto light colours.
~ all our printed fabrics are hand dyed and/or hand printed in batches. mild variations may occur. this is not a defect.
~ handwoven and woven fabrics have an inherent nature of slubs. do not try and remove them.