Handcrafted in bold sap green & gold-green hues the kurta is our favorite pick from the collection! Co-ordinated greens have been interestingly used in a patchwork detail on the side placket & sleeves creating an interesting contrast of colors. The kurta is adorned with hand-embroidered flowers on the placket, neckline & sleeves are highlighted with hand-embroidered stitches. South cotton sourced from Mumbai is used in the main body, 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. Amp the look with silver earrings & block heels.
Style tip: Perfect your formal look by pairing it up with coordinated pants and a chiffon dupatta. Finish it by adding some gold jhumkas or chandbalis. Elevate the look by pairing it up with a red silk dupatta in kantha or chanderi, juttis & jewelry. Drape a silk dupatta stylishly as a shawl, put on some metallic heels & you are ready for a pre-wedding party.
main fabric: 100% south cotton.
trim fabric: 100% south cotton.
kurta length: 45 inches
sleeve length: 13 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.