Embroidered long kurti with dupatta and divided skirt set. Embroidered front with flowy floral design. Asymmetrical kurti bottom. Round neck with small V-cut design. Full sleeves with broad cuffs. Ivory chunni with golden all round tape. Divided skirt with band front elastic back and front pleats for proper fit with gold taped bottom. Perfect for day, work and casual wear.
Kurti Fabric: Rayon
Skirt Fabric: Poly Georgette.
Dupatta Fabric: Poly Georgette.
* Wash care instructions- Hand wash and normal dry/ Iron on reverse side.
* Available in multiple sizes with no extra cost.
*Multiple sizes available at no additional cost.
*Refer to our size chart to select the right size.
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The present day tunic is an amalgamation of history of fashion across civilisations culminating into a beautiful ethnic and traditional wear called tunic or Kurti. Blending the needs of modern modest customers. Referring to this fashion transformation as “fusion wear”. Make it appear traditional or glam it up with pants or skirts it still holds in place it’s modest appeal. Tunics are viewed as fashionable while matching the sensibilities of modest fashion.
Each creation has a story beautifully mastered, rendered and a true gift of Art. Every style has a history closely associated with modest fashion through generations of changes and the paradox of keeping alive the modern modest. Tunics and Kurtis have been adopted globally and in all cultures as a suitable way of dressing and preserving the modesty of belief system through modest fashion transformation.
No two handmade items can ever be the same and there will always be an inherent variations. No duplicity gives the consumers the edge of proudly owning a hand made item as their very own and specially made for them. This strengthens the bond for hand made goods. Also these articles come from an area of joy and healthy work environment of no stress of mass production or time detail, being made immaculately.
The pride of the creator and the owner are entwined to make handmade much more valuable and irreplaceable. With every purchase the chain reaction of the creative community will spread far and wide mutually benefiting the buyers and the suppliers by bridging the gap with love, passion, commitment and support for rare art forms.
When buying a hand crafted item we are supporting the local economy, the local community and a real person. Each sale makes a huge difference in their lives. We are supporting a worthy cause. They are sustainable and environment friendly. Their uniqueness guarantees that no replicas can ever be made so each buyer has their own.
Keeping the crafts and rare art forms alive to live through generations and providing livelihood is also a conscious choice.
Each creation has a story beautifully mastered, rendered and a true gift of Art.
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