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Set- Shirt Shorts

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Description : A versatile ensemble—a half-and-half kaftan top paired with timeless red khesh shorts. The kaftan top features a playful blend of half khesh and half black jamdani, adorned with... Read More

Description :

A versatile ensemble—a half-and-half kaftan top paired with timeless red khesh shorts. The kaftan top features a playful blend of half khesh and half black jamdani, adorned with striking red pintucks for added flair. Wear it as a loose fit top or opt for a button-down style—the choice is yours. Versatility meets comfort in this effortlessly chic piece. Accompanying these, the classic red khesh shorts complete the ensemble, promising a stylish and timeless look for any occasion.

Styling tip :

Worn as a set or unbuttoned as a jacket for layering any of your looks with a dress, skirt , denim etc.

Fabric Write up :

Jamdani is a traditional weave of West Bengal. It is a time-consuming and labour-intensive form of weaving because of the richness of its motifs, which are created directly on the loom using the discontinuous weft technique. The jamdani which we have used has our signature Bindi motif woven on it which makes it even more exclusive. Khesh weaving is a tradition which has been practised for couple of years now. The weaving technique essentially onvolves tearing old sarees into thin strips-the warp has the new thread and the weft uses the thin strip of saree. The weavers collect cotton sarees and it is the women who patiently tear the sari into multiple long strips. It is upto weaver to match the warp with the weft and crate design. This technique of weaving with shreds of old sarees, called khesh started at shilpa sadan in early 1920's. Both the finished fabrics are highly breathable and make a wonderful choice.

Size
Color
Red and Black

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Key Features : Handloom Cotton; Conscious Fashion; Hand woven Show More >

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1. Dry Clean for the first 2-3 washes.
2. Only hand wash,when washing at home.
3.Wash in cold water. 4. Do not dry in direct sunlight.
5.Wear it with a lot of love,
Please note the beauty of handwoven naturally dyed weaves is in the irregularity.
So, some gentle care is always good .

Styling tip :

Worn as a set or unbuttoned as a jacket for layering any of your looks with a dress, skirt , denim etc.

Fabric Write up :

Jamdani is a traditional weave of West Bengal. It is a time-consuming and labour-intensive form of weaving because of the richness of its motifs, which are created directly on the loom using the discontinuous weft technique. The jamdani which we have used has our signature Bindi motif woven on it which makes it even more exclusive. Khesh weaving is a tradition which has been practised for couple of years now. The weaving technique essentially onvolves tearing old sarees into thin strips-the warp has the new thread and the weft uses the thin strip of saree. The weavers collect cotton sarees and it is the women who patiently tear the sari into multiple long strips. It is upto weaver to match the warp with the weft and crate design. This technique of weaving with shreds of old sarees, called khesh started at shilpa sadan in early 1920's. Both the finished fabrics are highly breathable and make a wonderful choice.

 Specifications :          

Fabric

Cotton

Color

Red and Black

Sleeve Type

LOOSE

Sleeve Length

Full

Craft

Khesh, Jamdani

Embroidery

NA

EMB Placement

NA

Front Neck

Round

Back Neck

Closed Round

Top Length

Hip

Bottom Length

Mid Thigh

Silhouette

Anti Fit

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