Artisans in India use a centuries-old technique to hand block print the teal blue butis on the cotton fabric for this tunic. Stunning earth red floral patterns with leheriya stripes makes for colorful pants and a matching chiffon print dupatta. The ensemble shown here is a knee length tunic with thin straps dipping to a V at the back, straight pants with back elastic and side zip closure and a long stole.
Hand block printing on cotton, a craft handed down through generations, use wooden blocks to create sensational prints in rich and vibrant colors. After pigment printing, the fabrics are dried out in the sun as part of the fixing process. In the desert regions of Jaipur, artisans craft each one of our block-printed sets by hand, truly one-of-a-kind ensembles
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