Beautiful pure cotton set with a blue Angarkha style top with handblock flower motifs in green and red, accentuated with a gold gotta neckline and shell tassels, paired with a girly white cotton sharara (flared pants).
A little note about this special piece - 'Angarkha', refers to a traditional upper garment worn by men in the Indian subcontinent which overlaps and is tied to the left or right shoulder. The angarkha was a court outfit that a person could wrap around himself, offering flexible ease with the knots and ties appropriate for wearing in the various principalities of ancient India.
A little something about this special print - 'Handblock' printing is a centuries old art form popular in India, China, and many other East Asian countries. In India, this ancient printing technique utilizes a hand-carved teak wood block that is dipped in dye and stamped by hand onto cotton or silk.
This is a handicraft product made by the local artisans of the beautiful “Pink City” Jaipur in India. Each piece is unique and lovingly created by hand.
This dress comes with a contrasting red Chunni (subject to availability) and is available in other colours like yellow, green and pink.