Dupion silk top in Angarkha style styled with pom-pom lace is paired with an eclectic Aztec print Rayon Dhoti (flared pants) for that light summery yet festive vibe.
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 note about this fabric -
Dupion is a plain weave crisp type of silk fabric, produced by using fine thread in the warp and uneven thread reeled from two or more entangled cocoons in the weft. This creates tightly-woven yardage with a highly-lustrous surface.
Rayon is a manufactured fiber made from natural sources such as wood and agricultural products that are regenerated as cellulose fiber. The many types and grades of rayon can imitate the feel and texture of natural fibers such as silk, wool, cotton, and linen.