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SHIKHA - HANDBLOCK PRINT (VANASPATI AJRAKH) - MUL COTTON SAREE

SHIKHA - HANDBLOCK PRINT (VANASPATI AJRAKH) - MUL COTTON SAREE

Regular price Rs. 1,599.00
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Description: 

Discover the latest in eco-chic fashion with our hand-block printed mulcotton sarees, featuring new designs in vanaspati ajrakh to perfect your spring-summer saree styling. Handcrafted to keep you cool and comfortable for hours, this saree boasts floral patterns. Suitable to be styled for both formal and informal occasions. 

Details:

  • Work: Handblock Printed in Vanaspati Ajrakh  
  • Color:  Charcoal Brown
  • Length: 6.25 meters (with BP), Weight: 450-500 gms
  • Blouse: 0.8 meters - Running/Unstitched (last image) 
  • (Blouse showcased here is for styling purposes only)
  • Material: Mul Cotton  
  • Unit: 1 Saree 

Vanaspati Ajrakh Printing: The cloth is made in a sixteen-step process of washing, dyeing, printing, and drying, with one step being performed in one day and the fabric being put to rest for the day. The use of natural dyes (vanaspati means plant kingdom) in handblock printing helps to expand the fabric pores in summer, making the saree breathable and comfortable to wear!

Style Tip: You can style it with black polish/ or pearl jewelry for that statement ethnic look.

Care Instructions

  • HAND PAINTED - Dry clean and iron on low heat on the reverse.

  • SILKS - Dry clean and iron on medium heat.

  • HAND EMBROIDERED - Dry clean and iron on medium heat.

  • HANDBLOCK PRINTS - Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed out excess color in initial few washes. First time dry cleaning advisable. Incase washing at home, wash them gently (don’t twist/wring) & separately in cold water using mild detergents only. Drip dry them before hanging them out to dry in shade. Always iron on low heat, best on reverse side.

Disclaimer

  • Differences in shade might appear due to camera lights.
  • There might be slight discrepancies in the pattern and hand work which itself stands as a testimony of human involvement in the process and also the reason that makes each piece unique. 
  • Handloom fabrics tend to bleed out the excess color in initial washes. 
  • All products are dry cleaned, and sanitized, as a process before it is up for selling
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