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Price is only for the shirt. Lowers to be sold separately *Limited Edition Collection
Price include Shirt only. Lowers to be sold separately. *Limited Edition Collection
Price includes Shirt. Dupatta & Lowers to be sold separately.
*Limted Edition Collection
Price includes Shirt and Dupatta. Lowers to be sold separately. *Limited Edition Collection
Hot pink muslin Peshwaz with bodice worked in sequins and showered with tiny sequins flowers worn with a complementing dupatta. Sleeves are available. Printed parrot green gota worked izzar pants are available separately.
Ivory pure muslin Peshwaz and dupatta heavily bedecked with fine block print in green, red and gold, finished with gota work. Red crushed culottes are priced separately.
Dhaani green muslin Peshwaz and dupatta heavily sprinkled with kaamdani on bodice and adorned with gota work. Red chheent gota adorned Dhaka pajama is available separately.
Crisp Ivory cotton 64 kali kurta and dupatta decorated with silver and blue intricate block print, with silver zari embroidery on the neck, finished with silver gota. Available with sleeves. Deep blue crushed Dhaka pajama with silver gota border is priced separatel
Rain green multi paneled cotton kurta with glittering kaamdani work worn with a crushed dupatta sprinkled with kaamdani. Deep blue gota worked izaar is sold separately.
Crushed cotton ivory multi kali kurta, with stylised gold block printing, zari embroidery and gota work, elegantly flares out when worn over a g and handota-crafted izaar. Crushed complementing dupatta with gold block print adds further flow to the outfit.
A front open crushed flared kurta, sprayed with tiny gold sequins juhi flowers, heavily worked in gold sequins down the front, gets a regal air when worn with gold block printed and gota edged Dhaka pajama. Intricate sequined juhi flowers shower on the crushed dupatta drapes the outfit.
The grandeur of this crushed Peshwaz with ganag-jumni (gold and silver) block print, adorned zari embroidery and gota craft, becomes unmatchable when draped with complementing dupatta and worn over a similar Dhaka pajama.