Ada Hand Embroidered Mustard Printed Cotton Chikan Kurti-A100060
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Mustard Printed Cotton Chikan Kurti-A100060
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Mustard Printed Cotton Chikan Kurti-A100060
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Mustard Printed Cotton Chikan Kurti-A100060
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Mustard Printed Cotton Chikan Kurti-A100060
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Mustard Printed Cotton Chikan Kurti-A100060

Ada Hand Embroidered Mustard Printed Cotton Chikan Kurti-A100060

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Fabric: Mustard Printed Cotton

Length: 46inches

Neck: U shape

Sleeves: Full

Slit Detail: Side slit

Color: Mustard

Embroidery: Ulti Bakhiya, Phanda and Murri

Thread: Mustard Cotton

Touch and Feel: Soft and Comfortable

Silhouette: Mustard printed cotton kurti offers a comfortable and relaxed silhouette to the wearer, the fabric and embroidery is skin friendly.    

Disclaimer: This product is hand embroidered and may have slight dissimilarities that are a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process. These minor variations of Stitches/Motifs add to its charm and ensure you have a unique product.

Product description

Are you looking for clothing that is comfortable to wear and look exclusive at the same time? Well, Lucknowi Chikankari Mustard printed cotton Kurti is here to address all your requirements. This Kurti is embroidered with Phanda, Ulti Bakhiya and Murri by means of a Mustard cotton thread. A decent amount of Chikan kadhai to carve motifs like leaf and paisley is done on this Kurti to make sure that it has a light and sober looks. This Kurti is an impeccable add-on to your wardrobe. It is not only comfortable and light-weighted to wear but you can wear it on several different occasions. Be it your office, or a lovely day while hanging out with friends, it will let you boost your style statement.

Trivia: Chikankari is an Art of Imagination, It is a handicraft process where the wooden blocks are hand chiselled in various design patterns, and the natural stew for printing is prepared, and printed on the cloth. The chikankari artisans then use ten ary of the nee...

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