Pink Shibori  Cotton Kaftan With Tassels And Beads Detailing - Pramank
Pink Shibori  Cotton Kaftan With Tassels And Beads Detailing - Pramank
Pink Shibori  Cotton Kaftan With Tassels And Beads Detailing - Pramank
Pink Shibori  Cotton Kaftan With Tassels And Beads Detailing - Pramank
Pink Shibori  Cotton Kaftan With Tassels And Beads Detailing - Pramank

Pink Shibori Cotton Kaftan With Tassels And Beads Detailing

TAN21SCK103XS

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Description
Look ultra casual or super fancy in our vibrant kaftans this season be it pickning outdoors or staying in. Our kaftan collection is airy, comfortable and unrestrictive, while still looking pulled together and chic. Though Kaftan is a no-brainer at the beach, we think you can definitely wear it in the city or to work with the right accessories.

Color : Pink
Material : Cotton
Care : Mild Wash

About Craft

The art of Shibori printing dates back to 8thcentury in Japan and is believed to have originated under 45th?ÿemperor of Japan, Emperor Shomu. The process of Shibori dying involves folding, twisting, bunching the cloth and binding it together. Parts that are hidden by the fold bind together and resist the dye, creating patterns with the dye colour and intentional white spots. This is actually where Shibori gets its name from ƒ?? the word?ÿShiboru?ÿin Japanese means to wring, squeeze, or press.
It is interesting to note that, the technique was a pretty well-kept secret until the Edo period (dating 1603 to 1868). During the time, fashion was an indicator of wealth, and silk was worn by the wealthiest residents of all. This meant that lower class citizens were not allowed to wear silk. Because of this, they became creative and brought back Shibori dying in order to make more presentable and nicer-looking clothing to wear. Over the period of time various forms of Shibori prints have emerged some of which are ƒ?? Kanoko, Miura, Nui, Kumo, Arashi, Itajime.
The Japanese style of Shibori was introduced to India, supposedly by Nobel Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore, in the early 20th century and is now practiced in craft clusters in Delhi, Gujarat and Rajasthan.
India is a country of diversities, it is amazing to see how an art that originated thousands of miles away is part of our culture and continues to empowers millions of artisans today!!!?ÿ

Handcrafted by Artisans of India

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2. All tags attached
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Testimonials

Thank you so much for expediting the shipping for me. And mostly for taking the time to update me regularly. Most of the brands really don't go that extra mile !!
I am so glad I found your website !!

Priyanka, Meerut U.P

The Product I received is so beautiful. The product was exactly how it looked in the pictures and I must say the service was top notch !!!
Also Kudos to the team for supporting local artisans, Keep up the good work !!!

Kusum, Hyderabad

I had to return the product that I ordered as it didn't match my outfit. The response from the team was quick and the entire refund process was seamless. Thanks team !!

Navi, Bangalore

I ordered Suit Set from Pramank and I really liked the quality and design. The service was exceptional and I will definitely order again.

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