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Jaipur Blue Skirt

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Expand your travel wardrobe with this easy-care cotton tunic-and-skirt set, made as part of a cottage industry in the Indian city of Jaipur. The colors are inspired by the blue tiled fountains at Rambagh Palace, former home of the maharaja of Jaipur, where blue pottery techniques were once a guarded secret. The lightweight and loose-fitting no-iron crinkle fabric makes this ideal for pack-and-go travel, and the pieces are easy to wear as separates, too.


Please note: The brightness of our Jaipur Blue Tunic and Skirt can vary a little from that pictured due to the moisture in the air when the fabric is dyed. During monsoon season—roughly June through September in Rajasthan—the colors can turn out a little softer than they do during the winter and spring. We hope that you will accept slight variations as part of the delicate balance of working with handcrafted items and small artisan studios.


Made in India of 100% cotton.

Machine wash.

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Pros

  • Easy Care
  • Figure Flattering
  • Nice Color
  • Nice Fabric
  • Washes Well
  • Wrinkle Resistant

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Casual Wear
    • Date Night/Night Out
    • Special Occasions
    • Wear To Work

    Comments about Jaipur Blue Skirt:

    I included this along with the tunic. She loved the gift. She also told me that she is always excited when a gift arrives for from National Geographic!

    • Fit:
    • Feels true to size
    • Waist:
    • Feels true to size
    • Length:
    • Feels true to length
    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

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