Block printing is a time-honored Indian textile tradition. Artisans use carved wooden blocks to stamp dye along lengths of fabric that are laid out to dry in the sun. Several intricate patterns combine in this lightweight, lightly quilted jacket that reverses to black with white dots. Features patch pockets on both sides.
Made in India. Rayon/silk/cotton blend. Women’s sizes S (4-6) M (8-10) L (12-14) XL (16-18).
Comments about Black-and-white Reversible Indian Jacket:
I am extremely happy with this jacket! I received a complement the first day I wore it. It's unique, but stylish look is quite attractive. The reversible quality not only gives more options, but enhances the look as you can still see the other pattern as the inside lining. The pockets are on both sides and are very handy for having a place to put something. Extremely pleased!
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