Bandhani is a tie-dyeing technique practiced mainly in western India. Intricate patterns are created by wrapping the fabric with string before dyeing it. When the fabric is untied, natural patterns appear in the places where the string prevented the dye from taking hold. Bandhani cloth is often used for women’s shawls, but here the technique is adapted for a silky pair of travel-ready garments. Made of a black knit viscose rayon, these pieces drape beautifully and expand your travel wardrobe by working as separates or as a set. Relaxed-fit, capri-length pants have an elastic waist. Made in Jaipur, India.
100% viscose. Made in Jaipur, India. Women’s sizes S (4-6), M (8-10), L (12-14), XL (16-18), XXL (20).
this is a beautiful set and fits me well as a small.The only negative is that the pants are neither capri nor full length.They just look "high water" so I wear the waist down low on my hips under the blouse which solves the problem.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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