Our embroidered tunic brings a burst of colorful flowers to your spring wardrobe. Artisans in a family-run Delhi workshop use nine shades of hand-dyed cotton thread to embroider flowers along the collar and sleeves of a traditional, split-V-neck cotton tunic. Yellow whipstitching along the cuffs and hem adds a finishing touch. Made in India.
The word “bandana” and its distinctive paisley patterns come from the Rajasthani tie-dye technique of bandhani. Thousands of tiny knots are tied in complex patterns across a piece of fabric. When the fabric is dyed, the knotted areas remain light, and dotted patterns emerge as the knots are untied. This bright pink crinkle-cotton skirt is decorated with bandhani patterns and makes a perfect travel garment since its wrinkles are part of the style. Hand-dyed in Jaipur, India.
Both items: Women’s sizes S (4-6), M (8-10), L (12-14), XL (16-18).