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Hiran – Blue kurta set

SKU: SEAMG20220686

10,950.00

Availability: 1 in stock

Size Chart

Womens Kurta

AavaranaaXSSMLXLXXL
Chest373941434550
Waist333537394147
Length484848484848
Armhole171717.5181922
Shoulder13.51414.51515.516
Flare505254566062
Slit20.520.520.5212222
Hip384244464855
Front Neck7.57.57.57.57.57.5
Back Neck222222
Tag:

Kurta: Blue kota kurta features pleats on waistline and hand embroidered Kutch work in navy blue and green. Kurta also features sleeveless, scoop- neckline and Keyhole at the closure.

Dupatta: Blue kota with kutch work and lace detailing in mustard.

Bottom: Blue cotton pants in straight fit.

Overall, it is a stylish and sophisticated garment that is perfect for both casual and formal occasions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Size

XS, S, M, L

Story

Kattam (கட்டம்) literally means checks. However, a simple checked idea can be manifested in myriad different ways. By arranging alternative colours in the warp and weft, a chess-board like design is born. T hese can be further varied in thickness. The minute checks are called podi kattams. When more than 2-3 colours are used to achieve the checks, the result is a palum pazhamum checks. The famed floors of highcourt in white and black inspire the papli checks. When zari lines create the checked pattern, they give rise to another variant. Zari checks can be used to encase motifs like mayil and chakram. When two allied shades are used in the weave, the result is a basket like design called pai madi . As you can see, imagine knows no bounds and there are thousands of ways to manifest checks. What we love is checks do not go out of style. At aavaranaa, we explore how these checks can be incorporated to create contemporary ideas while equally embracing a curated range of traditional silks. Our intervention with traditional motifs lies in colours while we also work on some fresh, modern ideas.

Care instructions

Kota Doria are natural fabrics and are some of the most comfortable fabrics for summer. At aavaranaa, we take care to source only handloom fabrics. Read how to take care of them.

# Cottons and cotton kotas are easy to maintain and can even be machine washed on gentle cycle. However, if your cotton has been enhanced with natural dye prints, embroidery or kalamkari, kindly avoid machine washing them. Washing them in machine with harsh chemicals may result in them fading quickly.

# Since a majority of our fabrics use natural dyes, we recommend testing if they bleed and washing them separately for the first few washes.If they bleed colour, we recommend soaking them in salt water and washing with gentle detergents or shampoo or dry cleaning them

# If your fabric has undergone a couple of drycleans, you can start washing them at home (not kalamkari).

# Avoid tumble dry and always line dry under shade to ensure a long life for your fabrics

Hiran – Blue kurta set

SKU: SEAMG20220686

10,950.00

Availability: 1 in stock

Size Chart

Womens Kurta

AavaranaaXSSMLXLXXL
Chest373941434550
Waist333537394147
Length484848484848
Armhole171717.5181922
Shoulder13.51414.51515.516
Flare505254566062
Slit20.520.520.5212222
Hip384244464855
Front Neck7.57.57.57.57.57.5
Back Neck222222
Tag:

Kurta: Blue kota kurta features pleats on waistline and hand embroidered Kutch work in navy blue and green. Kurta also features sleeveless, scoop- neckline and Keyhole at the closure.

Dupatta: Blue kota with kutch work and lace detailing in mustard.

Bottom: Blue cotton pants in straight fit.

Overall, it is a stylish and sophisticated garment that is perfect for both casual and formal occasions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Size

XS, S, M, L

Story

Kattam (கட்டம்) literally means checks. However, a simple checked idea can be manifested in myriad different ways. By arranging alternative colours in the warp and weft, a chess-board like design is born. T hese can be further varied in thickness. The minute checks are called podi kattams. When more than 2-3 colours are used to achieve the checks, the result is a palum pazhamum checks. The famed floors of highcourt in white and black inspire the papli checks. When zari lines create the checked pattern, they give rise to another variant. Zari checks can be used to encase motifs like mayil and chakram. When two allied shades are used in the weave, the result is a basket like design called pai madi . As you can see, imagine knows no bounds and there are thousands of ways to manifest checks. What we love is checks do not go out of style. At aavaranaa, we explore how these checks can be incorporated to create contemporary ideas while equally embracing a curated range of traditional silks. Our intervention with traditional motifs lies in colours while we also work on some fresh, modern ideas.

Care instructions

Kota Doria are natural fabrics and are some of the most comfortable fabrics for summer. At aavaranaa, we take care to source only handloom fabrics. Read how to take care of them.

# Cottons and cotton kotas are easy to maintain and can even be machine washed on gentle cycle. However, if your cotton has been enhanced with natural dye prints, embroidery or kalamkari, kindly avoid machine washing them. Washing them in machine with harsh chemicals may result in them fading quickly.

# Since a majority of our fabrics use natural dyes, we recommend testing if they bleed and washing them separately for the first few washes.If they bleed colour, we recommend soaking them in salt water and washing with gentle detergents or shampoo or dry cleaning them

# If your fabric has undergone a couple of drycleans, you can start washing them at home (not kalamkari).

# Avoid tumble dry and always line dry under shade to ensure a long life for your fabrics

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