Shibori on Chanderi
Shibori on Chanderi
Shibori on Chanderi

Shibori on Chanderi

2,175.00

We’ve concocted the ultimate style cocktail with this dupatta, by bringing together the ever-fashionable Shibori with classic Kalamkari work. The dupatta’s striking blue and white is hard to miss and will singlehandedly raise the style quotient of your outfit.

 

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We’ve concocted the ultimate style cocktail with this dupatta, by bringing together the ever-fashionable Shibori with classic Kalamkari work. The dupatta’s striking blue and white is hard to miss and will singlehandedly raise the style quotient of your outfit.

All our block prints are made with natural colours and use Azo-free dyes.

The Indian style ethos is a rich and complex one – from myriad colours to versatile looks to different types of weaves and embroideries. Amongst this multitude of designs, there are few signature aspects, owned so wholly by Indian style that you can see them in most of our looks. One of these is the drape – whether its elegant fall of a saree or a captivating dupatta, many of our Indian looks are accompanied by the soft and yet, striking fall of fabric. Aditri’s stunning range of sarees and dupattas strives to bring you just that.

Aditri’s newest addition is its genuinely unique range of dupattas. The idea is to give the modern woman an easy and stress-free way to quick up the style quotient of a basic outfit, be it a kurti and jeans or a churidar and kurta. Our new collection of dupattas pays homage to the country’s rich and diverse styles.

* Kantha (on Bishnupur Silk) – A piece of art in many ways, Kantha tells a story of creativity, imagination and care. Kantha, or the running stitch, is an indigenous household craft that was pioneered by women in rural West Bengal. What sets it apart is the distinctive way in which the stitch is created, so much so that it’s difficult to find two Kantha pieces that are alike!

* Ajrakh (on Modal) – A rustic process of textile printing – block printing – uses wooden blocks for imprinting images or patterns on fabric. This method is widely used in various parts of Asia, including India and China. The Ajrakh style is known for its use of complex patterns and designs, as well as the distinctive use of colours such as Indigo and Red.

* Kotpat (on premium Cotton) – The heritage weave of Kotpat stands out for its simple and yet sophisticated look. Made from natural dyes, Kotpat is particularly characteristic of a region in Odisha, India. The textile created from this style of weave not only looks elegant but is also a favorite as comfort wear, on account of its suitability to warm climates. You’ll find our Kotpat dupattas are a modern and elegant take on the classic style, the kind that will match perfectly with your everyday looks!

* Shibori (on Chanderi Silk) – A fashion favorite from around the globe, this tie-n-dye look originated in Japan. In India, today, it has been adapted and can be found in various avatars, from kurtas and sarees to dupattas and stoles. Shibori is done is many ways, each of which involves combining natural dyes with twisting, binding, folding and/or tying the fabric. We’ve brought together Shibori with the ever-elegant Chanderi Silk for dupattas that look that’s oh-so-stylish and yet are, surprisingly easy to manage!