Verve Collection: Mangalagiri Square Ikat Neck Tie and Dye Tunic

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The Verve Collection - Vibrant. Playful. Ecstatic.

In Vogue

Relaxed Silhouette. Pleated Detail. Ombre Gradation.

Evolved Craft

Mangalagiri, is well known for its handwoven textiles in vibrant chambray hues and elaborate woven borders. Working in close collaboration with the weavers based on consumer insight, Caravan has helped create fabrics that do not run colour and have a superior skin feel.

Intricately tied knots , hand tied in patterns and dyed in bright colours enhance the beauty of this age old resist dyeing technique. Caravan explores new tones, textures and use of the traditional craft through innovative fabrics and patterns like never before. Integrating an element of Bandhani to garment trims and accents in an all new form.

The Ensemble

Wear for a casual get together, with straight fit ankle length trousers or pair it with your favorite comfortable shorts and for a day out in the sun

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Product Details

  • Colour Aqua
  • Material Mangalagiri Cotton
  • Description Relaxed Fit. Square Neck. Three Fourth Sleeves. Mid Thigh Length. Shaped Hem Tunic.
  • Design Detail Stylised Square Neck with Ikat Detail. Pleats on Front. Inverted Box Pleat at Back. Hand Stitch Detail.
  • Best For Casual Day Out.

100% Cotton Fabric. High quality trims and stitching specifications. Mother of pearl buttons. Cotton silk fabric Detail. Gentle on skin. Made in India. Authentic craft source.

Wash Care

Mild Detergent Wash. Hand Wash. Do Not Soak. Wash with Like Colors. Shade Dry. Maximum shrinkage 3%. Coloured Fabrics May Bleed.

Mangalagiri

Tradition has it that pilgrims coming to pay their respects at the hill top shrine in Mangalagiri are expected to then buy a saree from a local weaver before leaving the place. Click Here to read more about the weaving tradition in this quaint temple town.

Bandhani

India's tie-and-dye art finds mention in Jain manuscripts of 500 BC as well as in the writings of Alexander the Great in 300 BC in which he speaks of the beautiful printed cottons of India. Click Here to know more about Bandhani techniques and tradition in India.