Whiff Of Wildflowers Collection: Mangalagiri with Crochet Broche Camisole


The Whiff of Wildflowers

In Vogue

Relaxed Youthful Silhouette. Pleated Tailoring. Textured Cottons. Subtle Tactile Surface Interest.

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.

In an attempt to bridge the gap between the existing craft skill reservoir and modern day product possibilities, Caravan has trained more than 5,000 Crochet artisans in Narsapur, Andhra Pradesh. These artisans now create a wide range of 3 dimensional embellishments for high fashion apparel and accessories.

The Ensemble

A short flared camisole with floral accents, perfect to pair with an flared skirt or denims. Accesorise with long layered neck chains. Choose a classic shrug to go with the look if need be.

Size Guide

Product Details

  • Colour Olive Green
  • Material Mangalagiri Cotton
  • Description Relaxed Fit . Deep Round Neck. Sleeveless. Side Slit. Short Camisole.
  • Design Detail Tonal Fabric Detail Neckline. Crochet Floret Detail. Pleats in Front.
  • Best For Casual Everyday Wear.

100% Cotton Fabric. High quality trims and stitching specifications. Mother of pearl buttons. 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.


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.


The word crochet is derived from the French word croc or croche, meaning hook. It is believed that the earliest forms of crochet were created using a bent finger instead of a hook. Click Here to know more about this intricate needle craft.