This age-old Ajrakh hand block printing craft is originated from the region of Gujarat, is done using natural dyes. Ajrak is a block-printed textile that is resist-dyed using natural dyes, including indigo and madder. Itis made by Khatris community in Kutch, Gujarat and is distinguished by its color- blue with red - and its complex geometric & floral patterns. Its name is derived from 'azarak', 'blue' in Arabic & Persian. Ajrak is a legacy of text. There are between 14-16 different stages of dyeing & printing, which take 14-21 days to complete.
This dress is long with red piping all over neck and ruffle sleeves. Made with a lot of flares to give you absolute freedom to move through the day specially designed for today's women who loves comfort and ease. It also has hand done mirror work all over the bust line and in ruffles with an opening at the back. Pair it with a bottom simply as a maxi dress for the look.
100% cotton Fabric -Ajrak Blue
Small pleated Gown
Ruffle Half Sleeve
Close neck and back open.
Pockets on both sides.
Colour Declaration: There might be slight variation in the actual colour of the product due to different screen resolutions Care Instruction: Suggests dry cleaning; colour may bleed a little as it is crafted by hand.
Model is wearing XS size. The height of the model is 5'3.