Grey Bandhani Dupatta
A gorgeous understated greyish silver bandhani dupatta with all over tiny dot patterns in white.
Bandhani (Hindi: बांधणी, Gujarati: બાંધણી) is a type of tie-dye textile decorated by plucking the cloth with the fingernails into many tiny bindings that form a figurative design. The term bandhani is derived from the Sanskrit verbal root bandh ("to bind, to tie").
Meticulously and lovingly made by artisans of Gujarat.
All our Bandhani stoles are carefully curated and are ONE OF A KIND.
Wash Care: Dry Clean only
Delivery: 4-5 working days
Organic Cotton - Linen - Khadi : Hand wash in cold water with mild detergent or gentle machine wash with similar fabrics and similar colors. Do not tumble dry. Hang dry or flat dry in shade. Iron while slightly damp.
Silk : Contrary to popular belief, Silk is good without dry cleaning. Hand wash in cold water with mild detergent and no tumble dry, no wringing. Hang dry in shade. Iron on low and inside out.
Natural Dyed : Naturally dyed fabrics are prone to bleeding in first 2-3 washes, with each changing color having its own beauty. Hand wash separately with mild to no detergent in cold water and hang dry in shade.
Hand Embroidered : All our embroidery is done by our skilled artisans on a traditional wooden frame. Extra care needs to be taken to wash them inside out and not rub or wring them. Hand wash in cold water and hang dry usually works the best. Do not iron directly on embroidered areas.
Hand Printed : The blocks used by our artisans for printing are hand carved, minor irregularities are a part of the process and are not considered as defects. Hand wash in mild to no detergent. Hang dry or flat dry in shade.
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