Date at the Candy Shop (Kurta Set)

SKU: SUTAWKS11D

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Country of Origin: India

Sold by: Suta Pvt. Ltd.

Fabric : Handloom Jamdani Kurta with Cotton Pant

Dress : Su, the model is wearing a set in size S

Wash Care : Dry Wash

Neckline : Mandarin Neck

Sleeves : Half Sleeves

Neck Depth : 8 Inches

Top Length :  42 Inches

Pant Length : 38 Inches

Pocket : On both sides

Note : The set includes Underlayer, Kurta and Pant

Disclaimer : The pictures are clicked in daylight. Color may vary slightly from the image due to the screen brightness

It was a tradition that began even before her memories began. Her mother would give her a small allowance each week and encourage her to save it, until their monthly trip to the candy store. There, she could buy whatever her heart desired and her mother would not object. She’d spend hours at the store, marvelling at the bright colours and the curious shapes. Although she was now a grown woman who didn’t have to count on her mother for her allowance, the tradition had lingered. And, for those moments, it felt as though she was transported to the Candy-land of her childhood, all over again.

Reminisce about your sweetest memories, when you wear this beautiful orange kurta that’s paired with white bottoms. The kurta is made of handloom Jamdani cotton, while the bottoms are made of cotton. This set includes an under-layer.

Jamdani is also referred to as extra-weft ornamentation, on-loom embroidery, or discontinuous weft. The patterns are developed on graph paper and fastened under the warp. A weaver then painstakingly works the on-loom embroidery using needles or extra weft shuttles, creating each motif individually. Jamdani fabrics feel delicate and opulent while also being light, comfortable and very fashion-forward.

Jamdani is also referred to as extra-weft ornamentation, on-loom embroidery, or discontinuous weft. The patterns are developed on graph paper and fastened under the warp. A weaver then painstakingly works the on-loom embroidery using needles or extra weft shuttles, creating each motif individually. Jamdani fabrics feel delicate and opulent while also being light, comfortable and very fashion-forward.

One of the most popular natural fibres in the world, cotton is hailed for its beauty, comfort, durability and versatility. Cotton is naturally sustainable and its cultivation supports local farmers and communities. A low maintenance fabric, cotton is also hypoallergenic, making it the perfect choice around the year, especially for the Indian climate.

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