This purple dress has been crafted from a handwoven tribal Rabari shawl fresh off the loom from Bhujodi Village in Kutch, India. The shawl takes approximately 2 days to weave and is woven from a wool blend. After being woven, it is then beautifully hand embroidered.
The border is woven with golden threads and then hand embroidered with tiny mirrors and colorful threads. This work is done by Banjaran or nomadic women. The hem is finished with small handmade pom-poms.
The dress has gathers at the waist, a round neck, three-quarter sleeves and a concealed zipper down the center back.
The shawl from which this dress is crafted has been sourced from Bhujodi Village in Gujarat where nomadic tribes hand weave shawls and blankets for their community. The "Vankars" are the weavers of Kutch who travelled from Rajasthan centuries ago picking up and spreading weaving and embroidery traditions along the way. This village is also known as the village of weavers because of the settlers and the songs of warp meeting weft that linger in the air.
The dress is 36 inches in length.
*PLEASE NOTE: This dress is hand embroidered and handwoven due to which the colors and motifs may vary. We believe that this lends to its exclusivity and beauty.