A pencil cut to show off your shape! The skirt comes down below the knee with a high waist for chic comfort. There's an elastic band so it sits nicely at the back of the waist and a zipper to slip in. You can wear it with a cropped top or the top tucked into the skirt. A great way to revisit Indian fabric with an European twist!
Size: S/M/L. Alix wears size S. She is 1m72, waist size: 67 cm, hip size: 98 cm
Care: Machine wash at 30°, mix with white and iron at medium temperature on the reverse side of the garment.
Fabric: 100% cottonnatural pomegranate dye. Kalamkari is an ancient and unique art expression from the Andhra Prasdesh region. This art comes from musicians, painters and singers, called Chitrakattis to illustrate the great epics of Hindu mythology which were then told. Its particularity is that it is painted only with vegetable dyes, with the help of a Kalam (cut bamboo) provided with a cloth serving as a reservoir on a woven cotton canvas. In Sanskrit, Kalam means "pen" and Kari means "art."