Paloma Jacket in hand embroidered khadi cotton
Paloma Jacket in hand embroidered khadi cotton
Paloma Jacket in hand embroidered khadi cotton
Paloma Jacket in hand embroidered khadi cotton
Paloma Jacket in hand embroidered khadi cotton

Paloma Jacket in hand embroidered khadi cotton

Regular price Rs. 18,500.00

Quilted spring jacket for working women to help you stand out at that all important meeting and create a powerful impression! Perfect for the spring or fall weather, with quilted black cotton khadi, hand embroidered and lined with hand block printed ahimsa silk lining, that makes it a comfortable and unique layering piece!

MALKHA
Malkha is a hand spun and hand woven textile. These hand processes help retain the bounce and elasticity of the cotton yarns. The fabric gets softer with every wash.

PALOMA JACKET
• 100% cotton with 100% silk lining
• Vegetable dyed yarns
• Black cotton Malkha shell with quilting and hand embroidery . hand block printed ahimsa silk lining
* The materials and dyeing and printing processes make this a unique eco friendly style with low carbon impact on the environment
* Hand embroidered. It took our master craftsman Shakeel and Amarjeet 32 hours to hand embroider this piece with love.
• Long sleeved jacket
• Front loop button detail
* Natural mother of pearl buttons
• Dry Clean Only
• Hand made textiles come with certain irregularities in the weave that are inherent to the fabric and enhance the aesthetics.
• Please select your size as per your body measurements as per below chart:

SMALL: Fits chest 35"- 36"/ Shoulder 14" / waist 27"- 28"/ Hip 37" - 38"
MEDIUM : Fits chest 37"- 38"/ Shoulder 14.5" / waist 29"- 30"/ Hip 39" - 40"
LARGE : Fits chest 39"- 40"/ Shoulder 15" / waist 31"- 32"/ Hip 41" - 42"

Model is wearing size S. Model’s measurements are 34"/ 24"/ 36" and height is 5’9”

WE BELIEVE IN GIVING BACK
We are committed to working for the long term goal of saving the environment. Hence we have pledged to plant 5 trees against sale of this dress and also donate 5% of the sale to waste warriors in India who organise clean ups. Our small steps toward creating a better future!