Red and Black printed Chaniya Choli set

SKU: PWLC03_SS19-76
5,500
Featured here is a Traditional Indian Festive or wedding combo wear called Chaniya Choli or Lehenga Choli, mostly popular in the North western states of Gujarat (worn during 9 days Navratri Festival) & Rajasthan (mostly worn in weddings or local Festivals like Teej or Gangaur) . But now being worn in different Indian ethnicity & cultures world over as an Ethnic Indian Attire. The Long ethnic Royal Blue skirt in this combo has beautiful borders of embroidered & metallic laces (as called 'Gota' in Hindi) and hanging Tassels (made with Pom Poms & Gota flowers) on the drawstrings The crop top or the Blouse has Frilled cuffs and matching borders on the sleeves. The beautiful Green & lemon, Chiffon striped Dupatta/stole, adds striking contrast to the Blue & Pink attire and looks rich & beautiful with hanging woolen ball tassels & Metallic Borders.
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Made In: India
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- Estimated Delivery Time: 5 days

Sizes in the Garment - in Inches:-

XXS - Chest - 34", Shoulders - 13.5" , Sleeve Length- 12" , Length of Top - 15"

XS - Chest - 36", Shoulders - 14" , Sleeve Length- 12.5" , Length of Top - 15"

S - Chest - 38", Shoulders - 14.5" , Sleeve Length- 13" , Length of Top - 15.5"

M - Chest - 40", Shoulders - 15" , Sleeve Length- 13.5" , Length of Top - 15.5"

L - Chest - 42", Shoulders - 15.5" , Sleeve Length- 14" , Length of Top - 16"

XL - Chest - 44", Shoulders - 16" , Sleeve Length- 15" , Length of Top - 17"

XXL - Chest - 46", Shoulders - 16.5, Sleeve Length- 16" , Length of Top - 17"

Length of the skirt is - 39" (Can be customized on request)

Length of the Blouse - 15" to 17" (Can be customized on request)

Dupatta is 2.20 meters long

*Can be customized on Request

Fabric: - Cotton

Wash Care - Dry Clean only

Shipping: - Free Shipping in India, Delivery time - 3 to 5 days in India; Delivery time outside India - 6 to 10 days.

Shipping Charges: - 10 $ (100 – 500 Grams) 12$ (500-1000 Grams)


Hand Block Printing - is a special printing technique in Rajasthan (India) where the fabric is printed with wooden engraved blocks. No of blocks depends upon the no. of colors in the design. If there are 5 colors then the fabric is printed 5 times with hand using these intricately engraved wooden blocks, making it a tedious process but producing aesthetically beautiful printed textile completely hand printed.

Hand block printing has been recognized as a craft through generations in different clusters in India. Each cluster follows its distinctive style & methods, thus making century’s old traditional art of hand block printing still alive.

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