Summer Shirt - Cotton Dabu Block Printed, Paisley Print. Sustainable, responsible clothing from our 'Craft Connect Collection - Earth.' Smart and classy styles and silhouttes that stand out. Cool, casual and totally comfortable in an unusual block printed shirt in pure cotton. Perfect for summer days or casual evenings. All garments in this collection are provided with a 2 inch margin on the sides to enable customised adjustment of fit to suit your measurements. NOTE: To help you get the best fit for this garment, we would strongly recommend customised alterations that can be done specially for you. Kindly contact us on +91 9311227797 once you have placed your order, to help us serve you better.
Code: MBK500 | Get upto Rs.500 cashback on min txn of Rs.2999
Enjoy complimentary shipping on all domestic orders upto Rs.31,999
Preserve A Heritage
Over the years, we have cultivated direct relationships with a wide network of artisans and craft centric enterprises across the country. Our primary mission is to empower the Indian artisan and do our bit in contributing to the sustenance of artisan livelihoods as also the preservation of an amazing craft heritage.
Material : Cotton
Craft : Dabu
State : Rajasthan
Colour : Brown
Measurements : Please see size guide
Special Attention : Hand dyed and Hand Block Printed. Kindly allow for minor variations in the fabric which add to the beauty and appeal of this piece and are inherent characteristics of these processes. Kindly allow for some colour reduction with use.
Shipping Info : Dispatched in a maximum of 12-15 business days. Returns accepted within 12 days of delivery.
UOM : Piece
Dabu printing is a resist dyeing process that entails the application of wax or gum clay mixed with resin to portions of the cloth, using a brush or block, followed by the application of colour. The wax is then washed off in hot or flowing water allowing the colour to seep into the wax treated portions of the fabric, similar to a batik process. This is then followed by block printing to define outlines and shapes. The wax application renders a broken appearance just like batik. Typically vegetable dyes are used, though these days synthetic colours are also used depending on the print requirement.