'Jana' charcoal Mashru dress with a lightly gathered yolk, features black woven ‘Ashrafi’ motifs, also known as ‘Rudraksha’ in parts of South India. These round dots have remained eternal in textile history - from the butis in the saris of Raja Ravi Varma's paintings to modern renditions of polka dots.
Mashru textile is composed of a silk warp and a cotton weft. It is a warp faced satin, woven on a narrow 28” width loom, resulting in a smooth silk surface with a soft cotton backing. It is loved and recognized for its possibilities, sumptuous tactility and outwardly lustre.
Model is 173cm/5'7" and is wearing a size Small dress. Fits true to size.
Natural variations in colours and weave are part of the textile, as it is handwoven.
Dry Clean only.
Store garment in a muslin cloth away from sunlight in a dry environment.
Air the textile every few months.
A note we are not liable for textiles that have been hand washed / cleaned other than dry cleaning.