Created in an elegant shade of black, this maxi dress is sure to be beautiful addition to your summer wardrobe. The patch work kalamkari details on the neck and pom-pom tassels showcase a unique contemporary style. Kalamkari is a form of craft which involves free hand drawing and block printing on textiles. Kalam means pen and kari means craftsmanship, hence the name kalamkari. Dimension: Available in size XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL & XXXL Length of the Dress : L: 53 inches Color: Black Lining: No Finish: Hand Block Printed Material: Kalamkari Cotton Details: Soft flared A-line dress with Kalamkari patch work Woolen balls as tassels Wooden button on the ne Inspiration: Kalamkari Please note : Model is 5'7" and is wearing size small & these are custom designed apparel and can be exchanged for any size related issues, not eligible for returns Please note : Model is 5'7" and is wearing size small & these are custom designed apparel and can be exchanged for any size related issues, not eligible for returns
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Extravagant examples of history coming alive on paper are presented by the Kalamkari form of art, a proud reminder of the medieval age and ancient folklore. The name essentially means ‘pen’ and ‘work’, meaning artwork done by pen. Its first substantial pieces can be dated back to about 3000 years, but it wasn’t before the Mughal era of the rich ensemble of art-lovers, that Kalamkari was appreciated for its true originality.
The colors used for dyeing change progressively, depending on pieces of the cloth and their mordancy. The completed pieces are usually in mellow colors, with rare occurrences of bright colors, yet, remaining very unspectacular. The accurate charm of Kalamkari comes out gradually after repeated washing, after which it becomes a magnificent piece of art with unmatched glory.