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The Karigar Handwoven Button-Down

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Inspired by the grease and grit of historical workwear, the relaxed Karigar set presents one of the most comfortable and subdued pieces from the latest collection. The garment is constructed from hand-dyed and hand-woven striped fabric in bright hues of yellow, orange, blue and pink with orange and blue splattered detailing. Only 3 metres of this fabric can be produced in a single day on a traditional handloom. The short-sleeved button down shirt boasts a soft feel and an over-sized silhouette. 

*THIS GARMENT IS MADE BY HAND AND THEREFORE EACH PIECE IS VISUALLY UNIQUE AND MAY BE SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT TO THE ONE SEEN IN THESE PRODUCT IMAGES*

 *THIS IS A LIMITED EDITION ITEM WHICH WILL NOT BE RESTOCKED ONCE SOLD OUT*

 

  • slightly oversized fit 
  • dropped shoulders
  • handwoven one by one striped weave fabric
  • hand tie dyed
  • 100% cotton
  • wooden buttons
  • Washing/Handling: Hand wash with cold water inside out & hang to dry. WASH SEPARATELY FROM OTHER GARMENTS
  • Male Model: 5'10; Wearing Medium | Female Model: 5'7; Wearing Small

 

 

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