Beautiful vintage Indian cotton dress. The fabric is dyed by hand using traditional block print technique. The color scheme is a lovely mix of brick red, beige and black. Beautiful details such as ruffled neckline and bodice, empire waist with beads and bells at the end and skirt with ruffle trim detail.
One of the rubber bands at the wrist has lost its elasticity, otherwise the dress is in excellent condition.
Vintage indian cotton pieces like this comes with a very unique bohemian vibe that makes them highly collectible amongst free spirit wanderers all over the world.
Approximate size – M
Bust: 42 cm (16,5″)
Waist: 40 cm (15,5″)
Length: 110 cm (43″)
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The garment is laid flat and measured straight across from armpit to armpit.
The garment is laid flat and measured straight across the waistline.
The garment is laid flat and measured at the hipline, about 20 cm under the waistline.
Length of item
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The garment is laid flat and measured from shoulder seam to wrist.
An inseam is the length from the crotch seam to the hem of the pant leg.