Available for Bust 26" - 70" | Petite - Tall
- Primary Fabric: 100% Cotton - Yarn Dyed, Vegetable Dyed in Ahmedabad (Gujarat), Handspun, Hand Woven in Nagri (Tamil Nadu)
- Secondary Fabric: 100% Cotton - Yarn Dyed, Azo-Free Dyed, Handspun, Hand Woven in Murshidabad (West Bengal)
- Pattern: Checks
- Color: Blue, Off-white
- Button Type: Fabric
- Style: Asymmetrical, Straight
- Length: Short
- Front Neck Style: V-Neck
- Back Neck Style: Round
- Sleeve Length: Bracelet
- This garment has Welt Pocket
- Number of Pockets: 2
- Garment Transparency: Opaque
- Loose Fit
- Slit at Sleeves
With color blocking checks and stripes, and contemporary silhouette, this asymmetrical outerwear is essential for any wardrobe. Vegetable-dyed and handcrafted with welt pockets, it is skin-friendly and functional at its best. Put on a pair of slingback thong sandals to complete your effortless attire.
Our artisans craft each piece, exclusively for you. Being handcrafted, every garment is unique.
This product can also be worn as a maternity outfit.
Disclaimer: All products shown in this picture, apart from this Outerwear, are purely for Styling and Photography purposes. These will not be included in your order.
Just like this Jacket, Every Outerwear at SeamsFriendly is available for Women of All Sizes and Heights. Whether you're looking for Plus Size Coats & Jackets or Women's Petite Outerwear, we have you covered with our vast collection of Designer Outerwear. Our Styles are available at a variety of price points so everyone can afford their fave look without breaking the bank! This includes Women's Petite Outerwear and Women's Tall Shrugs & Overlays.
HANDSPUN AND HAND WOVEN + VEGETABLE DYED +
When fiber is spun by hand using tools like the spindle and distaff, the yarn is handspun. When these yarns are woven by hand or on an unpowered loom, they form a handspun and hand woven fabric.
It has slight imperfections, but some people call it 'art to wear.' Now, when such fabrics are dyed using vegetable dyes, they become artisanal and good for your skin.
Vegetable dyes, as the name suggests, are derived from everyday vegetables and plants. These fabrics are skin-friendly for you and the artisans, and are environment-friendly.