Kabir Shirt in Arrow Bandhani Indigo Muslin

$200.00

Bandhani is a method of painstakingly hand tying and dyeing textiles long practiced in india. Using the patterns of traditionally tiled shingle rooftops, we translated the design into a fifteen dot bandhani motif. Our hand tied fabrics have been dyed in a five dip process to reach this rich indigo shade.

Utilized on our Kabir shirt, a classic button-up made for everyday wear with special details that enhance its overall style. Standard fit, spread collar, bone buttons and use of saddle stitching and selvedge throughout.

Kora is one of our signature handwoven fabrics using our regeneratively grown cotton harvested with Raddis as part of our Seed&U program. Kala cotton is a short staple and indegnious cotton native to Kutch, known to protect against the harsh heat while also possessing insulting properties in colder climates. It has a soft hand, a relaxed look and feel and is ideal for the summer weather.

- 100% Handwoven Seed&U cotton 
- Sustainably dyed using natural dyes
- Standard fit
- Single rounded chest pocket
- Pick stitch details throughout
- Spread collar
- Round bottom hem with side slit gusset detail
- Bone buttons
- Single needle stitching with hand-rolled seams
- Locker loops on inset into back yoke seam
- Hand-finished and closed seams

Produced in a limited run with exclusive handcrafted fabrics. Due to its handmade nature, each piece is unique. Indigo dyeing is a special process that also requires extra care. Indigo bleeding is normal in naturally dyed garments and after several initial washes, the color will stabilize. Over time, the natural and graceful fading process results in a uniquely personalized piece.

We recommend hand washing separately in cold water using natural detergents and drying in the shade. Handcrafted garments are designed to last when treated with care.

Size Info

Size: S
Size: S

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