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Cotton Shibori Print Saree

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Beautiful Cotton Shibori Print Saree.

 History of Tie and Dye is more ancient in India and it is considered to be practiced before independence, there was a clan of people known as ‘Rangrez’ living in Northern part who were initially involved in the profession of dyeing fabric. The cloth surface decoration patterns or Tie and Dye is also known as “Bandhani”, it is much evolved art here and practiced mostly in Kutch and Saurashtra in Gujarat, , Rajasthan, Haryana and Delhi. The term ‘Bandhani‘ is derived from the word ‘Bandhan’ that means tying up. Basically, the technique of bhandhej is used in making Odhnis, sarees and turbans but nowadays its pattern is also tried on skirts, capris, plazzos and other western outfits.

Tie and Dye is a perfect duo of contemporary and modern trend, its patterns and practice holds discipline as well as freedom. In current fashion scenario one can find most revived form of this timeless art, with flowing creativity designers are coming up with new designs and forms. Best part of this art is it never faded away neither in fashion nor in tradition.

Sku: SAREE0138

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This is an apparel size guide for women's clothes sizes XXS to XL. Included are directions on how to measure and a link to a printable tape measure.

Women's Clothing Size Chart


Sizing Guide    XXS       XS       ------- S -------      ------- M -------      -------- L --------         XL

U.S. Sizes           0           2          4           6          8         10          12          14          16
Bust (inches)      31.5       32.5     33.5     34.5      35.5      36.5       38          39.5        41
Waist (inches)     23         24        25         26         27         28         29.5        31          32.5
Hip (inches)        33.5       35        36        37          3          39         40.5        42          43.5
Inseam (inches)  31         31.25    31.5     31.75    32         32.25     32.5        32.75      33
 

How to measure for the right size Bust:  Measure around the fullest part of bust under arms with arms relaxed down at sides.
Waist: Measure around natural waistline which appears as crease when bending to one side.
Hips: Measure around fullest part of body at the top of legs with feet together.
Inseam: Measure from inside crotch seam to the hem of pants that fit you well.
Rise: Measure from the crotch to top of waistband.

Pants Rise Guide
Sits above waist (inches) = 11-12
Sits at waist (inches) = 10-11
Sits low on waist (inches) = 8.5-10
Sits ultra low on waist (inches) 7-8.5
Sleeve: Measure from center back of neck, over point of shoulder, and down outside of arm past elbow to wrist with arm relaxed at side.
Skirt Length: Measure from the waist down. Skirts are measured from center front. Skirts with waistbands are measured from seams down. Skirts without waistbands are measured from top down.
Coat/Dress Length: Measure from the highest point of the shoulder down.
Tall Sizes: Women 5'7"-6'; sizes 6-16, tops 1"-1.5" longer; pants inseam 2" longer and rise 1" longer; skirts and dresses 2"-3" longer.