About This Product – Increase your collection of Indian traditional salwar suits with this amazing & soothing Green Batik Printed Unstitched salwar suit dress material from The13thstore.
Worldwide known for giving Indian ethnic look after stitching.
The cloth fabric is made from a special technique known as Batik Printing which is an ancient art that uses wax and dyes to make beautiful patterns and designs.
Batik printing involves complex processes. It basically uses hot wax to cover some parts in a pattern or design.
The rest of the cloth is dyed and then this wax is washed. This gives cloth and unique and beautiful & premium designs.
Here are some other Important Specifications of this cloth:-
|Brand||:||The 13th store|
|Product Name||:||Batik Print Salwar Suit|
|Shipping||:||Free Shipping, COD Available|
|Fabric Weight||:||(650 Gm approximately)|
|Package Details||:||1 Top/1 Bottom/1 Dupatta|
|Kameez Details:||Kameez Color||:||Green|
|Kameez Pattern||:||Green Scroll|
|Kameez Length||:||2.25 Metre|
|Kameez Width||:||110 inches|
|Bottom Details :|
|Bottom Length||:||2.25 Meter|
|Bottom Width||:||115 Inches|
|Dupatta Length||:||2.3 Meter|
|Dupatta Pattern||:||Plain & Green Scroll|
|Dupatta Width||:||96 inches|
Color:- Slight difference in color from the visible product image is possible due to light setting.
Delivery Time:- Free Shipping, Approx 3-5 Days Delivery (Return Accepted).
Wash Care:- Hand wash separately with mild detergent. You can go for dry clean as well once in a while to maintain the freshness.
What is Batik Printing?
Batik Printing is an ancient art whose origin can be found in Indonesia. Later in history, it was popular in many other civilizations such as Egypt, Africa, China, and India. It was part of Royal dresses. African Batik print process uses rice paste instead of wax. Batik print is used to designs bed sheets, salwar suits, saris, skirts, and shirts.
Why purchase from The 13th Store?
The 13th Store is a leading Indian traditional dress seller with a vision & mission to save the Local Art of India.
It deals in Hand made traditional products that are made by local artists of different states of India
With the surge of foreign & machine-made products, these local arts of India are dying a slow death.
We are committed to saving this local art of India and the only way to save it is by promoting and selling their arts.
We not only strive to financially support our Indian local artisans by providing them with a platform to show their art to people but also help them to continue their artwork.
🔥Not sold in stores – Online exclusive!
⚡️Limited stock available – Get yours today!