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Beige Pittan Hand Embroidery Unstitched Suit

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2100.00 2625
Length and Fabric:
Top: Cotton 2.5m
Bottom: 2.3m Cotton
Dupatta: 2.4m Pure Chiffon

Colours may differ slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Pittan literally means beating up. It involves a silver or golden thread work on different fabrics like silk, cotton or georgette. It is native to Rajasthan and uses a hammer to beat up the thread work into circular or oval shapes. This makes the embroidery emboss on the fabric.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes due to the presence of natural dyes. Please do not dry under direct sunlight or soak in water for long lasting colours. Hand wash only to elongate the life of the embroidery.
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Brown Pittan Hand Embroidery Unstitched Suit

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2100.00 2625
Length and Fabric:
Top: Cotton 2.5m
Bottom: 2.3m Cotton
Dupatta: 2.4m Pure Chiffon

Colours may differ slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Pittan literally means beating up. It involves a silver or golden thread work on different fabrics like silk, cotton or georgette. It is native to Rajasthan and uses a hammer to beat up the thread work into circular or oval shapes. This makes the embroidery emboss on the fabric.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes due to the presence of natural dyes. Please do not dry under direct sunlight or soak in water for long lasting colours. Hand wash only to elongate the life of the embroidery.
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Cream Pittan Hand Embroidery Unstitched Suit

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2100.00 2625
Length and Fabric:
Top: Cotton 2.5m
Bottom: 2.3m Cotton
Dupatta: 2.4m Pure Chiffon

Colours may differ slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Pittan literally means beating up. It involves a silver or golden thread work on different fabrics like silk, cotton or georgette. It is native to Rajasthan and uses a hammer to beat up the thread work into circular or oval shapes. This makes the embroidery emboss on the fabric.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes due to the presence of natural dyes. Please do not dry under direct sunlight or soak in water for long lasting colours. Hand wash only to elongate the life of the embroidery.
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Green Pittan Hand Embroidery Unstitched Suit

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2100.00 2625
Length and Fabric:
Top: Cotton 2.5m
Bottom: 2.3m Cotton
Dupatta: 2.4m Pure Chiffon

Colours may differ slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Pittan literally means beating up. It involves a silver or golden thread work on different fabrics like silk, cotton or georgette. It is native to Rajasthan and uses a hammer to beat up the thread work into circular or oval shapes. This makes the embroidery emboss on the fabric.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes due to the presence of natural dyes. Please do not dry under direct sunlight or soak in water for long lasting colours. Hand wash only to elongate the life of the embroidery.
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Green Pittan Hand Embroidery Unstitched Suit

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2100.00 2625
Length and Fabric:
Top: Cotton 2.5m
Bottom: 2.3m Cotton
Dupatta: 2.4m Pure Chiffon

Colours may differ slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Pittan literally means beating up. It involves a silver or golden thread work on different fabrics like silk, cotton or georgette. It is native to Rajasthan and uses a hammer to beat up the thread work into circular or oval shapes. This makes the embroidery emboss on the fabric.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes due to the presence of natural dyes. Please do not dry under direct sunlight or soak in water for long lasting colours. Hand wash only to elongate the life of the embroidery.
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Peach Pittan Hand Embroidery Unstitched Suit

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2100.00 2625
Length and Fabric:
Top: Cotton 2.5m
Bottom: 2.3m Cotton
Dupatta: 2.4m Pure Chiffon

Colours may differ slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Pittan literally means beating up. It involves a silver or golden thread work on different fabrics like silk, cotton or georgette. It is native to Rajasthan and uses a hammer to beat up the thread work into circular or oval shapes. This makes the embroidery emboss on the fabric.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes due to the presence of natural dyes. Please do not dry under direct sunlight or soak in water for long lasting colours. Hand wash only to elongate the life of the embroidery.
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