Sitara

Mitra Gota Embroidered Kurta & Palazzo (Set of 2)

SKU: PP1839

₹ 9490 Inclusive of Taxes

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The model is 5'7 and is wearing size Small


Material
Kurta - Georgette
Palazzo - Crepe

Color
Kurta - Parrot Green, Aqua Blue
Palazzo - Emerald Green

Washcare
Dry Clean only. Do not tumble dry

Shipping Time
Free shipping in 10-12 days

Disclaimer
The product may have slight irregularities in the motif and colours owing to the human involvement in the process and are the hallmark of a handcrafted product.

Delivery Time
We take 6-8 days to manufacture this outfit.
Add delivery time of 2-3 days for metro cities, 3-5 days for non-metro cities.

For deliveries outside India, read our international shipping policy

Return Policy
For sizing related issues we help with replacements & alterations.

If you are unsatisfied with the product, we are happy to provide a replacement or issue a store credit in return.
Read our return policy
  • Aari Embroidery

    Getting its name from 'Aar', a small needles with a hook in front which pushes and pulls the thread through the fabric. Various kinds of threads, beads and stones are used to make it aesthetically pleasing. We stand to preserve this heritage craft

Material
Kurta - Georgette
Palazzo - Crepe

Color
Kurta - Parrot Green, Aqua Blue
Palazzo - Emerald Green

Washcare
Dry Clean only. Do not tumble dry

Shipping Time
Free shipping in 10-12 days

Disclaimer
The product may have slight irregularities in the motif and colours owing to the human involvement in the process and are the hallmark of a handcrafted product.

Delivery Time
We take 6-8 days to manufacture this outfit.
Add delivery time of 2-3 days for metro cities, 3-5 days for non-metro cities.

For deliveries outside India, read our international shipping policy

Return Policy
For sizing related issues we help with replacements & alterations.

If you are unsatisfied with the product, we are happy to provide a replacement or issue a store credit in return.
Read our return policy
  • Aari Embroidery

    Getting its name from 'Aar', a small needles with a hook in front which pushes and pulls the thread through the fabric. Various kinds of threads, beads and stones are used to make it aesthetically pleasing. We stand to preserve this heritage craft

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