Darkha One Shoulder Black Slit Dress
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Cocktail evenings in our elegant black printed one shoulder long dress with slit on one side. A kaftan style dress featuring fringed lace and silk embroidery. Glam it up with your best stilettoes.
No. of Components: 1
MAKE IN INDIA
It's beautiful and I couldn't stop myself from wearing it and flaunting it even before I headed on a vacation. The delivery was quick and ordering was seamless! I hoped the material to be silkier and less fidgety, But overall I am in love with it!
Top: Bemberg Crepe
Wash Care: Dry Clean and Gentle Care
XXS: Top: Free Size
XS: Top: Free Size
S: Top: Free Size
M: Top: Free Size
L: Top: Free Size
Top Length: 46"
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Inspired by nature and the beauty of the everyday, the prints are the design house's ode to the comfort of the familiar. They are both unexpected and eclectic. Symmetrical patterns of houses, animal skulls, the geometrical shapes of flowers have all made their way into the DNA of our prints in Tu Jhoom Festive'22