Myoko Brown Multistriped Kurta Set with Dupatta
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Earthy and elegant. Deep browns, golds, olives and red make this flared panelled kurta. Features side pockets with lace with beadwork. Delicate zari edges at neckline and jacquard printed flouncy dupatta. Comes along with a dhoti style pants.
No. of Components: 3
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Beautiful flowy material, with simple but artsy design work. I love how nicely it shapes my form and looks stunning!
Fabric: Top: Natural Crepe Wash Care: Dry Clean and Gentle Care Garment Measurements: XXS: Bust: 52.75" XS: Bust: 55.25" S: Bust: 57.75" M: Bust: 60.25" L: Bust: 62.75" Top Length: 40"
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