A vintage beauty, this shawl is encrusted with jeweled silvery beading and medallions. It’s a dramatic black and red, hand-tied and dyed, delicate silk drape. Measuring 84″ L X 40″ wide, it is definitely a show-stopper!
Elegant and glittering for the holidays, this combo of velvet coat, gold metallic brocade trim and a silky sheer black shawl will turn heads as you enter the room. The coat is silk dupioni with metalllic brocade and a crush velvet falling from the empire waist. Two gold buttons with loop closures keep it lightly in place if you wish. Chest measurement is just under 44″.
This delicate shawl is sheer synthetic black silk organza, decorated with metallic gold floral medallions and a metallic gold scroll border. It’s a generous 34″ W by 94″ long, plus 3.5″ fringe.
Black cotton twill blend leggings complete the look. They are a heavy fabric with lots of stretch – perfect for parties in the winter months. Stretch lycra pull-on, with a wide elastic waistband, they are embroidered in gold metallic thread on the lower front (shin) area of the pant leg. DM us if you are interested in the pants – we have one pair left in a flexible Med/Lg.
The tie-dyed silk bandhani shawl has bright gold trim and a beaded hand-crocheted tassel on each corner. Measuring 42.5″ by 82″, it will envelop you with lightweight warmth. The tassels are 5″ long. It’s a chili pepper red with rusty orange and gold, and white & blue hand-tied bandhani dots. A power punch shawl, ready for the holidays, and beyond!
Phulkari means ‘flower craft’. Phulkari, the rural embroidery tradition of Punjab is a vibrant and striking embroidered shawl. Traditionally, Phulkari was made of a thick cotton fabric known as khaddar. Four colors of khaddar were generally used, and each color had its own significance– white used by older women or widows, red used by young girls and brides-to-be, blue and black were kept for daily use. The khaddar fabric was covered in striking floral or geometric patterns of embroidery.
Our rayon phulkari shawl in deep navy has 3 rows of silver tag sequins, resembling mirror work. The red and turquoise flowers and light taupe starbursts make this one-of-a-kind piece very special. The shawl measures 37″ x 99″. We’ve paired it with this fantastically imposing necklace of resin and turquoise – a skull to be remembered! There’s even a small skull dangling at the end of the 28″ oxidized metal chain. The pendant is a full 6″ including the bail. Click the “you may like” photo below to purchase the necklace.
The taqiyah is a short, rounded skullcap; Topi is a type of taqiyah cap that is worn in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and other regions of South Asia. These are intricately decorated with embroidery and most have some faceted silver-toned beads as well.
Why not be a tribal mad hatter? This hand-loomed and hand-dyed jaunty cotton chapeau keeps ears warm and brings on lots of compliments. Rooster feathers adorn the crown along with a tribal patch of hand-embroidered beauty. The brim can be worn as is or pinned up for a different look. There’s only one – get it while you can! Considered a size Medium, the circumference is 22.5″.
This exceptional hand tied and dyed deep violet to aubergine ombre satin silk shawl is made for the queen in all of us. Each tiny textured dot, which number in the thousands, is hand tied with a fine thread during various stages of the dying process. Trimmed with satin edging and finished on all 4 corners with hand crochet balls & silk tassels, this piece is of masterpiece quality. Measures 44″ x 88″.
Ajrakh style printing originated from the Sindh region of Pakistan, and later influenced fabric artists in Kutch of Gujarat and then in Rajasthan. Its history can be traced back to the ancient civilizations of the Indus valley, from around 2500 B.C. to 1500 B.C. The Ajrakh shawls are a luscious modal and silk blend, with a beautiful sheen. Hand block printed and hand-embroidered, they have hundreds of tiny mirrors stitched into place. A generous swath of fabric, these shawls measure 38″ wide by 90″ long.
They’re the perfect thing for fall: hand-woven pure linen shawls with hand-block prints, earth tones and a soft, drapey feel. Choose from 5 unique patterns. Each one has a 2″ wide silver metallic border. They measure 102″ long (which includes fringes) and 35″ wide.
Andrea is modeling the Butterfly Caftan, a flowing garment in abstract “scratch” plaid poly blend fabric. In midnight blue with lime and tomato red plaid lines, it has a deep V plunging neckline, big butterfly sleeves (48″ around); side slits and pockets too. We have 3 of these in stock: XS, S and M.
With it is a show-stopper of a collar necklace! Four brass snakes with turquoise eyes are entwined together and held by a geometric brass chain. Pearl and Nepalese green crystal drops dangle across the width, with a stunning starflower crystal-studded pendant at the center. It measures 21″ around from the end of the hook clasp to the eye closure.
Even soft Summers need Fall clothes in their colors! These periwinkle, peach, plum and deep pink hues captivate with a magical quality. Check out the masterpiece hand-loomed shawl of softest cotton, with hand-wrapped fringe edging. The Arabesque jacket is quilted cotton from vintage saris, easy to pair with jeans or skirts and a lightweight layer of warmth for the early fall season.
Sequined embroidered mesh jacket with basic blazer cut, soft structure, major ease with gorgeous plum coral motif, size S and L available;
Masterpiece bandhani shawl with hand crocheted balls and tassels on all 4 corners. Royal raspberry plum and vibrant turquoise with curried dots. Shawl measures 84″ x 42″, 5″ hand crocheted balls and tassel;
Hand carved tribal wooden button neckpiece, The Floralopolis. A OOAK masterpiece design by Neelam Khatri. Plum wooden buttons and hand crocheted ranunculus flower atop soft gold and teal cord. Adjustable necklace 13″-56″ tie cord with tassels.