Crafted in natural yarns of organza silk, this stole is dyed using marigold flowers. It is equal parts fluid and structured, which means effortless drape and fall, every time. At Peepultree, we are fascinated by nature and all that it has to offer. Eco-dyeing or Eco-printing is a form of natural dyeing where the colours from parts of the plant are transferred to another object such as paper or fabric via steaming or boiling. These handmade eco-dyed stoles, have been made by Mulya, which has helped keep an age-old tradition of art and craft alive by empowering the women artisans of Uttarakhand, who have crafted this piece. Now you can choose from a wonderful collection of eco-dyed stoles on PeepulTree, to complement your attire of choice. On Peepul Tree, you will find an assortment of Indian textiles from the far corners of India. These arts are iconic as they represent centuries-old traditions, and use natural material inspired by the land they come from.
Care Instruction-Professional dry clean only.
Return Policy-All requests for returns must be initiated by the customer within 48 hours of receiving the product. Any request received outside the 48 hour window will not be considered for a return and refund. To initiate a return, please send us an email at email@example.com. Please ensure the merchandise is unused, unworn, undamaged, and in its original condition with all the tags and labels intact. Please refer to our standard return policy for more details.
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