Bojagi Shirt Dress

7,180MRP (Incl. of all taxes)
Bojagi Shirt Dress 
Made using precious handwoven textiles in cotton and Jamdani, this unique Shirt Dress has been patched together using a traditional Korean bojagi technique with kantha hand-embroidery and jaali stitch.

Bojagi - a wrapping or covering cloth - represents “the wrapping of luck.” Ancient Koreans believed that the process of sewing pieces of fabric together to make a Bojagi was considered a way of asking for good luck, happiness and a long life.

The beauty from the long and slow process of hand-stitching is what makes this Bojagi Shirt Dress a special and timeless piece. The embroidery has been done by women from Shakti Samuh, after a series of upskilling sessions with the Nila studio team. Each stitch infuses the fabric with affection and carries wishes for the well-being and happiness of the wearer.

Style the Bojagi Shirt Dress on its own or pair it with a salwar or wrap trousers for a more formal, put-together look.

Country of Origin: India

Manufactured by: Lady Bamford Foundation
C-86, Prithviraj Road, C-scheme,Jaipur - 302001

In case of Consumer Complaints:
Contact: Lady Bamford Foundation, address as above
Tel.: +91 8290366140

Domestic: Delivery in 2-3 weeks.

International: Delivery in 3-4 weeks.

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