SAVE AN EXTRA 10% on all sale! Use code ASALE18. Offer ends midnight Monday

Ajrak Endless Stars Dress

Size Guide
Originating from Sindh and Gujarat in the Indus Valley, traditional Ajrak block printing involves many stages to build the detailed, geometric patterns for which the style is famous. The use of indigo dye is also typical, and is perhaps where the style pf printing acquired its name: from the Arabic word for blue, ‘Azrak’. This contemporary example of the traditional cloth is hand-blocked in Ajrakhpur, Gujarat with an Ajrak print requiring 24 different processes of resist printing, dyeing and washing. A generous, flaring cotton dress with ¾-sleeves and round neck. 5 coconut-shell buttons to front
Delivery Information:
We Recommend
More Like This
Lehenga Cotton Dress Lehenga Cotton Dress £75
Indore Bird Dress Indore Bird Dress £40
Gigi Dress Gigi Dress £180
Patchwork Print Jersey Dress SALEPROMOICON Patchwork Print Jersey Dress £60 £30
Paro Asymmetric Dress SALEPROMOICON Paro Asymmetric Dress £170 £85
Akumal Wrap Dress SALEPROMOICON Akumal Wrap Dress £85 £40
Havana Dress SALEPROMOICON Havana Dress £100 £50
Saint-Germain Dress SALEPROMOICON Saint-Germain Dress £175 £85
Agra Reversible Skirt SALEPROMOICON Agra Reversible Skirt £60 £30
Shalimar Cotton Sundress SALEPROMOICON Shalimar Cotton Sundress £75 £35
Dhuri Embroidered Dress Dhuri Embroidered Dress £60
Jamui Printed Dress Jamui Printed Dress £100
Taza Dress NEWICON Taza Dress £95
Maharashtra Embroidered Dress Maharashtra Embroidered Dress £85
Lida Cotton Dress Lida Cotton Dress £75
Saratov Cotton Cord Dress Saratov Cotton Cord Dress £65
Lucca Jacquard Dress NEWICON Lucca Jacquard Dress £130
Kansai Wool Dress Kansai Wool Dress £190
Mae Jacquard Skirt Mae Jacquard Skirt £90
Become a Culture Vulture VIP & receive 15% off

By signing up you agree to recieve email newsletters from Culture Vulture. We will never share your information with anyone. You can unsubscribe at any time.