- Handloom White Floral Pants
Handwoven, soft and comfortable pencil pant in white with side slit and hand-block printed flowers.
Made on handloom cotton from Bengal, this fabric is extra light and comfortable for summers.
Bengal cotton is woven with the finest and most ancient weaving technique originating in the 15th century. It uses locally grown cotton, whose handspun yarn adds to the feather-like texture.
Summer In The City:
This city of Bangalore been a forever home to us - filled with happy memories of the city’s warm embrace.
You know it’s summer in Bangalore, when the tree tops and roads get carpeted with the most vivid hues.
It is this emotion that has inspired our newest summer collection of apparels - a tribute to the beautiful garden city of Bangalore in all its splendor!Choose from an array of hues - yellows, blues, greens and reds - made from pure handloom Bengal cotton with hand-block prints inspired by Bangalore’s flowers like Gulmohar, Bombax, Golden Shower, Neem trees and more.
Take a slice of Bangalore with you wherever you go.
A labour of love, Roz, is our very own collection of homegrown and handwoven apparel. It has been inspired by the art of surrounding ourselves with things made by hand, on a day-to-day basis.
Our collection has been crafted to suit our daily lives, cherish the beauty of everyday things and celebrate the rich textile heritage of India.
Soft, comfortable, handwoven casual wear woven by artisans from different clusters of India - we want handwoven to become an integral part of our daily lives.
Gently hand wash separately in cold water.
Dark shades may bleed during the first wash.
Every piece is designed and crafted by hand. Any unevenness in texture or embroidery is not a defect, but a characteristic of the handwoven product and a part of the process, that makes it unique.
We do not mass produce our clothes- each piece is specially tailored for you. We will dispatch your box of happiness within 5- 15 days of your order being placed.
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