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Hand Brush Painted Kota Suits

Kota Suit – A Brief History

The word ‘Kota’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘cotton’. The term was used by the British for their cotton dress cloths during the 18th century. In India, the term Kota refers to a type of cotton fabric that has been woven with a simple pattern using an open weave technique.

Buy Hand-Painted Kota Doria Cotton Salwar Kameez, Saree Blouse Piece from us at affordable prices. Choose from our collection of hand-painted Kota dresses online. All our products are made with high-quality materials

We offer free shipping Pan India on all orders

We deliver across India through our network of partners and couriers. For more information about delivery charges and time frame, please visit our FAQ page.

What is Fabric Painting?

Fabric painting is a technique of applying paint to fabric. It’s an ancient art form that has been around for thousands of years and was used by the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Chinese, Japanese, Native Americans, and many other cultures.

Fabric painting involves taking a piece of fabric and dipping it into a mixture of pigment (paint) and water. Then you use brushes, sponges, fingers, or any other tool to apply the mixture onto the fabric. This process can be repeated several times until you get the desired effect.

How to wash Hand Painted fabric?

The hand-painted fabric should be washed separately from regular clothing. Washing them together will cause the dye to run and bleed. To clean the fabric, first, remove the tags and labels. Wash the fabric with cold water and detergent. Use a soft brush or sponge to gently rub off the excess dirt. Do not wring the fabric.

After washing, hang the item up to dry. If possible, do not put the hand-painted items near heat sources such as radiators, ovens, or stoves. Heat can fade the color of the fabric.

Why buy Hand-Painted fabric?

When buying hand-painted fabric, look for vibrant colors, patterns, and details. These characteristics make the product unique and special. Especially our White Cotton Salwar Suit. You may find these qualities in a variety of different fabrics. But if you want something truly one-of-a-kind, then choose the hand-painted fabric.

Product Specifications: Kota Doria Cotton Hand Brush Paint Saree with Unstitched Matching Blouse Piece –Trend In Need

Saree Length: 5.5 Meter Blouse Piece extra

Blouse Piece:- Unstitched Material

Note:-

Kota Doria is lightweight semi-transparent cotton and required lining before stitching. Many designs have lining given by Trend In Need. Color and Texture may have slight variation. This happens because of photography and your device’s color setting You can do a soft hand wash at home using cold water. To prevent chafing, precaution dip into salty water several times and then dry in soft sunlight or in an airy place. The color may bleed in the case of natural dyes. Printing imperfections may be noticeable because of hand block printing, and colors may fade or bleed when printed using the traditional dyeing and print­ing process.

Shipping Time: 4- 5  days as it’s a Handmade piece Printing process take time. Delivery time by Courier company: 5-7 days

Payment Terms: Paypal/Credit card / Debit Card

Returns Policy: We accept returns within 7 days of receipt of the order. Please contact us on Whatsapp in case of any issue and want to return the product.

Kota Doria Cotton Salwar Kameez and Kota Doria Cotton Saree at Trend In Need