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Organic Cotton Yellow Jabla with an Indigo Check Angarakha and Pants

Original price Rs. 2,750.00 - Original price Rs. 2,750.00
Original price Rs. 2,750.00
Rs. 2,750.00
Rs. 2,750.00 - Rs. 2,750.00
Current price Rs. 2,750.00

The brightest summer Jabla set for your little one 

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  • Fabric and Care
  • 100% organic cotton sleeveless Jabla top, hand-block printed with AZO-free colours.

    100% organic cotton Angarakha top that is hand block printed by traditional Ajrakh artisans in naturally hypoallergenic indigo colour. The Angarakha comes with tie-up closures and flat seams for convenient wearing and a better fit. 

    100% organic cotton checkered pants, hand-block printed by traditional Ajrakh artisans and dyed with natural Indigo colour.

    Elasticated waistband and bottom hem.

  • A set crafted for comfort that will brighten up your little one's wardrobe. The yellow, sleeveless Jabla top is made with 100% organic cotton. It is designed with an envelope neck to make it convenient to slip it on your baby. The Jabla is hand-block printed with AZO-free colours. 

    The Angarakha top is also made with 100% organic cotton and is hand-block printed with a hypoallergenic, natural indigo colour. The top comes with tie-up closures and flat seams for convenient wearing and a better fit.

    The pants are naturally dyed with Indigo. They are checkered with an elastic waistband and bottom hem. 

    Mama Tips: Traditional Indian Jablas have stood the test of time. They are the ideal summer-wear for our little ones during those hot days.  And now, they're not only useful but super-duper adorable too!

  • Made with 100% organic cotton. The top is printed with AZO-free colours. The pants and Angarakha are naturally dyed with Indigo.

    Machine or hand wash with gentle soap in cold water with similar colours. Do not bleach. Do not soak. Dry in shade. Do not dry-clean. Warm iron as required. It is recommended to wash the product before first use to remove excess dyes. The fabric will become softer with each wash. Indigo dyes are highly sensitive to citric content or lime, thus care should be taken accordingly. Long exposure to sunlight may cause fading over time.