Georgina Kaftan
Georgina Kaftan
Georgina Kaftan

Georgina Kaftan

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Kaftan in fine handwoven khadi voile cotton with belt.

Hand wash in cold water or dry clean.

Loose fitting shapes can easily worn from S-L using any size depending on the loose fit you want.

Khadi fabric, made in India is handwoven from locally grown native hand-spun cotton yarn. Khadi was a symbol of protest against foreign fabrics during the freedom struggle in India against colonization. Mahatma
Gandhi encouraged the handwoven cloth making and asked Indians to use
them in place of British mill-made fabric imported to India. The khadi fabric has remained as a symbol of nationalism in India and is still used by
men and women to make clothes
- the fabric is seen as a pure, locally made fine-looking fabric
carrying a rich legacy.

 

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