Sambalpuri Ikat Cotton Stole
“Bandhakala” popularly known as ikat is a resist dyeing technique originating from Odisha, India. In this technique, the threads are first tie-dyed and later woven into a fabric, with the entire process taking many weeks or months depending on the intricacies of the designs. The feather like, contrasting curvilinear designs are unique and found only in Odisha Handlooms.
A Sambalpuri stole wrapped around your shoulder increases your fashion quotient manifold.
- 2.4 metres * 0.5 metres