Have you checked out the recent collection of W? The spring summer collection of W has launched their first story Tatva recently on stores and online. Let’s find out more about this new range of W kurtas.
We all know about Batik, right? It was developed long back by Javanese ethnic group in Indonesia and it’s famous for its pattern, technique, and the quality of workmanship. Batik is basically a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to cloth. Tatva is a very contemporary mix of batik and Indonesian pottery motifs in a warm, earthy palette.
The prints used for Tatva is basically batik inspired motifs in the Indonesian style. You will find very fine earthy monochromes with hints of gold to give an enriched look. Colors like new chilli pepper, new tapioca, new parasailing, new sunflower, dark grey, jet black and gold has been used to showcase the story with fresh earthy batiks and warm solids.
These are classy long length kurtas with gold design elements which is perfect for an occasional wear. Made of rayon, cotton flax and poly shantung these long slimline kurtas have easy blocking that are quite evolved in aesthetics. Easy silhouettes in a wide mix and match of borders and gold khadi prints, Tatva kurtas are apt for a desi diva look. You can also go for the monochrome skirts from the story as it will go perfectly with almost every kurta from the range.