ABOUT THE FABRIC
“Fluidly follows the movement of the body, creating a seductive, charming sheen.”
- an apt descrption of the Japanese Cupro Fabric
Cupro, a sustainable substitute of silk, commonly also known as the Vegan Silk. It is soft and smooth to touch and feels like a second skin. It is an eco-friendly fabric made using cotton linters, short fibers that protect the cotton seed. It glides smoothly on the skin and naturally absorbs and releases moisture. Being warm in winters and cool in summers make it the perfect fabric all reound the year. A fabric exuding elegance and gentleness, all at once had to be our choice for the debut Flona collection.
Tangled in Ten Twisted Tentacles!
Not just an example of alteration but the story of our Hibiscus.
Octobiscus- a happy fusion of Hibiscus and Octopus glides gracefully on the House Of Tamarind Cocktail Saree.
The precisely placed playful motif adds drama to the saree as well as the overall ensemble with the sudden burst of colors in the pleats when one walks.
Sway like Dandelion in the gentle breeze,
Or Float like a Jellyfish in Coral Reef.
The Danjellion is here to make you experience the best of both worlds
The word ‘beautiful’ finds another definition with ‘Flamingtus’ graciously blossoming on a House Of Tamarind Saree. The strategically placed Flamingtus batik artwork adds drama to the cocktail saree and adds to the overall quirk.
Let’s cherish the distinctive sight of earthly flowers swapping their habitat with the shells from the sea. The amphibian FLOSHELL creeper on the Cocktail Saree by House Of Tamarind elegantly embraces shells, nourishing them to blossom.
Marigold x Jellyfish
A quirky oceanic binary, Marjelly, hidden in the waters is always on the go. Beautiful and active, it strives to spread the marigold effect and be a support system for someone’s good.
Find your Marigold on a House of Tamarind Saree.