Cambric 60’s White Chikankari Top Kurta



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With arms at sides, place tape measure under your arms and run it around the fullest part of the bustline and across the shoulder blades.


Find the natural crease of your waist by bending to one side. Run tape measure around your natural waistline, keeping one finger between the tape and your body for a comfortable fit.


With feet together, run tape measure around the fullest part of your hips/seat, about 7 to 8 inches below your waistline.


For full-length pants, run tape measure along the inside of your leg, from just below the crotch to about 1 inch below the ankle.

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White Chikankari Top Kurta

Sizes Available 36-46

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What is Cambric 60’s White Chikankari Top Kurta?

Cambric 60’s, lightweight, closely woven, plain cotton cloth first made in Cambrai, France, and originally a fine linen fabric. Printed cambric was used in London by 1595 for bands, cuffs, and ruffs. … Cambric may be bleached or dyed in the piece. Lower qualities have a smooth, bright finish.

How do you identify Cambric fabric?
It may be piece dyed or bleached and is lint-free and quite mercerized. Cambric 60’s White Chikankari Top Kurta is weaved in a slightly different way as compared to other fabrics. It usually involves the weaving of twisted, short linen or cotton fibers. These fibers are typically raw i.e. neither dyed nor bleached.
Cambric is a type of finely woven linen or cotton cloth that is specially treated to create a glossy, stiff appearance. True cambric can be difficult to find, as a result of the rising popularity of other textiles. When cambric can be found, it tends to be of poor quality. Consumers purchasing cambric for use in projects should look for tight, even weaving, a crisp texture, and a shiny upper side. A variation on cambric, chambray, is much more widely distributed. Both types of fabric are named after Cambrai, a city in Northern France that contributed to the development of cambric.

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36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46


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