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Cotton Abstract Strokes Print Sarong (India)
Comfortably cover up with this handmade sarong from India. In several beautifully bright colors, this sarong features an abstract strokes pattern and is crafted of cotton.
ITEM#: 13581965Comfortably cover up with this handmade sarong from India. In several beautifully bright colors, this sarong features an abstract strokes pattern and is crafted of cotton.
- Color options: Orange, pink, blue
- Pattern: Abstract strokes
- Dimensions: 70 inches long x 46 inches wide
One size fits most
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- 100-percent cotton
- Machine washable
- Model: 51003
Story Behind the Art:
These products are truly inspired by the rich and colorful Indian culture. Every piece is designed by up-coming designers of the country. Prints and colors are done by local artist working together in small villages. The creation of these charming designs allows these hardworking men and women to make a living while expressing their creativity. It is our great pleasure to support these local artists.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
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Hello lasmodacion! These sarongs are beautiful! Unfortunately, we don't have pants that are made from this same material. Item 14231675 has a comfortable feel with a variety of color options. I hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
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