Matka


Regular price $48.99
 Description With almond slivers that dance atop warm, deep-hued rounds of delectable taste and saffron aroma, the Gulab Jamun fills Bangladeshi streets with abundance as the most well-loved dessert. Embracing this delightful treat in the design, this scarf includes 100% natural materials including acacia catechu in the shibori, or fold dyeing technique.
Dimensions 13 Inch x 68 Inch
Styling In the deep tan of a sizzling Gulab Jamun, this scarf adds a bold flair to any jeans and T-shirt look for the day-time and to any cocktail dress look for the night-time.
Material Bangladeshi organic hand crafted soft silk
Artisans Soma, Momtaz, Polob and his team
Fabric Source Bangladesh
 Description
With almond slivers that dance atop warm, deep-hued rounds of delectable taste and saffron aroma, the Gulab Jamun fills Bangladeshi streets with abundance as the most well-loved dessert. Embracing this delightful treat in the design, this scarf includes 100% natural materials including acacia catechu in the shibori, or fold dyeing technique.
Dimensions 13 Inch x 68 Inch
Styling In the deep tan of a sizzling Gulab Jamun, this scarf adds a bold flair to any jeans and T-shirt look for the day-time and to any cocktail dress look for the night-time.
Material Bangladeshi organic hand crafted soft silk
Artisans Soma, Momtaz, Polob and his team
Fabric Source Bangladesh
 Description The Matka, or earthen pot, is the centerpiece of a Bangladeshi kitchen. More than a deep-hued basin, the matka is essential for storing water during the summer for the clay’s cooling and purifying quality. This scarf, of 100% natural materials including olive, in Bamboo dyeing technique, captures the matka’s earth-tone and the glistening water inside.
Dimensions 13 Inch x 68 Inch
Styling With radiance and luster from the streaming water design atop the earth color, this scarf adds a natural flair to any jeans and T-shirt look for the day-time and to any cocktail dress look for the night-time.
Material Bangladeshi hand crafted soft silk
Artisans Soma, Momtaz, Polob and his team
Fabric Source Bangladesh