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Neera Indigo Salwar Pants

Rs. 1,400.00

  • Description
  • Neera Indigo Salwar Pants

    Fabric: 100% Cotton

    Wash Care -Hand Wash Separately

    Color - Indigo

    Fit - Regular Fit

    Technique: Dabu Print

    Product Category - Bottom Pants

     Product Description :Pleated full length pants inspired by a traditional indian salwar. It comes with comfortable elasticated waistband, side pockets and minimal quilting around the hemline.Made using leftover fabric as part of our #ZeroWaste range. . Pair it up with your tunics, strappy cami or crop tops for those indo-western kinda days!

    Size Worn by Model: S

    Model's height: 5.7"

  • Garment size chart in inches
  • Measurement Bust Waist Shoulder Sleeve Length Full Length Hip
    XS


    S 28 37.5
    M
    30 38
    L
    32 38.5
    XL
  • Shipping & Returns
  • Shipping Policy

    • Domestic Shipping Info - 10 Working days from the date of placing your order for Indian order. Free shipping for all domestic orders above Rs.999
    • International Shipping Info - 12 Working days from the date of placing your order.
    • International Returns are not accepted unless received damaged in transit.
    • Domestic Return Info - Returns accepted within 10 days of delivery.
    • Domestic Refund Info - No refund only exchange

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