Kiridara Soft Organza Shawl

You’ll love it because: A secret technique makes this organza scarf incredibly soft! Diamond and flower patterns along the border symbolise beauty and wisdom!

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$130.00

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The Kiridara Silk Organza Shawl is a soft ,easy to wear silk shawl. The name Kiridara means highly-esteemed, celestial, or put simply — a super star! It features woven flowers and crab motifs in naturally dyed silk using indigenous plants and herbs.

We begin with organza, silk that still has natural serecin, a natural protective silk on silk fibres that gives a stiff texture. After weaving, we boil the entire scarf – this ‘secret’ technique removes the serecin and makes the silk fibres incredibly soft, like heavenly clouds.

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Color

Blue, Purple, White

Made by:

Mrs. Vaa

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