Cotton but BETTER
Kota Doria is an age-old Indian textile produced in the Kota district of Rajasthan. The Doria or threads are finely interweaved to make khat-like check patterns. The dupatta is translucent and adds a delicate feeling to the whole outfit and brings it together. It's cotton, but better to drape!
The dupattas are generally more easy-going for lighter days or those brunches you get together for with your friends. The simple floral designs or patchwork done over the dupatta makes them unique and simple to style.
What we love most about the dupattas is how easily it makes any plain-jane outfit immediately come alive. The best part is how you can style the same dupatta with different colours.
Easily wrap this dupatta twice to go for a nice, summery look and pair it with a short Kurti and your classic skinny blue jeans and pair of flats. Finish your look with messy bun and maybe an anklet. Throw on some makeup and we're sure, you'll look fantastic.