This shoulder bag is made from mixed cotton fabric with hand embroidered mirror work and cotton lining inside. one pocket inside no pocket outside. Ample space to keep most of your essentials. The Kutch Embroidery is a handicraft and textile signature art tradition of the tribal community of kutch district in Gujarat. This embroidery with its rich designs has made a notable contribution to the Indian embroidery traditions. The embroidery, practiced normally by women is generally done on fabrics of cotton, in the form of a net using cotton or silk thread.
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Celebrating crafts, heritage and cultural ecology of the Kachchh region of Gujarat. We curate best products of master craftsmanship from artisans working with various craft processes of the region including woven & printed textiles, leather crafts, lacquered wooden crafts, metal crafts, embroideries and more.
Kutch Ji Chhap is an in-house curated brand by itokri that presents both textile and non-textile products to your service. Here, we celebrate the crafts, heritage, and cultural ecology of the Kachchh region of Gujarat. We curate the best products of master craftsmanship from artisans working with various craft processes of the region including woven & printed textiles, leather crafts, lacquered wooden crafts, metal crafts, embroideries, and more.
Kutchi Embroidery Craft
Kutch work embroidery is done with silk or woolen thread using fine stitches to create detailed and elaborate patterns. Motifs and designs draw inspiration from romantic, architectural, and human motifs, as well as Persian and Mughal art.
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The shoulder bag is small enough to fit comfortably under your arm and is designed to carry all your essentials (purse, lipstick, sunglasses, phone, etc) all day long.
You should regularly move your bag from your left hand to your right hand or shoulder. Putting too much weight on one side of the body for a long period of time causes the spine to bend, causing symptoms of back pain.
Perhaps the first difference between a handbag and a shoulder bag is the size, and that's what people think of first when talking about it. Another difference is in the number of straps, and although a shoulder bag can sometimes have two, it usually has one, while a handbag has two.