TWO - multi cotton isha caftan
This so-chic Isha Caftan from New York-based label Two is sleek enough to work as an easy beach cover-up and as an after-dark maxi. Pair it with an armful of silver bangles to play up its boho vibe.
 
 
  • -Hand woven cotton.
  • -Semi sheer.
  • -Machine Wash. Gentle Cycle Cold.
  • -Hang dry.
  • -Dry clean recommended.

 

Made from one-of-a-kind hand loomed textiles in India and handmade in Brooklyn, New York. The collection embodies Indian influences evolving from the traditional sari.

 

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