- Look amazing adorning this green color Anarkali gown in georgette material embellished with gamthi embroidery, mirror, and pearl work.
- The gown comes with crepe inner material.
- The green gown is semi-stitched can be customized up to 42 inches and the gown length is 58 inches.
- Green color gown with gamthi work look amazing traditional can be worn at festivals like Navratri.
- Disclaimer: This gown will not come with a can-can, bottom, and dupatta.
Green Gamthi Work Georgette Festive Wear Gown
|Silhouette / Shape:||Shift|
|Wash Care:||Dry Clean Only|
|Occasion:||Engagement, Evening, Festival, Party|
|Work Details:||Mirror Work, Pearl Work, Thread Embroidery|
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Delivery & Exchange
- Easy one-time exchange is available within two days of delivery. No exchange/returns for customized / custom size stitched orders.
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- We will ship your replacement after we receive and verify the returned product.
- Shipping time for the semi-stitched products is 8-10 days and shipping time for customized products is 10-15 days.
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