Black Tie and Dye Dress


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This product is available on cash on delivery(COD)

# Tie And Dye

# A – Line Comfort Fit

# Made with Dabu Technique

Black is beautiful! This stylish rayon dress has a cotton ‘shibori’ i.e. Japanese tie and dye technique yoke with contrast red accents.

Earthlike works with handmade fabrics made by Indian artisans and craftsmen. It breathes well and will keep you cosy in all weather conditions. The natural dyes used on most of the fabrics are skin friendly and they provide rustic colour pallet. Handmade products have their own charm

Also note that handmade products are not precise. They are not error free. There may be colour difference with every batch. Natural dyes may run at first wash. But it will bring nice faded effect to cloths.

Buying handmade products will keep Traditional Indian arts and crafts alive.

Care Instructions

# Reverse Handwash in cold water with mild detergent

# Do not dry clean

# Line dry in shade

# Do not bleach

# Iron on medium heat

# Do not wring or scrub.

# Handle with love and care.

Weight 1.5 kg

8-10 Yrs, 6-8 Yrs, 5-6 Yrs, 4-5 Yrs, 3-4 Yrs, 2-3 Yrs




The Earth is the biggest source of energy. It is the origin. “Earthlike” literally means having essence of the earth. The essence can be in the form of nature, culture, tradition, people, crafts; the list is infinite.

“Earthlike” is a lifestyle label launched by Kirti, textile graduate from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, along with her husband Anup an architect by profession who has pursued master’s degree in management from UNSW, Australia.

We love Indian traditional arts and crafts! Most of them use sustainable and eco-friendly processes to create an art. We want to make people aware of our age-old traditions and bring them back in today’s trends. 

We care for mother nature! We hope you do it too.

Why Earthlike?

  • Fusion of Indian Traditional Crafts and Contemporary Designs
  • Natural Dyes
  • Natural Fibers
  • Support to Local Artisans
  • Ethical Craftsmanship
  • Sustainable Practices

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