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Navy Blue Asymmetrical Organic Cotton Co-Ord Set

SKU : 5801274

$ 75.11

Shipping Days Local: 4-5 Days Internaltional: 8-9 Days

This navy blue asymmetrical organic cotton co-ord set is designed to provide both style and comfort

Made from organic cotton, this co-ord set is not only comfortable but also durable and sustainable

This co-ord set is perfect for any occasion, whether you're running errands or attending a formal event. The navy blue color and asymmetrical design of the kurta give it a fashionable edge, while the comfortable fit pant makes it practical for everyday wear

Slight variation in color is possible due to digital photography

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Colors: Navy Blue
Fabric: Cotton

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