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Article: The New Age Comfort - Kaftan

The New Age Comfort - Kaftan

A Kaftan, Also Known As A Caftan, Is An Ankle-Length Garment With Long, Flowing Sleeves. Originally, This Type Of Loose Dress Was A Long, Buttoned-Up Robe. Kaftans Were Traditionally Made Of Silk Or Cotton, With A Sash Or Belt Around The Waist And Elbow-Length Or Longer Sleeves.

Kaftans Are Available In A Wide Range Of Designs, Fabrics, And Colours And Can Be Transformed Into Anything You Want Them To Be, From Sleek And Sophisticated Wedding Gowns To Beach Party Dresses. This Extremely Versatile And Comfortable Piece Of Clothing Is The Ideal Travel Companion And Has Earned A Place In Every Woman'S Travel Bag And Summer Wardrobe. If You Don'T Have Any, We Guarantee You'Ll Fall In Love With One When You Buy It From Jhakhas.

This Is A Free Size Kaftan Dress. Pair Them With Chikankari Pants Or Jeans, Sharara Or Palazzo, They Will Look Just Wow. To Jazz Up Your Kaftan And Make It More Appropriate For All Occasions, Choose A More Fitted Design And A Piece Made Of Silk Or Another Luxurious Fabric.

Dress It Up With Jewellery (Such As A Silver Or Gold Belt) For More Formal Occasions. Jeweled Heels Will Help You Make A Fashionable Statement While Also Adding To The Luxurious Feel Of Your Ensemble.

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