Shibori print dress is widely acknowledged to be one of the oldest dyeing techniques in Japan, most popular in the ancient Edo time when lower-class people were prohibited from wrapping themselves in silk. It is an age-old Japanese dye-printing procedure, escorting back to the 7th century. The word finds its source from the Japanese verb shibori, indicating “to turn, compress, strain.” Anomalous patterns are formed by wrapping, folding, stitching, and restraining cloth using rope, rubber straps, clips, wooden slabs, etc.
The use of these contraptions prevents areas from being overfilled with dye, while the rest of the loosened sections take up the color of the dye that the cloth is soaked in, thereby providing astounding dissimilar tones to the cloth. The alike dyeing routine, if kept recurring, will eternally produce remarkable, unusual patterns. The ingenious subtleties that appear are the strange charm of shibori print dress. The only barrier to the sorts of designs likely to be obtained is the creation of the person meshing in this shibori fabric procedure. In other words, the number of sequences one can make by this dyeing routine is immeasurable.
You can buy Shibori dresses online from the online portal of Idalia. We have curated this prints/patterns section just for you keeping your choices and wants in mind. You can also find Shibori kurta, and tops available on our website www.idalia.in and buy online. These can be paired with bottoms of your choice and can also be worn to your office or on brunch with friends. Our artisans use various ancient methods in the making of these outfits. Find these on Idalia and give your wardrobe a modernized ethnic makeover. Happy shopping!
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