Batik Prints Skirts

Batik Printed Skirts By iTokri: The Best Out There

Batik skirt…. doesn’t sound that familiar right? But, if you’re one of those who don’t, we are glad to inform you that these are the skirts that enhance the beauty of your wardrobe and outfit at the same time. Yes, those modern yet traditional looks that every college-going girl loved over were entirely the magic of Batik printed skir...

Batik Printed Skirts By iTokri: The Best Out There

Batik skirt…. doesn’t sound that familiar right? But, if you’re one of those who don’t, we are glad to inform you that these are the skirts that enhance the beauty of your wardrobe and outfit at the same time. Yes, those modern yet traditional looks that every college-going girl loved over were entirely the magic of Batik printed skirts. These are nothing but printed long dresses that you can wear with a slightly fitted t-shirt and become a head-turner quickly.

The Classy Look That Batik Skirts Give!

These printed skirts come in various designs, patterns, and colours. These are long cotton skirts, and you can surely wear these long cotton skirts for summer. We bring these skirts in Batik print design at reasonable rates, starting from below a thousand rupees only, which is not a lot to ask. Our Batik print fabric is always pure cotton, making our skirts such a rage. If you don’t like wearing these long skirts but love the Batik print, no worries; we also have wrap-around skirts in Batik print. The ethnic print on a wrap-around skirt will make for a tremendous Indo-Western look. Why dress boring when you can take things up a notch and look stunning by just playing with fabrics and styles. If you go to any social media platform, you will find all fashionistas wearing Indo-western clothing and completely rocking it, and you can be one of them too.

What, Where, When: Batik Print

Batik printing became popular in Kachchh, Gujarat. But actually, it originated on the Java Island of Indonesia.  Dipping blocks make batik prints in wax, and initially, the blocks used to be dipped in hot pilot seed oil. The wax is applied to resist the colour from spreading where it is not intended to extend, and then the wax is removed with boiling water, and artisans repeat the process if multiple colours are needed. Batik artisans are trying to make their craft more saleable by adopting different blocks and patterns; in a way, they are trying to modernise their art. With the help of research and some investments, Batik craft will be sustained, that is for sure.

Products To Explore and Try From iTokri

Since you’re here and Mother’s Day is also around the corner, you should check out our Mom’s Day Gifts. We don’t want to ruin your moment, so go on, see for yourself. You can thank us later. Although we have specially curated gift hampers waiting for you, a hint doesn't hurt. It's really hot and humid these days; if you want something more practical, you can check out our Batik shorts; we recommend these as they are stylish yet comfortable. Imagine something as airy as shorts but with our rich Batik print; worth it, right? Also there are different collections of fabrics online like cotton dress material, handloom sarees online, and many more.

FAQs

  1.     What is a Batik print?

It is a technique that uses a block of fabric or material dipped in wax to create various patterns. Different prints and colours are opted for making the material more special.

  1.     Are Batik printed skirts expensive?

No, they are very pocket-friendly. You can get them here at iTokri since they are around a thousand rupees only.

  1.     Why are printed skirts unique from other dresses?

When we want our attire to be simple, we choose plain materials. But adding a print, which makes it quite simple yet fancy at the same time will be better visually. Some print fabric is always better than plain fabric. 

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