The Pattu pavadai or Langa davani is one of the traditional dresses in South India for young girls and children. Pattu means "silk" in southern parts of India. The pavadai (or pavada) is a tube- or cone-shaped garment that hangs down from the waist to the toe and is usually woven using silk.
Age: up to 2 years
Pretty bondi blue pattu lehenga with dark blue and zari borders.
Traditional floral and cone shaped zari work lines are woven all over the skirt.
Rectangular shape neckline matching blouse.
Puffed short sleeves with gypsy bells.
Long skirt is with adjustable waist and length.
Skirt is stitched with inner slip, cotton is used as lining of the lehenga.
Puffed short sleeves with gypsy bells
Long Skirt Length : 69 cm
Top length : 35 cm
Chest : 29 cm (around the armpits)
Perfectly suits your baby girl for all traditional occasions and make her look charming!!
Note: Slight variation in color is possible