$59.00 USD

Our Kamalika Tunic is hand embroidered by women artisans in Northern India in the shadow-work style known as “Chikankari”. Chikankari is a delicate and artfully done hand embroidery technique that women in this region have been doing for generations. Featuring a beautiful blue color, this style can be worn with leggings, jeans, and skirts. 

  • Available in two sizes, S/M and L/XL
  • The S/M runs more on the medium side but would definitely fit a small as a loose fit. 
  • This beautiful 100% cotton tunic is designed for a comfortable and elegant fit.
  • Very lightweight and perfect for spring/summer.
  • Pairs great with a white cami underneath for added lining. 
  • Care instructions: machine wash cold, line drying is recommended. 

Check our sizing chart to see how it will fit you. 

Our collection of fair trade home goods, accessories and clothing are made with the finest natural materials using traditional craft techniques, which are passed down from generation to generation. By providing a sustainable livelihood to these artisan communities, we help to ensure that these artisans, and their craft traditions, can continue to flourish. Our suppliers are a Member of the Fair Trade Federation.

Fair Trade + Socially Responsible + Providing work to craftsmen and women in India


Meet the Artisans: 

Our fair trade clothing is made by women embroidery artisans in Northern India, who do the fine hand-embroidery in their homes. This gives them the freedom and flexibility to work when it is convenient for them while earning a sustainable livelihood from their craft.  With the savings earned from this work, these women form their own micro-finance groups, so they can handle any financial needs without resorting to high-interest money lenders.

Every purchase of our products directly benefits these artisan groups and enables them to pass their rich traditions on to the next generation. It also helps to ensure that these women artisans gain greater economic and social freedom and can effect lasting changes in their lives, the lives of their children, and their communities.