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Cora Metallic Co-Ord Set - Champagne Gold

DTGPT3881

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INR. 16,000.00

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One of our most classic sets -  belted Taylor pants with a matching asymmetric top in a relaxed easy fit made in our luminous metallic cream-champagne finely pleated fabric. 

Size Guide :  Easily from XS to  XXL

Length of pants - 37 inches , Waist expandable via soft elastic 24 - 40 , Flair at bottom - 15"

Length of top - 24 inches - 26 inches as the top is asymmetric 

Fabric - finely Pleated mettalic polyester

Delivery 5 - 7 Days

For any queries, please drop us a mail at mail@shopscarletsage.com or whatsapp on +919167354954

 

CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR PLEATED GARMENTS 

Hand Wash, Cold water wash,  Gentle Detergent, Flat Dry. 

No wringing, No Tumble dry, No dry Clean, No harsh detergents. 

Storage : roll in the direction of the pleats and store. This is the best way to maintain pleating over time. Also the best way to pack for travel.

Precautions :  Gentle hand held steaming can be done to iron out creases with steamer 2 inches away from the fabric.  This will loosen the pleat a little but does not affect the life of the garment or the look and fit of it.

RETURNS & REFUNDS

We accept returns only when notified within 48 hours of receiving the product.

Please notify us with a mail to mail@shopscarletsage.com with RETURNS in the subject line, stating the reason for return. The item to be returned may then be couriered to us via a trackable courier which needs to reach us within 7 days of you receiving your order. If the order is received back in perfect condition, with the tag attached a credit note of the amount will be issued which is valid for 3 - 6 months. 

We do not offer refunds unless there is a fulfilment error, incorrectly shipped items or missed items. 

Please note that we try our very best to showcase the design and colour of our clothing collections. We request you to buy mindfully so that returns are largely avoided.