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Heritage Design

The annual Desert Festival of Jaisalmer is one of the rare Indian festivals that is not religious in origin. One of the main attractions of the festival is the camel art competition where artists showcase such intricate, awe inspiring patterns on camel bodies. These are achieved by painstakingly shaving the camel’s hair over years.
Linen Camel Art

100% Natural Linen in a Superfine 70’s Lea Quality

Significantly finer linen than market standard of 40’s Lea makes this fabric softer to touch and gives a brighter whiteness.
Linen Camel Art
The wheel is one of the most prominent patterns in camel shavings. Did you know: achieving these patterns can take up to three full years, with natives cutting, dyeing, re-cutting the hair until they achieve the desired pattern and art. #meaningfuldesigns
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  • Super fine quality is okay but price is exorbitantly high.

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  • Super fine quality is okay but price is exorbitantly high.

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Hey, Can you show this tucked out? I would like to buy a linen shirt that can be tucked in and tucked out. Best, Abhishek
Answer:
Hey Abhishek, yes this looks great tucked in and out both. The fabric is super sharp for a linen fabric and we designed the style so that it looks great as a formal kind of linen shirt as well (tuck in with dark denims for example). And all linens always look great when tucked out. We dont have any photos to show you unfortunately. But don't worry, there's always our free returns with full money back...
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