One of the signature styles of Saye, this jewel neck Guzel Kaftan s made from %100 hand spun & hand woven cotton. The symbols are representing the evil eye that means good wealth and beauty in Turkish Culture. This is a statement piece which is missing from your Summer wardrobe!
FABRIC & CARE:
-This Kaftan is handcrafted in an artisan way and each piece is unique, so it may have slight imperfections in color or fabric.
-Made in Turkey
-This model is 180 cm and is wearing a size S (EU)
-This fabric hand woven in Turkey
-%100 handwoven cotton
-We recommend that you make use of professional dry-cleaning or to take care of your garment.
-Please steam ironing and do not tumble dry.
-This kaftan is 100% domestic production and is produced in a business that works in accordance with ethical values.
-This dress is made of a 100% handwoven cotton. It has a seamless shoulders, a closed-front neckline, a deep back neckline and an adjustable waistband.
The word Saye used in ancient Turkish means a shadow or to help.
Saye ARTISAN was established in 2019 with a great intention of keeping the local artisanship alive. Traditional elements fused with uniquely drafted patterns, every piece of Saye is designed with a simple vision; building a better future for you, us and our skilled women weavers.
In the old/ancient times, women in Anatolia embroidered the subjects they were afraid to talk about with motifs on rugs and fabrics. Our skilled craftsmen, who still weave by these traditional methods, created these motifs on our products, so that each one of them has its own story. Takes inspiration from the past and seeds for the future; Saye ARTISAN is blending the Anatolian heritage with simplicity to build a unique wardrobe. From everyday-use Kaftans to voluminous statement pieces, the brand's constant inspiration is the effortless beauty of Anatolian women.
-Saye Artisan 100% Cotton pieces are made by talented artisans using traditional hand spinning & looming techniques. These techniques, which are about to be forgotten today, have been used and mastered by generations in their villages.