Antik Batik Shorts For Women
Multicolored cotton printed shorts from Antik Batik featuring a front button fastening, an all-over print, a short length and two front pockets.
Multicoloured cotton floral-embroidered shorts from Antik Batik.
White cotton belted short shorts from Antik Batik featuring a waistband with belt loops, a concealed front fastening, a belted waist, two front pockets and a short length.
White and multicolor Antik Batik high-rise mini shorts with geometric embroidery throughout and zip closure at side. Designer size 40.
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Woven cotton shorts * Belt loops * Removable twisted belt with tassel tips * Pleats at front * Darting at back * Logo detail at back * Tonal topstitching and panel seaming * Hidden hook with zip fly closure *Measurements:* * Rise: 11" Inseam: 2.5"; taken from size 38/S * Model's height is 5' 9"
A pair of sequin-covered shorts from the specialists in boho luxury at Antik Batik. This piece fills a one-of-a-kind spot in your wardrobe, and is sure to generate lots of complements. Fabric: Sequined mesh Shorts Knee length Covered elastic at waist Slant hip pockets Lined Shell: 100% polyester Lining: 100% cotton Dry clean Imported, India Style # ANTKB40541 Measurements from size 38 Rise: 12.5in / 32cm Inseam: 11in / 28cm
- Antik Batik multicolored Sharlen shorts- Embroidered cotton-gauze- Belt loops sequin embellishments fully lined- Concealed button hook and zip fastening at front- 100% cotton- Hand wash- Imported
Shorts Cotton Canvas Fully lined Button and concealed zip fastening at front Machine wash Imported Embroidered Tassels Belt loops
- Antik Batik white orange and navy shorts - Embroidered cotton-blend - Fully lined - Concealed hook and zip fastening at side - 75% cotton 25% nylon; trims: 100% polyester; lining: 100% cotton- Dry clean
Shorts Canvas Cotton Belt loops Fully lined Concealed button fastening at front Concealed zip fastening along front Hand wash Imported Embroidered
A stylish take on the classic bermuda short, this beaded pair hangs off the hips for a slouchy, on-trend fit. After studying French design in Paris, Gabriella Cortese opted for the road less traveled and left the fashion world for Tibet, where she discovered the art of batik. Her love of Eastern design techniques led to an exploration of bandhani and embroidery, and the creation of her collection, Antik Batik.
After studying French design in Paris, Gabriella Cortese opted for the road less traveled and left the fashion world for Tibet, where she discovered the art of batik. Her love of Eastern design techniques led to an exploration of bandhani and embroidery, and the creation of her collection, Antik Batik.