Kaveri Ivory Capri - Classic Fit
Punjammies lounge pants
The Kaveri print features timeless black and ivory florals weaving in and out in a zebra-like pattern. Trimmed with an elegant Banarasi border.
Fabric and Care
- 100% Cotton
- Machine wash on gentle cycle with cool water, line dry
- Side pockets
- Trimmed with an elegant Banarasi border
- Elasticized waistband with a fabric drawstring trimmed with wooden beads
- Natural Waist
- Model is wearing size small
* Please note that all sales are final and this item cannot be returned/exchanged
- lounge pants
Comfortable, classy & perfect for office to after hours!! I get so many complements on my Sudara purchases!!! I now have five pairs and love them all!!
Kaveri Ivory Capri
This is my second pair of these capris. Love the pattern. The first one I got was a large and the second pair was a medium. The medium looks better for my size (10) and height, 5’3” although the large is quite comfy.
Perfect and so pretty
So delighted to see this in person. Lovely and the fit is amazing - I went down a size when realizing my medium capris were too large for me. I get so many compliments when wearing my Sudara.
Bought these on sale, because I love Sudara pants and couldn't resist. Not crazy about the print but a black shirt classes them up enough that I feel comfortable wearing them for running errands and such.
Second time around...
After several years of loving wear, my initial Kaveri capris got torn, so I hopped over to buy a replacement pair. The new design has one advantage over the old - the elastic waist fits better than the old all-drawstring style, and I think it reduces some of the bulk of the original pair - BUT I was disappointing to see that the cuff border, which was made of wide, gorgeous, maybe even vintage sari trim on my original pair, has been replaced by a thin, cheap, mass-produced mainstream gold-and black ribbon, which makes the pants less unique and interesting by far. I'm considering taking the new ones to a seamstress to see if she can swap over the old border onto them, but it's a shame.