White Lace Off-White Top - Salt.Mango.Tree
White Lace Off-White Top - Salt.Mango.Tree
White Lace Off-White Top - Salt.Mango.Tree
White Lace Off-White Top - Salt.Mango.Tree

White Lace Off-White Top

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An instant favourite here at Salt.Mango.Tree. A very je nais se quoi off-white button-down top constructed from organic cotton indigenous to India. We are in love with the mandarin collar, puffed sleeves with 2 colour dyed yarn detail, the wooden buttons and the perfectly placed ‘danas’ or beads detailing giving it a very elegant and old-world charm.

The ‘danas’ or beads are weaved into the fabric using a 700-year-old unique weaving technique called Tangalia. This weaving technique is usually seen on shawls and the beads range from a few dots to a more elaborate arrangement by using cotton or wool yarn.

Worn here with our Blue Twill Pleated Pants.


Top is 63 cm long.

True to size.

Model is 169 cm and wears a size S.

Write to us at orders@saltmangotree.com.au for sizing queries.



Made in India.

100% Handwoven Organic Cotton

Gentle machine wash in cold water using a mild, no bleach detergent.

Line dry in shade. Do not bleach. Low heat Iron.

A versatile top that you can easily wear to work or play. Switch up your accessories and see how this beauty shines!

“Tangalia”, or the art of dotted splendour, is used on raw and undyed organic cotton fabric to make this artisanal top. Undyed organic cotton, typically known as “Kora” carries a natural calming texture, handwoven by the skilled artisans of Kachchh, India.

CROW is a woman-owned and led, contemporary Indian brand, founded in 2011 by Shaila Khubchandani. It reflects functionality, hope for the environment, and inclusive communities. The brand is an amalgamation of traditional and modern sensibility. Crow harnesses the craftsmanship and knowledge of the artisan and translates it into wearable, artistic, and meaningful clothing. Crow works with many weaving communities across India who work with sustainable and non-power based traditional processes and tools similar to those seen in the 19th century making their textiles timeless and eco-friendly.

Each garment is a culmination of an empathetic partnership between designer, artisan, and "karigar". The brand attempts to add a touch of luxury and ignite a perception of exquisite beauty towards the traditional cotton fabrics.