ABOUT US


The Finest Block Prints & Weaves from India

An ethnic contemporary wear brand for the urban Indian, Cotton Cottage® offerings include the finest weaves and block prints from India, customized to meet your wardrobe needs for every occasion. Our commitment to authentic handmade goodness sees us sourcing natural fabrics to create style that’s high-on- comfort. We blend indigenous craft techniques with contemporary designs to bring aesthetic and affordable products to today’s consumers.


What we add to your Wardrobe

Our collection includes a range of Indian wear such as kurtas, pyjamas/salwars and jackets for both, men and women in addition to dupattas, leggings, Patiala salwars, chudidars and saris in a variety of Cottons and Silks. Indo-western fusion wear such as skirts, tops, shorts, wraparounds and pants are also an essential part of our collection for those who prefer the comfort of Western silhouettes along with the charm of authentic handmade fabrics.

Our entire product range for Women and Men are available in the following arts and crafts:
Prints : Block Prints | Sanganeri | Bagru | Batik | Dhabu | Kalamkari | Khadi Print | Ajrakh
Dyes : Indigo Dyes | Napthol Dyes | Pigment Dyes | Vegetable Dyes
Weaves : Handlooms | Ikkat | Maheshwari | Mangalgiri | Chanderi


Our Love for everything Handmade

What sets us apart from a host of other brands is the fact that our style isn’t inspired by ethnic Indian art and motifs; it is actually ethnic! Right from the motifs used to the process of hand-block printing, walk into our stores to discover folk art done by the locals. Each of our raw materials are natural and high on comfort. Our commitment to the same can also be seen in the frequent use of natural-colored dyes that go beyond caring for your skin – that of our craftsmen as well as that of mother earth.

As part of our commitment to offer a truly authentic experience, our hand-woven fabrics are sourced from talented craftsmen for whom their craft isn’t just a means of livelihood but a way of celebrating their heritage. Ikkat from Pochampally, Chanderi from its hometown in Madhya Pradesh, Khadi from across India, as well as Mangalgiri and Maheshwari cottons and silks are just some of the authentic hand-woven fabrics we love to see you wear. We are glad we play a small role in helping an entire generation wear India on its sleeve.