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Gota Patti Jacket

Sale price₹ 38,500.00

A soft onion pink zari-cotton jacket with a traditional gota phool (flower) design on the front and cuffs of the piece. The jacket buttons down to the waist with a loop and cloth button detail. The gently gathered skirt is attached to the embroidered bodice and is open down the centre front.

Worn with a coordinating silk slip and metallic wide pants.

CARE: Dry clean only

NOTE: This piece is made to order, so please allow for 4-6 weeks for delivery. Our Lakshmi collection can be customised to the colour and fit of your preference. Please click on the enquiry button below to write to us if you have a specific request or query and we will get back to you in 2-3 working days.

Size Chart

Please refer to this body size chart before making your purchase. All measurements are in inches.

STD means the style is free-size.

If you would like clarification or more information on the sizing, please write to us at

14.5 14.5 15 15.5 16
34 36 38 40 43
28 30 32 35 38
36 38 40 43 46

If choosing gift wrapping for multiple items, please specify in the order notes whether you want individual wrapping; otherwise, items will be wrapped together.

Gota Patti Jacket
Gota Patti Jacket Sale price₹ 38,500.00

Gift Wrap This Item

Enjoy free gift wrapping for your order using Tilla's exclusive Toile paper, inspired by the exquisite 18th-century French 'Toile de Jouy' textiles. This design, created by Jisha Unnikrishnan, beautifully captures the essence of the original French textile, depicting landscapes and scenes from everyday life. In Jisha's interpretation, you'll discover charming illustrations of our studio, shop, and garden adorned with delightful bouquets and ribbons. Take a closer look, and you'll find all the things we hold dear in our workplace: lush plants, playful dogs, stylish attire, our peaceful courtyard, and even glimpses of the vibrant city of Ahmedabad with kites soaring in the sky.

The Making of the Gota Jacket

Gota patti is a traditional embroidery popular in Rajasthan, where a strip of gold or silver ribbon is folded and cut into basic forms like diamonds, teardrops or leaves (patti), which are then combined in various ways to form floral/geometric motifs and borders.