Georgette Blue color dupatta – This Yellow Kurti is made from cotton fabric and has a beautiful design on it. You can wear it for parties or casual occasions. The Chikankari Kurti.
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Chikankari Kurti is an Art of Imagination, It is a handicraft process. Where is the wooden blocks are hand chiseled in various design patterns, also the natural stew for printing is prepared and printed on the cloth. The chikankari artisans then use ten ary of the needlecraft embroidery and perform the needlework artistically? There are 32 stitches of Chikankari broadly classified into Raised stitch, Embossed and Flat stitch.
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Fabric Which Will Take a Lead for Festive Seasons
Worried about what to wear for most festive seasons, living in a country like India or abroad celebrating seasons all year round. Traditional Indian dresses are in full flare during such joyous times of the year and nothing can match their beauty and grace. There is no doubt in the fact that Kurtas are a major part of Indian culture. Cotton and Silk Kurtas are almost impossible to resist this season. But before you go on the shopping Saree, know that it is very important to shop for the right fabric that suits the occasion and the season.
Here we have combined a list of some combinations that will give you the best possible look during the auspicious events of this season.
How to style your Dupatta
As the festivals come closer, the need to wear a perfect traditional dress brings up new trends. Ladies are always in search of a new way to style their festival outfits as per the fashion and trends. But traditional Indian dresses are incomplete without gracefully carrying a Dupatta. You can make your dress look fashion-forward if you know how to drape your Dupatta the right way and what material to choose.
Chikankari is an ancient art form and involves great sense of Imagination, It is a process of hand embroidery. where the wooden blocks are hand chiseled in various design patterns and the natural stew for printing is prepared using ? Neel? or Bluing Agent. Commonly used in households for whitening of clothes while washing and printed on the cloth. Chikankari hand embroidery has artistically done using needlecraft embroidery. The artisans usually create individual motifs or? bootis of flowers (rose, lotus, jasmine, creepers, leaves, etc). 32 different types of stitches of Chikankari, broadly classified into Raised stitch, embossed and flat stitch.
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Due to hand-embroidery products may have slight dissimilarities. That is a natural outcome of the extensive human (artisans) involvement in the process. These minor variations of Stitches/Motifs add to its charm and ensure you have a unique product.
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