Srajann Hand Embroided Sea Green Organza Lucknowi Chikankari Unstitched Kurta Dupatta Set (SLC1689)
Muqaish/Mukaish, Mirror, Pearl
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Soft and Comfortable
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Disclaimer: This product is meticulously hand-embroidered, and slight variations may occur due to the handmade nature of the process. These subtle nuances in stitches and designs contribute to its unique appeal, ensuring that each piece is distinct and individually crafted.
Length of Kurta:4.0?Meters
Length Of Dupatta: 2.5 Meters
Embellishment: Mirror work is type of shisha or abhala mirror work involves attaching small pieces of mirrors onto the fabric using various stitching techniques Zari is a type of metallic thread, often made of gold or silver, used in embroidery to add a rich and shimmering effect. Crystal work refers to the use of small, sparkly crystals or rhinestones to decorate the fabric. Pearl work involves attaching pearls of various sizes onto the fabric to create a luxurious and sophisticated look. The entire surface of the fabric is covered with sequins, creating a fully glittering appearance. This style is commonly seen in evening gowns, party dresses, and dance costumes.
“Lucknowi Chikankari” is a traditional and intricate embroidery style that originated in the city of Lucknow, India. It is known for its delicate and exquisite handcrafted patterns created using white thread on fine fabrics like muslin, organza, chiffon, and georgette. When you mention “Luxury Organza Lucknowi Chikankari” it likely refers to a garment or fabric made from light green-colored organza material embellished with Chikankari embroidery. Organza is a thin, sheer, and luxurious fabric that allows the intricate Chikankari work to shine through, making it a popular choice for elegant and sophisticated attire. The combination of the light green hue and the delicate Chikankari patterns gives the fabric a graceful and ethereal appearance, often preferred for special occasions, weddings, and formal events such pieces are highly sought after by fashion enthusiasts who appreciate the richness of Indian heritage and handcrafted textiles.
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