Hand Embellished Zari Clothing stands as a testament to exquisite craftsmanship and timeless allure. Each piece is a canvas of artistry, meticulously adorned with intricate zari work that whispers tales of tradition and opulence. The golden threads, expertly woven by skilled artisans, dance across the fabric, creating a symphony of elegance that transcends trends.
These hand-embellished creations are not merely garments; they are reflections of heritage and a celebration of meticulous detailing. From delicate motifs to elaborate patterns, every stitch is a labor of love, showcasing the rich cultural tapestry woven into each thread. Hand Embellished Zari Clothing is not just about style; it’s a journey into the craftsmanship that transforms fabric into a masterpiece, ensuring that every wearer becomes a living canvas of artistic expression.
The spacious quilt shop at Historic Sauder Village has a wide selection of quilt samples, fabrics and everything you need for the next quilt or sewing project. The staff is always happy to help you!
This dusty blue embroidered shirt is perfect for any bride. Pair it with a pink organza zari dupatta that’s hand embellished with gota lace.
Gharara is a popular Indian ethnic wear that adds elegance and grace to your outfit. This style of clothing has been a favorite among Indian women since many decades. Unlike the salwar kameez, a gharara has a pant that is fitted till the knees and is then filled with beautiful lace. After this, the entire leg flares out like a skirt until it reaches the feet.
You can get a lot of variety in this style of clothing, ranging from simple to heavily embellished suits. We have a wide selection of georgette gharara suit sets in various floral designs that would make you look wedding ready. Pair these dresses with traditional kundan jewellery to complete your look.
This attire was introduced in the Awadh region of Uttar Pradesh by the Nawabs. It was a common outfit for Muslim women during the 19th and 20th centuries, with famous public figures like Fatima Jinnah and Begum Liaquat Ali Khan wearing them.
Pretty in pink, this high-low shirt is adorned with hand embellished crystals and lace for a glamorous look. It would look stunning embroidered onto a bridal dress or worn to a formal event. This trim is deadstock from when a designer was sampling their collection and may have minor imperfections.
The perfect outfit for a Pakistani bride, this dusty blue straight shirt is richly embroidered with floral motifs and gota tassels. It is paired with a matching pink gharara, featuring heavier detailing around the knee.
Nothing quite adds the grand appeal of Indian embroidery like zari work. It’s that shimmering touch of grandeur that can breathe life into any simple piece of clothing and transform it into something special. That’s why we’ve come up with a fabulous range of zari work men’s wear, perfect for those occasions when you want to shine. All pieces are made to order and are non-refundable.
A chaddar (Persian: tsdr, Urdu: , also spelled chador and chud(d)ah) is a traditional garment of Muslim women and girls. It is a long piece of cloth that covers the head to the feet.
It has religious and ceremonial uses, as well as practical ones. It is used to cover the body from sun and wind, as well as for modesty and prayer. A large chadar is also often used to wrap the dead before burial.
A chaddar can be worn with other clothing to create different styles of dress. For example, it can be draped over a blouse and skirt or dress, or over pants to form a kurta. It can also be wrapped around the neck and head like a shawl. It is commonly worn in desert countries to protect the face and body from sand storms. It is also used to cover the head and face of Shia Muslim women during funerals.
Embroidered sarees make for an elegant and graceful outfit. They also symbolize Indian culture and tradition and illustrate the country’s vast cultural diversity. These sarees are woven with fine cotton and come in a variety of colors, patterns, and designs. They are often embellished with resham and zardozi (gold or silver thread) embroidery. A saree’s look is greatly enhanced when worn with the right blouse. Choose a blouse that flatters your silhouette and accentuates your curves. Opt for a blouse with high neck or off-shoulder style and a peplum or fitted fit to enhance your figure.
The next step is to neatly tuck the non-bordered end of the saree into the waistband of your petticoat, leaving about an inch at the bottom for pleats. With the remaining length, drape it around yourself starting from the belly button and moving towards your left shoulder. Neatly make thin vertical pleats of equal width and secure them with a safety pin.