Style Your Aroma With Chikan Sarees

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Chikankari Sarees are the most mesmerizing Indian attire for women. It has been doing the rounds for centuries, though the shape, wrap, and design has developed with the evolving times. No other garment in the world consists of a long piece of cloth that is wrapped around the waist and draped over the torso. Another astonishing fact about Chikankari saree is that it is surprisingly versatile and Ada Designer Chikan Studio showcases these Chikan stitches in a wide range of fabrics. 

Pure Georgette Chikankari Saree

The sheer and adaptable feel of Pure Georgette sarees makes them one of the most besotted styles among women. Ada Pure Georgette saree is now in trend and gives a crisp interest to desi look as it’s flattering and emphasizes for those lovely bends. This Green Pure Georgette Chikankari saree light-weighted drapes well and can be very appealing when worn smoothly. Being soft in material, women can take a stab at something trendy and erotic, which can be the experiment with different draping styles. This saree comes with floral prints, motifs designs, bold color, and applique work. For more graceful look, bead and sequence, crystals, stones, and mirror work are used to prettify the look.  

Faux Georgette Chikankari Saree

Faux Georgette is the most adorable and prevalent type of texture utilized in ethnic wear. This Ada Blue handcrafted saree is sheen and floaty in appearance and offers a lot of comfort to the wearer as it is both delicate and breezy. This embroidered designer saree has a dazzling semi-transparent appearance drapes alluringly over the bends, enhancing the best aspects of the body and thus making the wearer look and feel extremely elegant. 

Kota Chikankari Saree

Ada Designer work features a great mix of vibrantly shaded Kota sarees to the more conventional styles with plain bodies and contrast pallu and border. This fabric looks elegant woven in light and ethereal hues and exudes when made in vibrant hues and Chikan design. This Pink Chikankari Kota saree have design elements, which flaunt conventional Chikan handcraft. It’s rich styling, and refined and classic appeal, making it apt for use in weddings, parties, festive celebrations, and other special occasions.     

Net Chikankari Saree

Another stylish advancement in ethnic designs is the net saree. This Chikankari White Net saree gives the perfect royal touch and appropriate for all occasions, whether it’s someone’s wedding or any festival, this exotic piece of saree looks flawless. This translucent color shade gives the saree an amazingly intriguing look and feel. If you are a lover of giving a twist to your ethnic wear, must go with this astonishing shade and bold design and embellishment.    

Cotton Chikankari Saree

Simplicity is the major attraction of Cotton fabric. Cotton Saree makes the woman look simple and allure. Chikankari cotton ever-evolving fabric and sarees in cotton available in a diverse range of colors. These remarkable cotton sarees give a subtle look when equipped with contrasting sequins, and Zari embroidery. This Chikankari Cotton saree light and offers great comfort; the border striped in green and lined with Daraz. The pallu is deep Green, complementing the look of this Mauve saree.      

Chanderi Chikankari saree

Chanderi, a customary traditional material dignified by its thin and light, texture and fine rich feel is manufactured by weaving in silk and golden zari in the customary cotton yarn that consequences in the formation of the flickering texture. This Chikan Chanderi saree admired part of Indian fashion and culture. This Lucknowi Cream Chanderi saree is beautifully embroidered with Chikan stitches and flawlessly exhibits handcraft art. Drape yourself with this delicate Cream Chanderi Saree designed by Ada house and let the meaning of elegance be redefining. If you inclined towards handcraft art enchant this saree, an excellent choice for you to wear.   

If you are planning to grab the exquisite line of Chikankari sarees, then Ada is one of the best choices to hit the stock.

By- Aditi Gupta

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