Ada Hand Embroidered Red Georgette Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Kurta Dupatta Set - A561487
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Red Georgette Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Kurta Dupatta Set - A561487
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Red Georgette Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Kurta Dupatta Set - A561487
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Red Georgette Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Kurta Dupatta Set - A561487
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Red Georgette Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Kurta Dupatta Set - A561487
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Red Georgette Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Kurta Dupatta Set - A561487

Ada Hand Embroidered Red Georgette Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Kurta Dupatta Set - A561487

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SKU: A561487
Fabric: Viscose Georgette
Length: 5meter
Color: Red 
Embroidery: Bakhiya and Phanda
Thread: White Cotton

Embellishment: Muqais
Touch and Feel: Soft and Comfortable 
Silhouette: Red Kurta Dupatta set offers a comfortable and relaxed silhouette to the wearer, the fabric and embroidery is skin friendly.  

Disclaimer: This product is hand embroidered and may have slight dissimilarities that are a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process. These minor variations of Stitches/Motifs add to its charm and ensure you have a unique product.

 

Product description

Ada Hand Embroidered Red Georgette Unstitched Kurta Dupatta is a blossoming garden, the magnificence of blue brighten up your look with its vividness. The blend of  texture needlework with white thread and muqaish thread makes a seemingly calming shading palette. 'Bakhiya' and 'Phanda' stitches are hand weaved with white cotton threads to make the engaging Chikan embroidery of Lucknow. The front of the kurta incorporates the lovely flower and leaf motifs these themes take their motivation from nature. The back of the kurta incorporates delicate floral motifs.

Trivia: Chikankari is an Art of Imagination, It is a handicraft process where the wooden blocks are hand chiselled in various design patterns, and the natural stew for printing is prepared, and printed on the cloth. The chikankari artisans then use ten ary of the needlecraft embroidery, a...

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