Multi Colour Brocade Silk
Multi Colour Brocade Silk
Multi color brocade kali silk lehenga. The lehenga consists of orange, sky blue, turquoise and red color kali. 11’’ multi designer border having a mixture of hand embroidery, weavings and zari patti. Intricate embellishments have been highlighted using maal, suta and zari in a delightful manner.
Gorgeous hand embroidered kesari blouse upon a plain silk fabric has been crafted like magic by our Karigars. Maal and dual shade of pink resham floral embroidery has been done, covering the front portion completely along with zari leaf embroidery segregated in the sleeves. It has a closed neck along with back cut embroidery.
Handloom turquoise bandhej dupatta has been beautifully matched with the lehenga. Banarasi Bandhej is a celebration of Artistic Indian Textile. It’s an Amalgamation Banarasi heritage art with old age Tie and Dye technique from the royal state of Gujrat. This is an art form plucking the cloth with fingernails into numerous discrete bindings turning out into a figurative layout. The centuries-old craft has retained its immense popularity and has seen a comeback in the form of contemporary Banarasi Bandhej. Comes with beautiful jaal tassels.
Multi Color Lehenga with Kesari Blouse and Turquoise Dupatta
Jamawar (Brocade Silk) Lehenga, Spun Silk Blouse, Banarasi Bandhej Dupatta
Lehenga (has can can)
Length – 48
Waist – 36 (margin till 40)
Non Padded Blouse
Length – 16.5
Front neck length – 3.5
Back neck length – 1
Neck width – 6
Back Cut length – 8
Back Cut width – 6.5
Bust – 38 (margin till 42)
Waist – 30 (margin till 35)
Sleeve length – 10.5
Mori – 10 (margin till 12)
Arm hole – 17 (margin till 20)
Shoulders – 13
All the measurements above are in inches.
Bandhej Banarasi Dupatta
Length – 2.90 mtr
Width (Araj) – 1.05 mtr
Note : These are ready measurements for the above ghagra set. Both the blouse and lehenga has enough margins inside.
A promise of complete hand weaving and hand embroidery with best base qualified fabric most suited for weddings, sangeet and bridal trousseau affairs.
- Dry clean only.
- Store the garment in a dry dark place where there's no sunlight, air the textiles every few months.
- Avoid spraying perfume directly on the garment.
- Wrap it up in a muslin or pure cotton cloth and store it separately to maintain their longevity.
- It has taken approximately more than two months to complete the set of lehenga and dupatta by our weavers, blouse has been hand embroidered by two of our embroiders working dedicatedly.
- There might be some irregularities due to it being a handwoven & hand embroidered one, which indirectly adds to its uniqueness.