This kurta is the best wear if you are looking for something light-weight and comfortable, yet with traditional embroidery. The soothing colour soothes the eye and gives you a calm feel.
Aari work embroidery uses beads and stones to create a sparkling effect on the garments. These embellishments are placed in such a way that they create an intrinsic web like pattern to create an intrinsic look. Aari work is more of thread and needle work; however, stones and other embellishments are used to add richness to the embroidery. Aari work is considered appropriate for all seasons as it can be done on velvet, silk, cotton, cotton silk, chanderi, and many other fabrics. This makes Aari embroidery products suitable for people of all demographics. Hand embroidery Aari work is used to create intricate designs all over the garment or on certain parts of the product to enhance its look.
Kota Dori, is a distinctive woven fabric with a unique square-checked pattern crafted on fine silk, cotton or a blend of these two fibres. The cotton provides strength to the fabric, while silk makes it more lustrous and lends it a softer touch.
Sequins are a type of embellishment used to decorate fabrics for fashion and other ornamental purposes. They are essentially glittering disc-like beads that are quite flat and come in a wide range of colors and shapes. With some garments like lehenga cholis or tunics, sequins ribbons are added to zari, resham or cut dana work borders to create an attractively intricate and glitzy look for the garment.