"We outgrow love like other things and put it in a drawer, till it, an antique fashion shows like costumes grandsires wore." — Emily Dickinson.
The embroidery in this line is a collectors dream. The chanderi silk fabric is first stretched across the adda and an intricate Jaal is screened on by applying lep to the khakha. Then the fabric is embroidered twice over. First with silk threads and then with zari and sequence.
Indian Dressing lends such a quiet grace. This collection comes with Organza Sarees and A-line & Straight Kurtas, Anarkalis and Patiala suits. It might interest, that it was the Mughal Rulers of India, who first patronised this full-fledged art form and popularised it across the Indian sub continent. While threads made of gold and silver were used back then (given the overflowing royal coffers), the Zari work that is more popular and practical today, involves the use of metallic threads. So get home these much-coveted, dazzling ensembles!