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Harking back to the days where brides wore that perfect shade of red tissue, using 'peshwaz' as the perfect silhouette, this outfit is heavily embellished with dabka, naqshi, kamdani, sitara in zardozi work on the bodice, sleeves and 'daman'. Accompanied with a tissue duppatta and jamawar Dhaka Pajama, the whole ensemble becomes a tribute to a traditional bride.
Rani pink loose-cut, paneled pure raw silk silk kurta, intricately worked in zardozi, is paired with electric blue pure chamoise silk izaar pants. Multi coloured hand-dyed leherya organza dupatta, laden with gota work, adds vibrancy and shine to the outfit.
Pistachio tissue worked izaar highlights a long, straight-cut navy raw silk shirt laden with delicate zardozi patterns. Multi-hued organza leherya dupatta, sprinkled with sequins and finished with gota, lends a rainbow impact.
Firozee long, multipanneled raw silk kurta, adorned with fine zardozi patterns, blooms when worn with a citrus green Dhaka pajama with multicoloured "gote". Tangerine sequinned worked Doshala brings in a regal touch.
Deep Purple fully worked choli in pure raw silk is worn under a billowing sleeveless rose pink front open silk peshwaz. Purple gold block printed ghagra, edged with gota, and pearl pink sequinned dupatta completes the outfit.
Turquoise voluminous muslin ghagra sprinkled with hand sewn gota flowers paired with a red cheent choli and lehriya dupatta in complementing colours.
Deep Green cheent gota worked choli worn with a voluminous crushed cotton ghagra and georgette dupatta. Both ghagra and dupatta are showered with intricate kaamdani.
Tangerine heavily gota worked choli worn with a tangerine ghagra sprinkled with handcrafted gota flowers. A muslin glittering kamdani dupatta drapes the outfit.