TRADITIONAL SEQUIN & BEADS EMBROIDERY

Embroidery is always an integral part of Indian craftsmanship on fabric, and this is quite evident from the designs that are to be seen on sarees, salwar kameez, kurtis and lehenga cholis that are available throughout the year. It is mostly zari and zardosi embroidery/embellishment work that are to be seen on pristine quality fabric, be it silk, cotton, satin or velvet that looks exquisite in appeal. But there is something more to zari, zardosi and resham embroidery work. Today, you can find the best of sequin, mirror, moti and beads embroidery on fabric, that modern city girls prefer to wear on special occasions like weddings and festivals when everyone wishes to look stunning for the party. The intricate and ornate embroidery work, on a particular fabric, represents the fashion statement of an Indian woman who want to portray that elegant, sophisticated and gorgeous appeal. The use of small beads, shining sequins and dazzling mirrors are truly traditional in appeal, as one can see them on sarees and lehengas, that a bride or a bridesmaid wears for the special day. So, it is the elaborate embroidery pattern, that makes an Indian woman look absolutely stunning for the day. The beads and sequins are beautifully interwoven to produce that exquisite appeal.

 

Embroidery Style Looks Stunning

It is the classic design and style, that brings about the true class of an Indian woman, as one can find that exquisiteness and elaborate craftsmanship on fabric, that defines the natural beauty of an Indian woman. In India, brides always prefer heavily embroidered sarees and bridal lehengas, that definitely look gorgeous in style and overall craftsmanship. In North India, girls mostly prefer lehengas that have heavy beads and sequin embroidery, apart from the zari and zardosi work, and in the east of India, it is the zari and sequin embroidered sarees, that reigns supreme. The beads and sequins are beautifully woven on the border of a saree and on the hemline, and similarly on the lower hemline of the lehenga and on the neckline and sleeves of a salwar kameez or kurti. This certainly increases the weight of an outfit, but at the same time provides that gorgeous feel. So, if you are thinking of buying a designer bridal saree with elaborate sequin and beads embroidery, try shopping online at one of the leading fashion/bridal clothing stores, that sells a complete new range of embroidered outfits, that are made to measure for special occasions.

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