The silk kalidar features intricate hand embroidery in resham, zardozi and crystals on the neckline and sleeves. It is paired with a silk churidar and crepe shawl featuring extensive hand embroidery and screen print. The pouch is hand embroidered in resham and zardozi.
This mint green pure raw silk hand embroidered ensemble is a wearable piece of art that combines cut and craftsmanship to create a visually stunning piece. The shirt and palazzo is intricately hand embroidered in resham zardozi and crystals. It is paired with a two tone kamdani dupatta hand embroidered in sequin.
A classic yellow ochre kalidar in a khaadi net with extensive gotta insertions. It is hand worked in applique work, zardozi and gotta embroidery. The extravagant dupatta is in organza and is extensively embroidered in gotta and sequin and spray of Resham rosettes highlighted with gotta, sequin and pearls. It is paired with a silk trouser with gotta finish.
A pink peach double layered kalidar in delicate ornate Resham, zardozi and crystal embroidery finished with hand crafted tassels. It is paired with an organza badla boti dupatta and silk trousers finished with lace.
A khaadi net ivory kalidar extensively embroidered in Resham, zardozi, pearls and crystals. Paired with a scalloped organza dupatta hand worked with pearls and crystals. The skirt paired with it is constructed beautifully with ruffled organza frill.
A peshwas with a beautifully composed bodice hand worked with delicate tilla, Resham and zardozi. The panels are crushed to perfection and have a block print detail at the bottom. It comes with a churidar with gotta finishing.
A magenta khaadi net kaalidar with detailed gotta work on the panels. The sleeves and body is intricately embroidered in resham, zari and zardozi. It is paired with a hand blocked organza dupatta. It comes with a silk churidar.
A classic anarkali silhouette in a hand woven tile jacquard fabric. The piece is extensively hand crafted with gota and zardoze on the panels, sleeves and neck. It has hand crafted tassels at the back. The anarkali is paired with a lame lehnga. A charmeuse shawl is paired with it, which is extensively hand screen print in shades of gold, the shawl also has extensive hand gota and sequin work on it.