The dress contains tones of Red, moving from sanguine red dupatta, scarlet red kameez to the wine red gharara impeccably into the blushing bride dress. The borders of pure khaddi net dupatta are decorated with kamdani, zardozi, Resham and crystals. And the kameez has the handwork of gold but with the other hand techniques; zardozi, Resham and crystals. This is an A-line silhouette with a wide boat neckline. The gharara is the jamawar fabric extended enough to embrace the floor and glide beside our bride when she walks.
The eye for intricacies and appreciation for them, isn't the thing for many people. Only people, with a true heart of appreciation for art and beauty, come to like it. For example, this dress. Our bride who wants to be a part of the artistic and cultural disposition can only makes her entrance wearing this dress. She wears this as the carrier for her prestigious cultural inheritance. With her high self-esteem, she adores where she belongs. The work of gold on the Red has been always the essence of nikkah Joras. This dress has astounding boldness to it. And our brides are bold.
The glowing pink and Rosemary red attained along into a feminine, yet dominant look. This is a pure raw red silk dress that has all the intricate handwork of kamdani, zardozi, Resham and crystals. Also, the dupatta is a masoori net with the same techniques on the borders. The dress has choli cut lines and flared hem offering its sovereignty. This sensual form helps our bride stroll across the hall with grace, while she steals all the eyes for herself.
A bridal with breath taking details in shades of gold, blush pink with fuchsia accents. The maysuri shirt and lehnga are extensively hand worked in resham, zardozi, crystals, pearls and French knot. Paired with blush pink dupatta which has a beautiful scallop and hand work all over in zardozi, resham crystals and pearls.
The peach dupatta with the choli and the lehnga has it's own beautiful colours on it. The accessories also describe the whole vibe and really whack anyone over. The beautiful tones of colours travel from the toes to the head, everything is someplace trying to be bit off everything at once. This bride is a supreme warrior. She prefers to withstand and departs through her wedding with a strong persona. Someone who wouldn't want to wrap out in something she doesn't want, as almost she will make everyone turn their heads to her. And won't have to struggle so much for it.
On the wedding day, our bride wants something which can relate to her devotion of heart and her spirit of soul something that brings more light out of her. This is a beautifully embellished mint blue organza dress having decorated motifs of buds and vines in the materials of traditional embroidery such as resham, zardozi, and stones. The crushed fabric with pleated organza circles under the dress gives off more volume and length to the figure. This bride is not urging additional attention she knows who she is and she shines brightly like a diamond.
This is an Indian raw silk dress in deep blueish olive green, with a touch of red in its edging giving off an essence of our bride's love to stand out and break the measures. With this, strikingly embellished elegant dress with zardozi, resham and stones she wants to acknowledge her individuality and has full confidence in pulling off any dress she wears. Also, this organza dupatta is uplifting all the look with it's embellished border with red pati and makes our bride ready to meet the world
The bride with an enthusiastic personality wants herself to recall having fun even whilst her dealing with her own overwhelming emotions. She wants to feed the tongues of people to speak about her confidence. She is a flame and the spring at once. No wonder, why our bride wants to dress up in this most enchanted costume. The yellow and blue, the hit of the colour palettes, with the red goes beyond the gossips, this can just be another highlight for our daily newspaper.
This dress is a symbol of elegance and status. No matter how much the trends try to navigate us, our goal has only been to be able to sprinkle our souls out into design to make our bride's dreams come true. This is where our bride carries herself with absolute uniqueness like a goddess. The patterns and motifs are highly ethnic-inspired, despite the colour of the base fabric, it is only to bring the fortune out of the complete Jora. Like, our bride who immediately brings out the shaft of light for everyone where ever she goes.
A timeless delicate nude pink bridal. The kalidar in organza is composed with mughal sanghnars and miniature flowers extensively hand embroidered with resham, zardozi and gotta. It also features hand screen printed borders. The maisori tissue dupatta is extensively embroidered with zardozi and resham and pearl s. It is paired with a hand woven fuchsia lehenga with gotta insertions featuring hand screen print, gotta embroiderey and zardozi
A stunning silk anarkali bridal featuring hand block and screen print and detailed hand crafted zardozi, gotta, resham and shesha embroidery. It is paired with a lamè lehnga featuring handcrafted mughal flowers hand worked with resham gotta and zardozi. The bridal organza dupatta is meticulously worked all over with gotta mehrabs, resham, sheesha and zardozi embroidery