Hand embroideryhas been part of our traditional Indian culture for eons. Delicate thread work along with other materials such as stones, zari, sequins, pearls etc. have been used to enhance the beauty of clothes.Aari from Kashmir, Banni from Gujarat, Chikan from Uttar Pradesh, Gota from Rajasthan, Kantha from Bengal, Kasuti from Karnataka, Phulkari from Punjab, Pipli from Orissa are just a few fine examples of the different kinds of embroidery patterns that have originated in our country.Floral designs to mythological figures can be created on clothes with simple thread work. With the advent of modern technology, embroidery is no longer just a handicraft. Machine embroidery mimics hand embroidery and helps to mass produce any popular design at a faster pace.
At Trendy16 fashions, we have a huge variety of fabulous embroidered sarees and salwar kameez. Here are three amazing picks from our collection of sarees along with draping tips to give you that extra oomph factor on any occasion.
1. Competent multi color georgette heavy embroidered border saree
This georgeousgeorgette saree has heavy golden thread embroidery along zari and stone work on its black and red border. This beautifully compliments the white body with delicate floral designs made from resham or silk threads. This combination with a plain red and orange pallu gives this saree a grand look. Draping this saree in the mermaid style would bring out the grandeur of embroidery and would be a sure head turner at weddings.
2. Modest pink and brown silk party wear designer saree
This saree is an excelent example of how embroidery could make even the simplest of sarees look grand. This modest looking pink saree with self designhas a brown pallu with intricate floral embroidery and lace work that is great home wear or for familyget together. Drape it in a traditional gujarati style or in the open pallu style to show off the floral designs. Let down your hair and wear minimal jewelry to enhance that modest look.
3. Glittering green net georgette party wear designer saree
This glittering green net georgette saree would make you dazzle at any party. The resham thread embroidery along with zari, sequin and stone work gives it a classy look. Drape it in the Mumtaz style and tie your hair up in a high bun to get that celebrity look.