Anarkali Kurti (PK-00002)
It is a traditional Indian tunic that is popular among women of basically all ages. It is a long, flowing tunic that flares out from the waist and is fitted at the top. Anarkali Kurtis are typically made of comfortable and breathable fabrics such as cotton, chiffon, georgette, silk, and rayon. They come in a variety of colours and designs, ranging from vibrant and bold to subtle and elegant.
The unique feature of an Anarkali Kurti is its flared silhouette, which gives it a regal and elegant appearance. They often have intricate embroidery, beading, or other embellishments that add to their beauty and make them suitable for formal occasions. They can be paired with leggings or churidar pants and accessorized with statement jewellery and a clutch.
Moreover they are a versatile piece of clothing that can be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion. They are perfect for weddings, parties, festivals, and other special events. With their comfortable fit and stunning design, Anarkali Kurtis are a must-have in every woman’s wardrobe.
It is a long rectangular piece of fabric that is traditionally worn with Indian ethnic attire such as salwar kameez, lehenga choli, and Anarkali Kurtis. It is draped over the head, shoulders, and sometimes over the arms, and is used as a veil or a modesty covering. Dupattas are made of various materials such as silk, cotton, chiffon, georgette, and net, and come in a range of colours and designs to complement the outfit.
It’s main attraction is that it can be used as an affordable silk alternative. It is breathable, moisture-wicking, stretchy, soft to the touch, and drapes well.
Rayon is comfortable as well as non-irritating.
It is the craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread or yarn.
The basic techniques include crewel work, needlepoint, cross-stitch embroidery, and quilting, as well as quillwork and feathery work.
Note – Colours may vary slightly due to the light effect during photography.