3 reasons why Chikankari is trending this wedding season
Chikankari, a quintessential craft inspired by the majestic Persian adornments, is a must-add to your Wedding Wishlist. Given its pervasiveness over the decades, the intricate hand-embroidery adds a vintage charm to your traditional look. A Chikankari outfit, when amped up with the right accessories, can serve you well for almost any wedding event on your calendar, whether it's a low-key puja ceremony or a dhol night.
In addition to it’s alluring embroidery, Chikankari is also known to weigh light as compared to other styles, making is just the right choice for your D-day. Exuding comfort and class, a Chikankari suit arguably holds up to its end of the promise time after time.
Here are 3 reasons why you won’t regret adding Chikankari outfits to your much-awaited repertoire:
The richness of Chikankari embroidery on suits and sarees, when paired with vintage silver jewellery, can give enchanting results for the big day. The timeless beauty and exquisite craftsmanship on fine fabrics is bound to give you an ethereal look that you’ve been dreaming of. If you’ve got a destination wedding on the calendar, our plush purple Fasha Georgette set will look right up the alley.
Owing to its timeless elegance and understated luxury, Chikankari has made its way into the hearts of Bollywood. Recreate Deepika Padukone’s iconic white saree look with our Noor Georgette Saree. Adorned with hand-embroidery and bringing mukaish work, it’s sure to get the spotlight on you.
Your favourite Chikankari outfits are all made with hand, keeping intact the legacy and the authenticity of the craft. Elevate your trousseau with our Ayma Modal Kurta, embellished with pearls and meticulously hand-embroidered on butter-soft modal fabric.