Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Famous Embroideries in Sarees and Salwar Kameez

India is known for its creativity and craftsmanship. The embellishments crafted over the Sarees and Salwar Kameez makes every piece an eternal wear for weddings and parties. The wedding collection art work over sarees and salwar kameez are different from the casual wear. The casual wear salwar kameezes has light work or thread work over the neck to beautify the costume and at the same time giving it a graceful look. However, in casual sarees the work is over the back of the blouse and over the border of saree. In churidar salwar kameezes, the work or print is over the churidars.

In collar Salwar Kameezes the collar is more augmented with the embellishment leaving the rest apparel as it is. The famous Indian embroideries are cutdana, zari, resham, kasab work, kashmiri, kantha, dupka, dori, gotta, sitara, swarovski, diamond, neemzari, kundan and many more. The Indian prints used geometric, animal, dabu, golden, hand and kalamkari print. All these prints and embroideries give an authentic Indian look. The designers try to rejuvenate this whole blend of fabric and embroideries with their best possible approach not only to meet the demands of Indian woman but also for the woman residing abroad looking for Indian ethnicity in the costumes.

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