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Red bridal lehenga with thread zardozi embroidery
by on November 28, 2014 in Lehenga-Bridal

Red bridal lehenga with thread zardozi embroidery

Model wears a scarlet red silk georgette panneled lehenga with tonal thread zardozi embroiderery on the pannels and a fuschia pink raw silk band of mettalic zardozi ‘jaal’, paired with a blue blouse covered with thread embroidery and highlighted with delicate sequins; and a auric yellow mesh dupatta with a zardozi bold border on fuschia raw silk.

The Royal Procession

The sub continents weather, cultural exchanges through rajput-mughal royal alliances including weddings played an important role in developing a unique silhouette, craft and couture. In this collection one sees elegant kalidaars with overlap jackets and ijaar pants, floor length princess gowns with trains, jaama inspired cholees, fitted bias churidaars, lehengaa saris, collared blouses, short jackets & shrugs inspired by the traditional ‘kotis’, contrast color saris / saris that have exquisite placement , paneled lehengaas with sequined layering and velvet applique, teamed with scarlet dupattas.Persian inspired embroidered jutees add a glamorous finish to the bottoms. 

This design collection is an alluring coalescence of colors, silhouettes & embroideries inspired by the regal era but designed for modern day weddings making it a collectors treasure and a wearers fantasy come true. 

Inspired by palace carvings in true royal couture fashion each embroidered motif has been custom designed for a specific silhouette.Intricate threads have been embroidered in multiple layers to create striking patterns. The designers have once again drawn inspiration from the meenakari technique, used several age-old embroidery crafts to create a unique mix of colors, motifs and materials.

Shyamal%Bhumika use rich raw silks, hand woven silk brocades, super luxurious light weight silk velvets, handwoven matka silks with an organic feel, crepe de chine, translucent georgettes to add mystique, georgette brocades in antique finish for an age old look.

Interesting use of color has always been Shyamal% &Bhumika’s forte. An unusual mix of rich jewel-tone colors with muted Indian earthy tones, gold and copperzari embroidery used against deep backgrounds to enhance the silhouette

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