She loved everything that is purple - purple candy, purple flower, and purple skies.
One day when the rebel within her decided to come out in all her strength, the first thing she did was to dye her hair in a stark bright hue. Can you guess which one?
This oh-so-pretty cotton blouse with amazing embroidery is made just for your wardrobe!
Fabric: Cotton Embroidery
Saree: The model is wearing a saree called Kiwi green-
Sleeve: Elbow Length Sleeves
Shoulder: 2.1 Inches
Full Shoulder: 13.5 Inches
Blouse Length: 13 Inches
Front Neck Depth: 2.2 Inches
Back Neck Depth: 1.5 Inches
Neckline : V Neck
Opening: Front Zip
Wash Care: Dry Wash
NOTE : The measurements are of size S (small) and the rest of the sizes would vary according to the standard measurements mentioned in the size chart.
Disclaimer: The pictures are clicked in daylight. Color may vary slightly from the image due to the screen brightness.
Cotton fabric dates back to some of the most ancient civilisations and it has a strong presence in the modern wardrobe as well. The softness and lightness of cotton combined with its strength and versatility makes it one of the most popular choices, especially for the Indian climate. We took this simple, elegant fabric and added the Suta twist and voila! It is the best-friend your skin and body could ask for!
The art primarily involves making patterns on fabric by sewing using a needle and various types of threads or beads. Although embroidery has been a part of various cultures across the world, Indian embroidery has always been regarded to be very intricate and exquisite. Our country’s history has shaped the development of embroidery. The art of embroidery is so evolved in our country that almost every state has its own special kind of embroidery today. Although the British rule did cause a setback to handicrafts in India, the resurrection of embroidery after Independence has been remarkable. Intricate embroidery from India is valued world over. Embroidery work on sarees and blouses is very popular and involves a process that consists of various stages. First, various types of popular Indian motifs and artistic designs are first created on paper. These designs are then traced onto the fabric and then the embroidery is done by expert artisans. The art of embroidery is passed down from generation to generation and the nuances of hand embroidery can hardly be matched by machines. Creating art on the canvas of fabrics is definitely something that has an innate beauty that adds a lot of value to apparel.