Buy embroidered kurtis online
India is home to amazing embroidery styles- every region has its own ornamentation art that is rich in aesthetics. Aari work, zari embroidery, gota patti, appliqués, zardosi, rhinestones and Swarovski crystals, thread (resham) work and beads- apparels are creatively and intricately adorned with beautiful little components. Saree.com offers a fabulous embroidery kurtis collection- with the latest designs and impeccable finishing. Whether it is a simple resham dhaaga embroidery cotton kurti or a luxurious designer silk kurti with heavy stone work- we have something for every occasion.
Getting decked-up with embroidered kurtis
- For dazzling festivals like Navratri, a mirror embroidered straight-cut cotton kurti can be paired with a heavy lehenga or a Patiala bottom.
- Zardozi and stone embroidered kurtis in silk and velvet look grand for wedding functions. You can pair them with metallic bottoms for added shimmer and shine.
- Cotton and art silk kurtis with thread embroidered necklines are suitable for office wear- to accessorize such outfits pick the dominating colour of the embroidery and match your jewellery with it. For example, if your kurti is white and has pink butterflies embroidered, then your jewellery should also be pink.
- Gota-patti detailed silk kurtis are ideal for cultural events and for auspicious occasions. Add a stole or dupatta to complete your Indian festive look!
- A flowing black anarkali kurti with a jeweled polo neck design is a bewitching and sophisticated outfit for glamorous evening parties. Add a pair of diamond earrings and ring and you’re good to go!
How to maintain embroidered kurtis?
Added embellishments look attractive- to keep the beauty of your embroidered kurtis intact, you must follow these guidelines:
- Before the first wash, thread embroidered kurtis should be checked for colour-bleed.
- Zardozi work, stone and mirror work kurtis should always be Dry Cleaned.
- Always reverse iron kurtis having 3 D embellishments- steam ironing will also work in most cases.
- Keep heavily embroidered kurtis stocked separately in plastic/fabric covers.