Aari Work Salwar Suits

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Aari Work Salwar Suits

An age-old form of embroidery, the art of aari work dates back to the 12th century and became popular in India during the Mughal rule. One of the most tedious and effort-intensive forms of embroidery, it is done using an aari needle to make intricate chain stitches on the fabric. Zari, cotton and silk threads are used and are often combined with sequins and beads to make colorful ethnic wear, like suits and sarees. This form of ancient fabric craft was used avidly on regal outfits made for queens and princesses.

Salwar Suits with Aari work:

Fine aari embroidery is used to make colorful salwar suits for casual –wear and semi-formal occasions. Floral and paisley motifs are the most commonly made designs in ethnic salwar suits. This art can be adapted to katla work and combined with zardosi, cutwork, and stone-work to make heavily embroidered salwar suits in silk, georgette and velvet. Such multiple forms of embroidery over rich fabrics make interesting designer outfits for occasions like weddings. For her pre-wedding functions, a bride can take a floor-length anarkali suit having such combined work while for office a cotton suit with colorful aari work would be a smart choice! Saree.com offers pretty and colorful aari work suits for different occasions. Our exclusive designer range has hand-embroidered suits made by the skilled craftsmen of India.

Styling your aari work suits:

This form of embroidery has a traditional yet trendy look. To add a contemporary touch, you can team up your dress with tassel jewellery, stone accessories or Bohemian jewellery. While for an ethnic touch, add silver, golden or antique ornaments to your ensemble. Aari work is very versatile and can be easily paired with different types of accessories.

Globally Appealing:

Aari work has taken over the world with its intricate beauty. International designers and global brands like zara keep coming up with collections revolving around this art, thus making it a trending form for the modern world!