Pearls Salwar Suits
Pearls Salwar Suits
Pearl or ‘moti’ work is age-old art used to adorn ethnic garments like saris, salwar suits and lehenga cholis. Typically traditional, this art is often used with other forms of embellishments like zari, cutdana, rhinestone and zardozi to make heavy ethnic wear for special Indian occasions that call for royal ethnic attire. Presently this work has made a great comeback and is now widely used by designers to make heritage collections as well as contemporary wear like indo-western suits.
The Magic of hand-embroidery
Pearls were originally stitched with hand thus making it a very laborious and time-consuming task. These days the invention of shuttle machines has automated the embellishment processes however, the beauty of hand-work is irreplaceable and has taken the fancy of people all around the world. Hand-work is still done by artisans across India for making wedding collections of designers.
Salwar suits adorned with pearls:
From casual churidar suits to heavy party-wear floor-length ones, pearl-work is a versatile form of embellishment which is relatively light-weight and has a trendy look. For college-wear, a casual day out or a formal social gathering, a pearl suit can be worn at any time of the day, unlike stone work which is better suited for scintillating evenings. For grand celebrations like engagement ceremony or any other pre-wedding function, a bride can don a golden floor-length suit adorned with pearls on the waist and flare for a modern bridal look. A golden net dupatta edged with a thick pearl lace would make a perfect add-on to the bridal attire. You can find amazing designs of pearl work salwar suits on saree.com at the best prices!
Accessorizing such outfits is quite easy since white or off-white pearls can be teamed with all types of ornaments. For a casual look, you can add tassel earrings or Bohemian jewellery while for formal occasions, metal accessories like kundan danglers, polka sets or offbeat statement jewellery would work best!
Maintenance & Care:
Since the outer polish of faux pearls is very delicate, the garment should be dry-cleaned. Handle your garments with care so to avoid