Sequins Work Salwar Suits


Sequins Work Salwar Suits

Who doesn’t get enamoured by the pretty, glittering charm of sequins! The flat, colourful, shining discs or squares, which reflect light – sequins - are popular embellishments used to decorate fabrics, apparels, accessories etc. Sequins are made in tonnes of shapes, sizes, colors and reflective finishes – and are available in a host of options. The contemporary sequins – generally made in plastic – are quite low in price – and make for pretty versatile and practical decorations – that are also easily available. However, attaching sequins to fabric base is a meticulous, time-taking task.

Earlier this was just done by hand-done stitches, but nowadays this is done on machines – and hence, it is faster. Most sequins come with a centre hole, which is used to pass the thread, so the sequin can be attached to the fabric base. Some of them also have holes on the side, so they can be attached in such a way that they don’t lie flat on the base. This gives a hanging-effect, which also reflects more light and looks very pretty and chic. These and many other design and attachment variations are done with sequins, which are among the most used decorations on ensembles these days. Patterns, motifs, design making or simple scattering is done using sequins or they are attached from end-to-end onto the fabric base – for creating various looks.

Sequins salwar suits or Indian ethnic dresses are quite popular for their glittery, stylish effect – and a timelessly youthful quality. Sequins are light-weight embellishments and thus, they can be attached in hoards, without making the final outfit too heavy – as is the case with stones, metallic embellishments or even many beads. Since sequins are flat and can be folded easily, they are also used in combination with other decorations easily.

Shalwar kameez or Anarkali embellished with sequins and sequin work can be worn for various occasions – depending upon the heaviness or intricacy of the sequinned motifs and patterns. Heavily sequinned Punjabi dresses are great for weddings and many brides also include them in their bridal trousseaus. Many bridal shalwar kameez and kurtas – and even Indo-Western dresses are made with these lovely, shining fabric adornments. Unlike other sorts of embroideries, sequin embroidery is easy to maintain too, and is quite long lasting.

From, you can buy trendy and latest sequin work salwar suits, Anarkalis, fusion wear dresses and more.

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