A mustard-yellow shirt and shalwar in kattan silk are meticulously designed by artisans using our signature aari embroidery. It is paired up with a gorgeous shade of ferozi dupatta that is further enhanced with aari motifs.
A traditional red shalwar kameez in kattan silk is adroned with intricate aari work and sitara. It is paired up with a bottle green organza dupatta with diagonal zari lines and is framed with a kiran border.
A tiffany blue silk canvas is adorned with gold botis (motifs) and beautiful gota work, while special attention is given to the sleeves having contrasting dhaani green details. The shirt is paired up with a gorgeous hand-rendered gharara and a silk dupatta, framed with gota work.
A beautiful cotton silk shirt is hand-rendered with a botanical print and is adorned with gota and lappa work. It is paired up with flared sharara and black organza dupatta having an embroidered orange border with gold sitara.
A jacquard shirt is beautifully embroidered with gold florals and the sleeves are enhanced with embroidery and gota pati. It is paired up with a gharara in self organza framed with zari borders, along with a dhani green organza dupatta with bootis (motifs) and kiran border.
A crimson red silk Peshwas is meticulously designed with gota motifs on the bodice while the border is framed with the magic of chatta pati. This stunning piece is paired up with choridars and a zari organza dupatta.
A tangerine silk canvas is adorned with gold botis (motifs) and beautiful gota work, while special attention is given to the back tassels that are made of leather and ghungroos. The shirt is paired up with a gorgeous hand-rendered gharara with lappa finishings and a chiffon dupatta having embroidered borders.
A yellow tie and dye cotton Peshwas is adroned with hot pink gota details on the neckline to add a festive feel. It is paired up with contrasting silk pants in a bright purple hue and yellow organza dupatta having a gota border.
A plum silk canvas is adorned with gold botis (motifs), risham embroidery and sitara. Special attention is given to the sleeves of the shirt using tangerine details, lappa and gotta. It is paired up with a green jamawar shalwar with lappa finishings and a foil printed dupatta, framed with plum embroidered borders.