Nazma Kurta Set
Introducing our radiant Yellow Handwoven Silk Tissue Kurta set, a perfect blend of vibrance and elegance. The straight kurta features a scalloped hemline, infusing a touch of uniqueness into the design. Paired with a stunning pair of yellow Banarasi brocade trousers, it exudes a regal charm. An organza dupatta completes the ensemble. The set has been adorned with exquisite hand embroidery using zari, gota, and silk threads. Elevate your style quotient with this ensemble that effortlessly combines traditional craftsmanship with contemporary fashion.
This handwoven ensemble showcases unique charm and character with slight irregularities in pattern, colour, or texture, celebrating the craftsmanship and individuality of each piece. Embrace these variations as part of the product's story, crafted with care and attention to detail.
|Fabric||Handwoven silk tissue and Banarasi brocade|
|Embroidery||Showcasing the richness of metallic accents and the detailed craftsmanship of thread embellishments: gota and thread embroidery creates a beautiful design on the fabric.|
|Craft||Gota and resham threadwork|
|Wash Care||Dryclean Only|
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This is a standard measurement chart. However, the look and feel of each ensemble is different and each silhouette will have its own fit once you wear it. To order a bespoke outfit as per your body measurements, book an appointment here