Just what you need this season! This light weight Kota kurta piece is done in a classic combination of white and olive-green. The entire fabric is hand embroidered with a beautiful floral Tepchi jaal that’s intricate and ethereal.
Soft to touch and with a great fall, this Cotton Rayon kurta is just the thing you need. Done on a bright shade of yellow, this piece oozes exuberance and comfort. Chikan embroidery adorns the yoke, in green and fuchsia threads.
This white kurta piece is an amalgamation of Cotton and Net! The front of the kurta is full of lovely, hand embroidery in the form of flowers. The net border is broad and neatly handcrafted with applique, in shades of white, brown and green.
A beautiful mix of print and embroidery, this lovely green kurta is sure to charm you to no end. Done on a soft, non-transparent Cotton, this one has a smart collar and a yoke full of Chikan embroidery in beige and green threads. The back is a printed fabric, adding to the charm.
Simplicity and comfort combined to make one fabulous kurta. This cotton linen short sleeve kurta looks super chic and casual but can be combined with big jhumkas to add magic. Light and dar green Chikankari bootis on the front look pretty while the vine on the neckline, adds to the charm.
This fine cotton kurta is a blend of two fabrics, one plain green and the other a self print. Chikankari in complementary shades of green and beige has been done on both panels. The hemline has been finished in a stylish way. Paisley motifs are beautifully placed on the back of the kurta.
This white kurta piece is an amalgamation of Cotton and Net! The front of the kurta is full of lovely, hand embroidery in the form of flowers. The net border is broad and neatly handcrafted with applique, in shades of white and green.
In a happy and off-beat blue, this saree will brighten up your wardrobe and your day. Chikan embroidery in green and purple threads has been done on the pallu with little snowflake bootis throughout the length.
This simple and alluring Kota saree is done in an ethereal shade of green. A Chikankari pallu with a Mughal architecture inspired ‘jaali’ motif in green and magenta threads add to the charm and makes the saree look elegant. A neatly handcrafted floral border runs all along with small bootis spread throughout the drape.
A black Cotton waistcoat with green Chikankari vines embroidered along the front and at the armholes. This can be worn over a plain t-shirt, with trousers or jeans. A green dotted patti is stitched neatly along the edges, adding colour to the piece.
A white Cotton waistcoat with Chikankari vines done along the front and armholes. This can be worn over a plain t-shirt, with trousers or jeans. A green printed patti is stitched neatly along the edges, adding colour to the piece.
A beautifully handcrafted kurta in an attractive combination of lemon and green. This one is a mix of Cotton and Net with Chikankari and appliqùe techniques. The kurta is lined so you don’t have to hunt for a slip to match. A green crochet border has been added at the hemline.
This simple yet alluring Kota saree is done in a never before shade of green. A Chikankari pallu with stylised daisy flowers and dots in mustard and green thread add to the charm and makes the saree look super elegant. A neatly handcrafted paisley border runs all along with small bootis spread throughout the drape.