DIFFERENT KINDS OF EMBROIDERY AND APPLIQUE WORK!

DIFFERENT KINDS OF EMBROIDERY AND APPLIQUE WORK!

Embroidery in Indian outfits is what makes people want Indian fashion since the time of globalization. The intricate detailing and craftsmanship have time and again attracted foreigners to purchase Indian embroidered outfits. With distinctive regions, customs and cultures are weaved into an outfit thus making it look out of the world. Indian embroidered fabrics have always been in demand worldwide, but have also become a rage worldwide.

Let’s take a look on types of embroidery and appliqué work that are extremely popular:

ZARDOSI:

Zardosi is a kind of embroidery that has been practiced by craftsmen since ancient times. This kind of work is done with gold or silver threads and is also popularly known as metal embroidery. The metal wires are studded with crystal stones, beads and sequins and hence are weaved on fabrics that are thick like silk, velvet and crepe. Wedding lehengas and sarees often have the zardosi embroidery that makes it look royal and exquisite.

KALKI ICE GREEN LEHENGA IN ZARDOSI

 

MIRROR:

Mirror is that kind of an embroidery that comes in combination with other types of stitches or embroidery. Mirror is cut in different shapes and sizes and sewed into the fabric that makes it look out of the box! It is embroidered using colorful threads like red, green, blue, yellow, black, maroon, etc. Mirror work is used on Sarees and Lehengas thus making it look aesthetically beautiful.

 

KALKI HALF SAREE IN PINK WITH MIRROR EMBROIDERY

 

GOTTA PATTI:

Gotta Patti is a kind of appliqué work that is done by placing woven gold cloth onto other fabric to create different surface textures. Designers today make usew of this unique appliqué work into their designs thus making them look simply beautiful. Gotta Patti Is used in flowy anarkalis and saree giving them a stylish avatar.

 

KALKI CORAL PINK SALWAR SUIT WITH GOTTA PATTI

 

SEQUINS:

Though not originated in India, the majority of outfits have sequins in them. They come in small tiny discs that have the glitter and sheen effect making the outfits look extra glamorous. Designers make use of sequins in gowns and dresses thus making sequins the hottest favourite kind of embroidery of all times.

 

KALKI SHIMMER SUIT WITH BAT SLEEVES IN SEQUINS

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