If you ever pay a visit to the street shops of Jodhpur, Jaipur and Rajasthan – bridal wedding design galore could be witnessed.
From different colours, designs to intricate embroidery, you really would fall in a fix which to pick up from the number of designs showcased to you.
Thus due to this, modern day millennial have also got imbibed to this culture. Hence, when it comes to choosing culture over couture – traditional lehenga choli designs with abstract manipulations in style patterns have made a mark in the fashion industry remarkably.
Gorgeous lehengas have made their way from Jaipur, Jodhpur and Maharashtra with their unique fabric and pattern of stitches.
Be it saree or lehenga, Gota Patti work has been making rounds in the bridal ethnic market. This is a beautiful craft stitch work, done by the artisans of Rajasthan, Jodphur and Jaipur.
With rich blend of colours and golden applique work, this beautiful stitch work accentuates any colour of the lehenga on which it is worked upon.
Today, the lehenga styles are no more typical chaniya choli pattern. They’ve come up in various forms like high-wasited skirt type with closed blouse for the above. Designs vary,if the gota patti work is done all over the body of the lehenga and blouse with beautiful mirror works on the bust portion of the blouse. Gota patti work comes in various colours, but among pinks and undertones of red, this stitch looks marvellous.In this case, you may opt for a boat neck or backless blouse without tampering the beautiful design by cuts.
Unique fabric – ‘Bandhani’ with Gota Patti stitch on it, are the ones that give that special look to these variety of lehengas. Yellows, maroons, deep undertones of red and green are the colours of Rajasthani lehengas. You can wear it in different drapes.
Just do the ‘ghoomar’ style with these ‘gher’ lehengas.
This is one of the ignored textile form, but brought it into revival during the recent times. Though designers like Guarang Shah and Neeta Lulla with their experimentation have taken this art fabric to the ramp.
This is a unique zari work originated from the place of Paithan. Speciality of this fabric is that the zari looks same on both the sides and are made on pure silk. Lotus, Parrot and vine motifs being the usual traditional designs on the fabric.
With drapes and styles witnessing a tremendous change, it’s time we imbibe and try to hold on to the culture of Gota patti and Paithani, right from the original hub of ‘North India’.
A must in your wedding couture and a not-to-be-missed design in your wedding too.
Its time you set your choices and purchase these types of lehenga online. This not only saves time besides putting forth a number of design choices for you to pick from.