Naurah Yellow Modal Chikankari Plazzo Set
Step into the world of timeless elegance with our Modal Chikankari Plazzo Set, a masterpiece of traditional craftsmanship and modern design. This exquisite ensemble celebrates the art of Chikankari embroidery, delicately handcrafted to create a look that is both sophisticated and captivating. Our skilled artisans have meticulously adorned this Plazzo Set with intricate Chikankari embroidery. Crafted from the finest Modal fabric, this set offers a luxurious and velvety touch. The fabric’s softness and fluid drape create an ethereal effect, making you feel comfortable and glamorous all day long. The Plazzo Set features a gracefully designed long kurta (tunic) and wide-legged palazzo pants. The kurta’s elegant silhouette gently hugs the body, while the palazzo pants flow effortlessly, ensuring ease of movement and a flattering fit for any body type.
Indulge in the allure of timeless beauty with our Modal Chikankari Plazzo Set. Immerse yourself in the fine artistry of Chikankari embroidery while reveling in the comfort and grace of Modal fabric. Elevate your ethnic wardrobe with this exquisite ensemble, exuding sophistication and charm in every step you take. Embrace the magic of tradition with our contemporary twist – order your Modal Chikankari Plazzo Set now and make a fashion statement that transcends time.
Chikan embroidery is entirely done by hand. Skilled artisans called “karigars” meticulously stitch delicate patterns onto fabric using a variety of stitches, creating beautiful designs. White-on-White: Traditionally, chikan embroidery was done using white thread on white muslin or fine cotton fabric. This monochromatic color scheme gives chikan work its signature elegance and sophistication Chikan embroidery employs several types of stitches, including the famous “shadow work” or “bakhiya,” which involves creating a delicate shadow effect by stitching on the wrong side of the fabric. Other common stitches used in chikan work include “hool,” “phanda,” “murri,” “jali,” and “keel kangan.” Chikan embroidery features a wide range of motifs inspired by nature, such as flowers, leaves, vines, birds, and paisley patterns. Additionally, chikan work may incorporate traditional Indian motifs like butis (small dots) and jaalis (intricate lattice-like patterns).