Pure Silk Zari Embroidered Designer Salwar Kameez Suit with Embellished Pearls and Crystalsby Kapil Goel Director
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|Pure Silk Zari Embroidered Salwar Kameez Suit|
The Salwar Kameez Suit was brought to India by the women of the West Asian invaders. Comprising of a particular style of trousers, a long embroidered shirt, and a dupatta, this ensemble is the very picture of modern-day elegance. While the saree is still popular with older, married, and upper-caste women, especially the more inland one goes into the subcontinent; young carefree women have embraced the three-piece suit to forge a style that is uniquely Indian. The gorgeous silken suit you see on this page is one superbly feminine and contemporary number, as good a pick for a traditional evening do as for the more casual side of one's trousseau.
The dreamy blue color of the base is set off by a world of embellishments. Cream- and brown-colored booties emulating fresh flower-laden tendrils grace the kameez. The same is punctuated with pristine faux pearls and crystals to enhance the regal appeal of the dress. The neckline is high and fuss-free as if to complement the midway slit that starts slightly above the knee. Note how the sleeves to transition into transparent silk fabric at the elbow, the transition having been marked with more pearls. The dupatta is matching but translucent and hemmed with a fine strip of gold lace for a look that is as regal as Indian suits get.
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