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Embroideries have been a historical heritage among the women long since the ancient times. Kundan, dabka and resham are not only a thing of glam and elegancy but also maintenance. With embellished embroideries, one better stick with careful measures just so the embroidery don’t lose a bead or shine. Read through for quick safety measures to keep with the embroidery’s durability.
Dealing with dabka
Dabka, the straw-like embellished embroidery sure seems sturdy and an essential to give the embroidery a thick look, but it stays attractive as long as avoided any contact with water or else it’s going to turn blackish. Keep the charm of the bronze and goldenness alive with sending the dress off for dry cleaning rather than plain laundry.
The multitasking of perfumes
Though not being fond of perfumes, still got to keep one since the metallic looking golden beads on the fancy dresses tend to lose the allure as it starts to blacken. A slight spray of perfume can keep the glow from fading.
Another defense to deal with the beads is to hang the dress either with a plastic covered hanger or hang the dress with the fabric inside out. Same safety cause for the zardozi embroidery work to keep the beads from falling off or getting stuck into other fabrics. Though dealing with badla or mukaish embellishment is a sensitive thing since they won’t stick to the fabric for long even if they’re stitched. However the combination with zari artwork of the mentioned embellishment might be comparatively stronger.
The trouble with threadwork
Be it resham embroidery, brocade or threadwork tassels, the tiny threads are going to keep coming out sooner or later no matter how careful you stay. Trim the split threads occasionally as leaving it like that would just ruin the embroidery, with the split ones being pulling out over and over again. Even the appliques will have you worried with the threads losing on the corners.
With safety hacks must also be a collection of fancy embroidered dresses to keep up with the new arrivals, vibrant colors with perfect combination of embroidery to go with from time to time. Stay updated with the latest embroidery styles on women’s traditional dresses at waayclothing.pk.
Tuesday, March 7, 2017 1:59 PM
Bridal season is in and so are the lehengas. In the city of fashion, you can’t possibly be left behind on the trendy options for pretty much any apparel. You just have to know of where exactly to spot the quality fabrics to go with a variety of trends for a flattering lehenga and choli. With a hype of styles going on around the market from panels to embellished trellises, or from brocade trims to embellished tassels, one has just too much of a variety to hand pick from.
The thing about bridal couture is that you can pair up pretty much anything over the bottom and look great. With the choice of picking a number of praise-grabbing contrasts when pairing up dupatta and lehenga over a crop top, the outfit gets more appealing for a mehendi night, be it for the bride or the bridesmaids. Selecting one of the contrast to be either black, navy blue or dark green is the easiest to select the opposing colors from. For the second selection, orange goes best with dark green, shocking pink with dark blue and black is the king for all. Go with shades of salmon, pink, green, blue or anything. Now the third contrast better be chosen carefully. You can either pick the third contrast from any kundan embellished work from either of the fabric or you can sensibly select the third contrast even without any hints from the other fabrics you’re donning. Another option is to go for two same colors to go for the third contrast or have all the piece of the same color. That pretty much gives more of a complete and sober look. Though donning three contrasts has its own charm but so does the minimal amount of contrast, of course depending upon what choices of embellishments you go for and how you choose to implement them. The carefully you design, the legendary the attire.
The right amount of embellished embroidery
There’s a whole showcase of embroidery marking impressions since the history of Mughals till present and it just gets more creative with every season that comes by. For the bridal wear as well as the pret wears and so on. You don’t just go with a couple of embellishments anymore. You go with hundreds. Okay jokes apart, not that much either but we have been watching the trends adopting around five to six sort of embellished embroidery to be approximate. With the sophisticated and selective mixture of dabka and/or nakshi dabka going with resham, velvet applique, salma sitaray, zardozi which is referred as ‘stitching with gold’, as well as kamdani, tilla, marodi, sequins, mukaish, French silver work and kundan along with the round and square diamantes. The list just doesn’t seem to end of how many ways you can possibly mix and match among all these.
How you choose to implement these embellished embroideries is again a whole new destiny to achieve when you’re actually passionate about it. For confusing moments, you can always surf through the bridal couture sites like you do when you’re up for online designer wear window shopping and have inspiring new clothes designs to rain over your wish list. You can visit waayclothing.pk for fancy inspirations. Now when you go through the product pictures, what you will most probably be witnessing among the trending extras, would be the embellished and ornamental tassels, braided or embellished belt, and crystal or kamdani jaal. Then there are the crystal, kamdani or badla chann, the gota work as well as in the rajasthani one, and the center panels. Like mentioned before, the evergreen list goes on to infinity.
What to do with the crop tops? You will look as graceful whether you pair up the lehenga with either a crop top, a medium length blouse, a short kameez length top or even a super long kameez but that would transform more into a bridal like couture. Anyhow, the neckline can be gone embellished with a handful of embroidery selections or absolutely plain in a velvet or any lighter fabric. So give your best attempts once and have a lehenga masterpiece to glow on you.
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