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Bridesmaid Lehenga Collection – Mirror work can be traced back to 13th century Persia, and made its way to India during the Mughal era. Mirror work has been in vogue for centuries and is popularly known as ‘Sheesha’ or ‘Abhala Bharat’ embroidery. The basic purpose of mirror work was decoration on a plain fabric. The mirrors are affixed on to the fabric by special cross stitch embroidery that encloses the mirror, and provides it a casing. The stitches not only hold the mirrors in place but additionally contribute to the beauty of the fabric as designs. Mirror work was patronized by the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana. However, this does embroidery can be found in various other parts of the country as well. We have all flaunted mirror work at some point in our lives, such as in Indian festivals like Navratri. Walking down the lanes of Gujarat, one can find little shops selling ghagra choli with mirror work. They might have taken a backseat in our wardrobe in the past, but have surely made a comeback and this time, catching the eyes of the Millennials and Gen-Z. By, its very nature, mirror work remains yet another example of the syncretic legacy of art and craft. It indeed is ‘back with a bang’ and we have our eyes on it!
Mirror work has been a part of our collection. we have used it to create deconstructed motifs with gota and silk threads, and even with prints. This Collection, “Hues of Mirrors,” is specially curated for the women of this century. Ranging from vivid hues to intricate mirror work, this collection will unquestionably capture the hearts of the whole bride squad out there!
from our specially curated bridesmaid collection, HUES OF MIRRORS. Take cover in this dreamy royal blue piece, beautifully handcrafted with mirrors and paired with a delightful dupatta. The intricate craftsmanship of sewing each mirror piece onto this work of art is what makes it so extraordinarily enchanting!
from our specially curated bridesmaid collection, HUES OF MIRRORS. The vibrant colors of this lehenga are not only unique but also effortlessly sophisticated. The Indo-Western design complemented with the intricate hand-stitched mirror work embroidery, makes this a perfect evening attire for the bride tribe.
from our specially curated bridesmaid collection, HUES OF MIRRORS. Look like royalty in this emerald green masterpiece with such minimalist designs and details. The staggering hand-stitched blouse embedded with mirror pieces paired with a majestic flowy skirt, makes this lehenga stand out from the rest.
from our specially curated bridesmaid collection, HUES OF MIRRORS. From the beautifully detailed blouse to the refreshing color palette of the skirt, this lehenga is uniquely designed to make any bridesmaid stand out from the rest. The chikankari embroidery paired impressively with the organza dupatta makes this piece as mystical as the sea.
from our specially curated bridesmaid collection, HUES OF MIRRORS. As luminous as the moon, this lehenga shines over the rest. Since the blouse is embellished with mirror work, the sequence skirt, and ruffled dupatta subtly give a contrasting feel to it, with the tasseled belt that binds this “out of the world” lehenga as one.
from our specially curated bridesmaid collection, HUES OF MIRRORS. “Simple yet marvelous” is what best describes this peach lehenga. A heavily embroidered chikankari blouse with bell- sleeves goes so splendidly with a minimalistic skirt and dupatta, making it a symbol of grace and purity.
from our specially curated bridesmaid collection, HUES OF MIRRORS. A tasseled rose pink blouse goes perfectly in sync with a heavily hand-embroidered chikankari skirt, complimented with an appealing dupatta. The ombre design of the skirt not only enhances the grandeur of this lehenga, but also adds to its luxurious essence, depicting the break of dawn!
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