This deep ox-blood red beauty is a vintage and traditional treat for all contemporary brides. The blouse consists of pure traditional zardozi used in 4 different shades of gold, uncut emeralds, mukaish, sequins, resham and maroori work encrusted with jewelled details. The motifs used are traditional and mughal embellishment inspired with kundan detailing spread all over. The back of the blouse is made entirely in floral artwork. The lehnga is cut in generous flare composed in floral panels with suspended mukaish motifs and cutwork scalloping at the hem. The belt of the lehnga is made in a beautiful shell garland that is finished in cut work along the waist line. Masterfully made jewelry motifs with thick emerald hangings add to the extra effect of grandeur. The dupatta is one of a kind kundan scalloped on all 4 sides. The head side has a thick and bold 6.5 inch border while the remaining 3 sides have a 1 inch scallop continuation. The lighter border sides are grazed with suspended gota garland motifs with paisley jewel motifs holding the strings. The red wine base is fully bedazzled with small jewelled bootis spread out all through the width. (Limited color and work customization possible). Fabric = Net + Pure kamkhwaab (blouse), Net + pure kamkhwaab (lehnga), net with silk finish (duppata).

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