Zardozi For Your Zest!

Zardozi embroidery is a form of embroidery prevalent in India, Iran, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Zardozi embroidery designs comprises of beautiful metal embroidery work and were once used to embellish the attire and clothes of kings and members of the royal family in India. This detailed work was also used to adorn the walls of castles, royal tents, scabbards, wall hangings and paraphernalia of royal elephants and horses. Zardozi embroidery work involved making elaborate designs, using the threads of gold and silver.

The magnificence of the work was further enhanced by sewing studded pearls and precious stones to the cloth. The work was initially done using pure silver wires and real gold leaves. However, in the modern times, the work is done by using the combination of copper wire with a golden or silver polish and silk thread due to the high costs associated with pure silver and gold.

Amrut-The-Fashion-Icon has the prominent range for the rich Zardozi lehengas to make this wedding season as rich and ancient as Zardozi…

  1. The most favourite red poured bridal lehenga which is rich with the zardozi charm on the base of soothing velvety breeze…

2. The magnenimous charm of royal blue to get the touch of royalness with the vintage and bold zardozi to get the perfect queen attire on your wedding day…

3. A red lehenga is the one and only fantasy for many of the women to get once in the entire lifetime, this lehenga dipped in Zardozi is the answer for this…

4. A masterpiece that brings out one magnetic and charmed look for your D-Day. This lehenga is the answer of every question concerning what to wear…

5. Pink has always been the favourite! Pink can be a total charmer for the Zardozi art poured upon it…

What could be more fulfilling then having this charmed zardozi for your wedding, a day to cherish all your lifetime… Check out these all at Amrut-The-fashion-Icon

Published by Amrut Attire Guru

Staying alone in a big city, I am writing for all those women who struggle to balance their responsibilities at work and at home.

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