Give your Indianwear Collection an Update with Kanchan Fashion! The set includes a pure silk Unstitched Suit with 3 shade Dupatta. There is Sequin Embroidery and Thread Embroidery given on the Unstitched suit with beautiful dupatta. This is the Perfect Attire for You!
Blue Pure Silk Unstitched Suit with Embroidery
Fabric: Pure Silk
Work: Sequin Embroidery and Thread Embroidery
Delivery Time: 3-5 Days after Order Confirmation
Care: Dry Clean Only
Shirt Length : 48 inches
Dupatta : 2.25 - 2.30 metres
Lower Fabric : 2.40 - 2.50 metres
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What are Unstitched Suits?
Salwar kameez is a classic Indian garment. Salwar Kameez is currently amongst the most stylish and in demand garments in India. An unstitched salwar suit includes three separate pieces in lengths. Unstitched salwar kameez or Unstitched Suits refer to salwar suits that have been purchased before the tailoring is done on the suit. Thus, they are essentially cut pieces of cloth which can then be stitched according to individual requirements. The main advantage of purchasing unstitched salwar suits is that they can be tailored according to personal taste and requirements. One of the biggest advantage of purchasing a salwar kameez fabric unstitched is the opportunity for experimentation. According to personal taste, all the aspects of the cut and style can be customized. the width of the neckline can be altered to perfection so there would be no question of an odd fit or unflattering cut. Unstitched salwar kameez or Unstitched Suits can be made into beautiful clothes which match the latest trends and styles. It would be easy to Incorporate the newest cuts and most fashionable silhouettes with unstitched suits. Checkout our Latest Unstitched Collection Now!
What is Silk?
Silk is known as one of the finest fabrics in the world. Hand Embroidery done using the silk thread was an ancient Chinese art, but is now popular all over the world, especially India. In India, Silk embroidery was heavily adorned on the traditional dresses of the Mughals. India became the second home for Silk production after China. Fabrics and dresses with silk embroidery are worn extensively in India. Silk Fabric is used in clothing like traditional outfits for women. In India, silk embroidery is popular among all age groups.. A huge variety of traditional Indian outfits are inspired and fabricated with silk and are worn by women throughout India.