Georgette Unstitched Suit With Jarkan Work And Dabka Work
Work: Jarkan Work And Dabka Work
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 Georgette?
Georgette is a light-weight, crinkled and sheer fabric, which displays an overall bouncy look. Georgette fabric comes in both translucent and opaque textures and is sheer. The main source of inspiration for this creation was the similar material Chiffon; Georgette is a more durable and stronger fabric. Georgette is a strong absorbent. This makes Georgette easy to dye. Georgette fabric gives a crushed feel. Originally Georgette was made from silk. Later it was blended with rayon. Modern Georgette is made with the use of synthetic filaments. Georgette is also used as a layer in a larger garment, this helps in not adding weight to the overall outfit. Due to Georgette’s thin texture, the Georgette fabric is also lightweight and easy to handle.The most intriguing part of the making of Georgette is the crepe-like twist. Georgette fabric is made using crepe weave. Instead of Chiffon, which gives a flowing look, Georgette is used for the same purpose. Blouses, dresses, suits,gowns and skirts are some of the most common garments on which Georgette fabric is used.
What is Dabka Work?
Dabka Work or Dabka Embroidery originated from Rajasthan. Dabka hand Embroidery is a detailed hand embroidery design, which is made through needle work and thread work. Dabka hand embroidery art is precise. The Dabka hand embroidery has a grace and royal feel, which make your outfit stand out. Dabka work is usually done with zari threads on silk and chiffon fabrics. The hand embroidery art being so intricate, Dabka requires three to five people to design one product. The metal coiled wires in dabka hand work are sewed by passing the needle from the middle of the design to give it a beautiful 3D look, which makes it more appealing. Various motifs and beautiful designs could be used in Dabka embroidery. To give dabka work and edgy and spectacular look French knotting or braiding could also be done. Dabka embroidery is a heavy hand embroidery, and hence, it cannot be worn on a daily basis. Dabka embroidery is for gatherings and traditional occasions on dresses and saris, which adds a touch of elegance to your outfit. To complete the entire look, an ample amount of jewelry will be a perfect charm to your persona. Dry cleaning is the best option when it comes to dabka embroidery. The current situation of the Dabka hand embroidery work in the market is promising. The demand for the art form is huge all over India. Kanchan Fashion offers you a variety of Dabka's in various colors to adorn your basic garments and give them a rich look.