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Embroidered Kurta

The embroidered kurta is highly comfortable, soft, easy to maintain and prone to colorfastness. Additionally, customers are eased with the availability of the designer embroidered kurta in varied colors, designs; sizes and sequence work that meet the latest trends.  The embroidery on a kurta can be of various kinds including chikan, kantha, dabka and even zari and zardosi.
The summer wear kurtas feature "chikan" embroidery around the hems and front opening. The effect is subtle as well as ornate. The pyjamas are essentially drawstring or elastic trousers worn around the waist along with the kurta. These are again available in a wide variety of materials like cotton, silk, satin etc. The material or fabric of the kurta and pyjama (as a set) is usually the same. Some common types of embroidery patterns done are:
• Floral: This basically employs satin stitches with colorful cotton or silk threads.
• Kashmiri: Kashmiri embroidery employs the fine patterns in concentric layers.
• Phulkari: This is the traditional art, native of Punjab and beautifully displays floral motifs.
• Chinkankari: It is the rich art of Lucknow, which involves the use of a white or a colorless thread to form a fine mesh through shadow work.

Embroidered kurtas make for perfect ensembles for all kinds of occasions. Fashion designers have further added their innovative instinct to bring about the best collection of kurtas that encompasses both traditional as well as modern styles. The very reason they have become so popular among the men folk worldwide.

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