Tehreem wears Maala, immaculate hand rendered chikankari saari in a fresh coral tangerine hue. It is highlighted with a generous spray of hand stitched Mukesh and worn with a rawsilk blouse with gotta chevron pattern.
A mint chikankari phirann sports a tasteful spray of mukesh. The sleeves are hand-rendered with resham and finished with a gota belt to accentuate the waist. We have paired it with silk gotta chooridar.
Tehreem wears Kamila, a pure silk kameez in LILAC is filled with a generous spray of dabka, sheesha and tilla. The shirt is brought together with our signature hand made doris worn with a kaccha tilla gharara and a net dupatta with hand embroidered borders.
Tehreem wears Kamila, a pure silk kameez in GOLD is filled with a generous spray of dabka, sheesha and tilla. The shirt is brought together with our signature hand made doris worn with a kaccha tilla gharara and a net dupatta with hand embroidered borders.
Naranj Eesha wears Naranj, a tangerine hand-loomed cotton set featuring a cold shoulder kameez with a jamawar neckline, decked in signature embellishments. It comes with our signature gharara featuring a handcrafted border. The set is complete with a net dupatta with motif spray and embroidered borders.
Kali Kali features a fully embroidered peshwas with a chatta patti bodice in the rustic english rose hue. Worn with the peshwas is an elaborately embroidered lehnga for a full-blown effect. We have paired it with an organza leaf jaal dupatta.
Dilara Ivory raw silk is stitched in a front open fashion decorated with resham and zardozi. A delicate spray of booti motifs dazzles the base with accents of peach. It is paired with an izaar embroidered heavily at the hems matched with a chunri dupatta.
A beautiful minimal hand appliquéd and embroidered kalidaar in a classic sepia hue. It features a composed bodice and sleeve pattern stitched together with beautifully detailed panels. Its paired with a chooridaar and a chatta patti dupatta with marori embroidery.
A powder pink farashi gharara set features a timeless chusth kameez with intricate dori marori embroidered front and sleeves worn with a hand worked and appliquéd farshi gharara is worn with matching dupatta sporting heavily embroidered borders.
A mango yellow grip is stitched into an effortless short kalidaar with elaborately embroidered panels and a jewel motif neckline. Worn with a grip dhaka pajama with gotta finishes and an organza dupatta woven together with tilla and finished with gotta.