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Crimson A line straight with antique gold embroidery with kaamdani details featuring old school hand embroidered details with silk thread resham rosettes. The shirt is paired with chatta patti dhaka pajama with antique and gold handwork border and botis all over. Shimmer net dupatta with scallop’s border and sequins incorporated with chatta patti and silk thread rosettes make this ensemble head turning.
Front open kimono inspired shirt with old school hand embroidered techniques of dabka, nakshi and maroori merged together on black velvet canvas. The jacquard plum pants with velvet appliqué on the hem enhanced with gold and silver hand worked details incorporated with gota techniques.
Leaf green choli with old school hand embroidered techniques of silver dabka and nakshi which is enhanced with silk thread handcrafted resham rosettes in shade of peaches. The back of the choli is of deep plum velvet with a deep back incorporated with Annus’s handcrafted signature tassel. The choli is paired with shimmery Lehnga in shade of corals with chatta patti technique on the hemline which is further adorned with silk rosettes, gota, dabka and handcrafted maroori details. Color blocked dupatta completes the look make this bridal even gorgeous.
Long silhouette straight shirt with old world’s embroidered details in shades of antique dabka. The hemline of the shirt is featuring silk thread rosettes in peach on mint green canvas. The back of the shirt has a deep neckline finished with handcrafted tassel. The top is paired with crushed mint green two legged dhaka with gota and velvet trimmings. Deep marron organza dupatta featuring hand block printed details which are further enhanced with old school techniques of hand embroidery.
Antique gold shirt length peplum with antique hand embroidered details, the neckline of the shirt has emerald details which are enhanced with light catching crystals. Hemline of the top featuring silk thread floral details incorporated with dabka, nakshi and kora. Deep maroon velvet sharara with heavy embroidered details of gota, nakshi and dabka completes the look. This ensemble is paired with scalloped dupatta with velvet appliqué which is adorned with hand embroidered details of dabka and kora.