A trend from centuries runways, from fashionista to the masses the suit sets flaunted by all. Extremely comfortable and classy at the same time, these are one of the rare creations that can vary from being completely formal to the perfect casual outfits. Shyamal Chikan showcasing the latest trending Lucknowi Chikankari Suit set designed with Chikan stiches and motifs.
Holi in India is celebrated as the festival of color and togetherness. People come together to celebrate in huge numbers across the country. It is an unspoken tradition in the country to celebrate in White, as a symbol of peace, content and brotherhood.
A motif is a unit of design, a significant theme, subject, visual element or idea that is consistently repeated in or woven throughout the foundation of something, especially an artistic piece. The most common motif used in Chikan embroidery of Lucknow is that of flowers and paisley, these motifs depict the stories of nature. Mughal designs and architecture were hugely inspired by Persian themes that’s why we can witness huge fondness for natural objects like flowers, paisley, grass and creepers.
The Jaali stitch in chikan embroidery is a unique speciality of this craft this stitch gives an effect of open mesh or net created. In this stitch the thread is never drawn through the fabric, ensuring that the back portion of the garment looks as impeccable as the front. It is believed that Noor Jahan, queen to the Mughal emperor Jahangir, took a special interest in Persian architecture. Wide open designs and the visual effects of a jaali i.e. lattice screens in concrete fascinated her.
Gota Patti take a shot at these immaculate dresses is the icing on the cake. It’s what makes these Chikankari unique from the other. If you really want the special limelight and exposure in the field of fashion, Chikankari should be the first choice for all the fashionista. Get extra attention in the crowd by adapting the Shyamal Chikan attires to your wardrobe.