Chikankari Sarees are the most mesmerizing Indian attire for women. It has been doing the rounds for centuries, though the shape, wrap, and design has developed with the evolving times. No other garment in the world consists of a long piece of cloth that is wrapped around the waist and draped over the torso. Another astonishing fact about Chikankari saree is that it is surprisingly versatile and Shyamal Chikan showcases these Chikan stitches in a wide range of fabrics.
Confused with how to flaunt amazing chikan dresses? Worry not, our dear Bollywood celebrities love to display their fine taste of chikankari. To seek styling tips and how to wear them, let’s take inspiration from Bollywood celebrities, at Shyamal Chikan, you can find a wide array of these ensembles. Let’s take a look at our favourite celebrities mastering the art of chikankari saga with poise and panache.
It’s time to colour your beloved with joy and happiness. Most awaited celebration around the corner and therefore need to dress up with trendy attires for incredible festive.So, guys if you are the one who is thinking of “what to wear on Holi” then here are some alluring White Chikankari attires showcased by Shyamal Chikan that will make you look astonishing and help to stand out in colour.
Navaratri is observed as nine days of prayers, poojas, delicacies, plays and dressing up in festive glamour for these nine days by the nine colours of Navaratri. Shyamal Chikan recommends ideal Navaratri Chikankari outfits for each day to ease your efforts into gearing up to match the spirit of uninhibited fun. Let’s play the shade game with Chikankari attire and pronounce this season of Navaratri with a whole new Chikankari option and a styled look.
Mukaish or Muqaish or Mukesh or Mokesh work is a form of embellishment work in which strips of metallic wire are inserted into the fabric and then twisted to create metallic embroidery. This type of embroidery involves twisting thin metallic threads to create patterns all over the fabric. This form of embroidery can be done on all kinds of clothing items, right from sarees, lehengas and salwar kameez to shirts, tunics, kurtis and more.