Lucknow, the city of Nawabs, the capital of Uttar Pradesh in India. It thrives along the banks of Gomti and is incredibly sculptured by the Mughals. This captivating place has its own cuisine and monument; to our surprise, it has one more alluring thing in its treasured box. Chikankari is one of the most beautiful arts which are preserved by our people. Chikankari is the original form of embroidery, which is originated in the Mughal period. The special kind of embroidery was first introduced to Noor Jahan, the famous Mughal emperor Jahangir’s wife.
This beautiful textile is handcrafted with white threads done on various fabrics such as net, muslin, Cotton, georgette, silk, chiffon, organza, crepe etc. The fabric has to be neither too thick nor too hard so that the needle passes through easily. The process involves block printing which is done before the design to be exact in shape and size.
These fabric are then converted into beautiful designer chikankari suits and Kurtis,
Here are some of the fine Stylish Kurtis and Anarkali suits:
1. Ivory Chikankari white Kurta:
Comfortable and classy, this Chikankari Kurta is a timeless designer garment with irresistible grace and elegance. Further, it is also decorated with tassel details on the neck which adds a contemporary twist to the whole look.
2. Black Noir Chikankari kurta:
Quintessential for every wardrobe, this classic black Chikankari embroidered kurta is the perfect selection for any outings. It flaunts the chikankari work at the front of the kurta which gives aesthetic feels.
3. Beige Chikankari georgette Anarkali:
Made with neutral colours of georgette, this beautiful Anarkali flaunts a classic front. It can be paired up with silver jewellery however, you can search for many other variants like dresses, sarees, long Kurtis and others at the best prices.