Origin to Punjab, phulkari, an attractive floral embroidery work done in the khadi with shiny colored threads is merely impossible to miss. The complex thread work not merely exemplifies craftsman beauty but offers a glimpse into the tradition and custom of the Punjab. Because of bollywood fashion designers like Kanika Goyal, Manish Malhotra, Ritu Kumar, and many other phulkari are not only synonymous to the Punjab anymore. From dupatta, saree, ethnic wedding wear, jutti, handbag to Indo – traditional western clothes, phulkari is currently a favorite form of adornments.
If you are a bride, regardless of the fact that you will be Punjabi or not, who adores the shiny and vivacious phulkari thread work, then there is much reason so that you can include it in your wedding trousseau. Phulkari is very much indeed in fashion (keep in mind Anushka Sharma in Phillauri) and beautiful as well, so let’s help you create a phulkari influenced wedding trousseau for you that you can wear with panache as a newlywed.
1. A Burst of Colorful Dupatta
Obtain some solid colored ordinary Indian salwar suits in the vibrant color like black, navy blue, white, red, yellow, peach etc. Brighten these simple Indian salwar suits, Patiala suits, palazzo suits, Punjabi suits, with attractively embroidered phulkari dupatta.
As the bottom fabric in phulkari dupatta is rarely obvious, use the colors from the adornments done on the dupatta to balance with your suit. The secret is to always wear a different color phulkari dupatta with solid colors to add a lovely pop of colors to your attire.