Luminious cotton combined with the grandeur of gota work. Bias cut panelled kurta with dhari gota work on the kurta panels and sleeves.Delicately adorned with mother of pearl button detailing and handcrafted gota lace edging. Combined with cotton mul dupatta with mughal jaal print inspired from the Amer Mahal, finished with gota detailing.
Farshi Pajama is a woman's attire that was worn between late 17th and early 20th centuries in Muslim courts of Oudh by royalty and ladies from privileged classes of Uttar Pradesh. Farshi means "associated with the "farsh" or floor (for example farshi baithak which is associated with sitting on the floor). When combined with the word Pajama, the term evolves to mean a bottom-wear garment that falls generously on the floor and trails as one walks. Inspired by the classic silhouette of the royalties are our Farshi Sets.
Set of 3 consists of kurta, dupatta and farshi in black color.
Straight cotton kurta with mother of pearl Buttons and cutwork detailing set in a beautiful bias cut.
Farshi (Palazzo) with drawstring and elasticated waist in a relaxed fit. Embellished with Mughal architecture inspired gota jaal work at the hem.
Mul mul dupatta with panelled dull gold gota jaal work on the daman finished with gota lace.
Sharara: Hand embroidered barfi gota sharara in a traditional 6 meters ghera finished with frill detail at the hem.
Kurta: A- line kurta with light gota highlights and handmade potli button detailing on the neck.
Dupatta: Inspired by the heritage dyeing and color combining techniques associated with the state of Rajasthan. Ombré dyed dupatta in a festive combination of orange and pink , with heavy gota barfi jaal work finished with traditional gota bijiya lace.