Ethnava Hand Embroidered Coastal Green Cotton Chikankari Kurti-2380
- Ethnava’s charm and harmonious qualities are the perfect combinations of traditional craft and feminine aesthetics. At Ethnava Lucknow Kurti, we strive to make sure that our Chikan Kurtis denotes elegance while being comfortable Chikankari is a traditional method of weaving that uses cotton thread to create detailed floral patterns, motifs, and patterns on fabric. This beautiful ethnic grey Chikankari Kurti is the result of skilled craftsmanship. A Lucknow Kurti has been embellished with intricate chikan stitches called Bakhiya, Keel, and Chanda.
- There are many stitches that are popular, including shadow work. The filling of this stitch is made on the wrong side of the fabric, while a running stitch is made on the right side of the fabric to give it a neat appearance since the stitch is made on the reverse side of the fabric, resembling a herringbone stitch. Millets-shaped knots are called Phandas. Phanda is regarded as an intricate form of stitching. These knots, on the other hand, are small and delicate. Their primary use is for adorning the centers of flowers using simple Chikankari design patterns. It is a knot type of millet-shaped stitch.
- Chikankari workers of that era attended to the personal needs of famous ladies, who adorned themselves in fashionable garments crafted by these artists with their nimble fingers during the Nawabi rule of Lucknow. Various stitches were necessary for creating new designs. There is also GhasPatti, a stitch that is made of grass blades piled up. This Chikan Kurti is versatile, classy, and elegant enough to wear to the office, college, or even out on a casual date. Combined with dupattas and palazzos, this kurta can be worn as a more traditional outfit. Additionally, it can be paired with denim jeans for casual wear. As routine summer wear too, you may love this Chikan Kurti. The flouncy aspect combined with the pastel color makes it a great summer outfit. You can complement the look with a pair of comfortable shoes and earrings. With this stylish high neck top on cotton fabric, your aroma will have a touch of refinement. This Chikan Kurti is enhanced by the motifs. Our skilled artisans created these motifs using their creativity and imagination.
- The most notable features of Cotton Kurtis are its acclimatization and physiological suitability. During summer, when the heat is blistering, we search desperately for ways to keep cool. Every day we are presented with a dilemma – whether to wear something fashionable or opt for something comfortable to escape the heat. However, is fashion at the expense of comfort? Is it possible to have it all? Having trouble deciding what to wear when the sun is blazing is common among ladies. The cotton chikan Kurti and cotton chikan Kurta are undoubtedly the most comfortable when it comes to comfort. Don’t let the fabric worsen the situation, however. As a result of fabrics’ inability to absorb sweat, they are often stuck to your body. No matter how cute and fashionable the dress is, they make you feel uncomfortable. Thus, it would help if you were careful about the fabric you choose during the summer.
- Summer is undoubtedly the season for cotton, making it one of the top fabrics to wear. Cotton Chikan Kurtis and Cotton Chikan Kurtas can often be the best sellers at Kurti Fashion during the summer months. By removing moisture from your body, it keeps you from sweating. Since cotton protects your skin from sweat, it takes a lot of liquid to make cotton feel damp on your body. Cotton Kurtis cools the summer months because they act as an insulator. Whether you are exercising or participating in vigorous exercise, cotton clothes will feel comfortable on you. Another reason to wear cotton clothes is that it is soft and easily stretchable. You won’t be susceptible to skin allergies or rashes with cotton since the clothing won’t stick to you.
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To add the glam to your looks, pair them up with embroidered palazzos and dupattas. Accessorise with metallic oxidized jewelry and a clutch.
The Chikankari patterns follow the typical Awadhi design that can also be found in Henna applied on the delicate palms of the fair maidens of Awadh, and on the ‘raushandan’ built out of stone-carvings on walls. Flowers, creepers, ferns, ‘Boota’, and ‘Kairi’, among other motifs, which are close to the art and architecture of Awadh
Chikan Kurta Also Known: Kurta, Kurti, Noori, Top, Tunic, Boho, Dress
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Disclaimer: Our products are hand-embroidered by expert artisans and may have slight dissimilarities that are a natural outcome of human involvement in the process. These minor variations of Stitches/Motifs add to its charm and ensure you have a unique product.