HandWork Unstitched Salwar Suit
An opeara silk outfit with stone, kardana work, gota patti work, and pipe stitch embroidery all over is a type of traditional Indian garment that is typically worn for special occasions and celebrations.
The opeara silk fabric of the outfit is adorned with intricate stone, kardana work, and gota patti work, which are all types of traditional Indian embroidery techniques that involve the use of metallic threads, sequins, and other embellishments. These techniques create an intricate and sparkling effect all over the garment, while the pipe stitch embroidery adds a textural element to the overall design.The pant (salwar) is made of tapeta silk, which is a lightweight and lustrous fabric that adds a subtle shimmer to the overall look of the outfit. The dupatta is made of organza fabric that has been digitally printed with a colorful and vibrant design and four side threadwork. The digital printing technique creates a crisp and detailed image that adds a modern and trendy touch to the overall look of the outfit.