Parsi Embroidery is an aesthetic composition of pictorial traditions and an emblem of elegance. Combining the beauty inherent in four cultural traditions – Persian, Chinese, Indian and European – this exquisite textile form is truly an intercultural craft. .The Parsi Suits are indeed worth a treasure. Parsi suits are comparatively more costly but their appeal and style are so immensely enchanting that it overcomes all the hurdle of price tag for an avid buyer. Since it is the hand embroidery, one of the most prized possessions of a Parsi woman is their Parsi embroidered clothes. Parsi embroidery incorporates motifs that have deep meanings. The reverence of the Parsis towards nature is evident in their embroidery work. It comes with a Top & dupatta .
Top = Satin Silk (2.5 mtrs) Dupatta = Georgette (2.5 mtrs)
FABRIC: Satin is a sleek and glossy fabric created with a particular type of textile weave, during the process woven material is run through hot cylinders. The weave method used to create Satin Silk is different from a basic fabric, the latter is woven by having the threads in each direction (the warp and the weft) going one over and one under. The satin weave is four over and one under, with less interlacings of the threads. That process gives fabric its characteristic glossy surface and a dull back. The fibers that are commonly woven to create satin are silk, cotton, wool and also synthetic materials like polyester or acetate that allow to have a less expensive fabric. Satin is used to realize a lot of products, in particular elegant dresses, bridal and wedding wear, lingerie and bedding.
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