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 dupatta and bottom fabric.
Top = Crepe (2.5 mtrs)
Bottom = Crepe (2.5 mtrs)
Dupatta = Georgette (2.5 mtrs)
FABRIC: Crepe is a woven fabric that varies in weight and opacity. Crepe has a flowy drape that works especially well for garment sewing. The fabric often features a sort of crinkled or granular surface, that's a bit rough to the touch. Crepe is a silk fabric of a gauzy texture. Silk Crepe Fabric is the wonderful fabric which is widely used for making Ladies Garments & Silk Designer Sarees.
FABRIC: Georgette is a sheer fabric and is traditionally made from silk.This fabric looks thin and is lightweight in nature. It is strong and more durable. Since this fabric has draping property it is not easy to sew it. Using of needles on this fabric spoils the fabric material by leaving needles holes on the material. So avoid using pins on this fabric.
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