Zardozi Work Suit
An imperial art form of embroidery, zardozi work is visiting the classy Mughal era at its flamboyant best. Derived from the words ‘Zar’ meaning gold and ‘dozi’ meaning ‘work’, it was originally an art of weaving threads made of fine gold or silver. These threads are further woven into fabrics, primarily made of silk to create intricate patterns. When you don a zardozi work suit, it denies excellence of elegance. It portrays craftsmanship at its zenith, employed to fashion exquisitely intricate beauty. It’s unimaginable that the spectacular zardozi work falls to lure a woman into buying one for herself and guarding it as her heirloom asset. The jaalis combines with the heady fragrant beauty of flowers and other flora – fauna motifs to create a masterpiece. The next time you are invited to a party, go for the scintillating beauty of zardozi work suits at Luxurion World to exude a classic vision of opulent embellished style. Let the finest and one of the oldest art form create wonders for you.