Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set
Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set

Red Embroidered Kalidar Kurta Set

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Editor's Note

Red Kalidar Kurta With Embroidered Yoke And Sleeves With Lace Details. It comes With Matching Dupatta And Straight Pants.

  • Color:  Red
  • Fabric: Kurta - Chanderi. Pants - Viscose Dupion. Dupatta - Chiffon
  • Embroidery details:  Machine Ari Work With Sequins Touchup.
  • Care: Dry Clean Only

 

About the Designer

Nadima Saqib is an Indian fashion brand started a decade ago which is deeply into ethnic and traditional wear. It’s distinctive style has evolved as a fusion of intricate embroidery using Indian textile and conscientious work ethics. It’s signature style is originality, as it moves between stunningly crafted bridal wear and perfect ethnic fusion. It’s unique contribution was the use of indigenous methods like block printing, zardosi work and Gara work in construction of Indian silhouettes.

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