MINT GREEN GUL ANARKALI SET
Inspired by spring florals this dupatta is an asymmetric compilation of florals all over the sheer silk organza , paired with a heavy flared anarkali. Length of the anarkali can be adjust as per requirement. Don't forget to add flower to your hair with this and create a head turner with sweetest look.
|Ready To Ship||Yes|
|No of components||2|
|Material||Rose Cotton Anarkali with Organza Dupatta|
|occasion||Festive, Casual, Brunch, Wedding, cocktail, parties, Sangeet|
|Collection||GUL : A BLOOMING FLOWER|
|Country of Manufacture||India|
|Caution||The product will dispose off some color, since it is hand dyed.|
|Contents||1 Anarkali with Organza Dupatta|
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India, with its rich cultural heritage and diverse traditions, has always been a land that celebrates fashion in all its glory. Among the plethora of clothing options available, Peeli Dori stands out as a symbol of elegance, craftsmanship, and ethnic charm. In this article, we will explore the enchanting world of Peeli Dori and its significance in Indian fashion, highlighting the beauty of mint green Anar Kali dresses, intricate embroidery, floral motifs, and more.
Indian fashion is a tapestry of vibrant colors, intricate designs, and timeless elegance. With a myriad of options to choose from, ethnic wear holds a special place in every woman's wardrobe. Among the various traditional dresses, the Anar Kali style, adorned with Peeli Dori and featuring a mesmerizing mint green hue, has gained popularity for its grace and charm.
2. The Significance of Peeli Dori in Indian Fashion
Peeli Dori, which translates to "yellow thread," is a traditional element used in Indian fashion. It is often seen as a symbol of auspiciousness, prosperity, and protection. The bright yellow thread is intricately woven into the fabric, adding a touch of elegance and cultural significance to the attire. It symbolizes the craftsmanship and attention to detail that go into creating these beautiful garments.
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