Tag Archives: stoles and shawls

Velvet Dupatta from Amritsar with Embroidered Flowers and Sequins

By | October 28, 2021

A dupatta is a grace-giver to every Indian wearing suit, Kurti, or lehenga. As per our Indian customs, any Indian salwar kameez is incomplete without a dupatta or a stole. This one shown here is woven by expert weavers from Amritsar, having a highlighted native touch of phulkari style. It is woven in super soft and warm velvet… Read More »

Pure Pashmina Handloom Kani Shawl from Kashmir with Woven Paisleys and Motifs

By | October 1, 2021

While shawls of this variety are known for their gravity and their strictly traditional look, this is one pashmina shawl that has a more contemporary look. In terms of color and motif, it features a bunch of paisleys embroidered within Equi-sized quadrilaterals across the field of the shawl in teal, peach, red, and other. The foundation is a… Read More »

Get Pashmina Shawl from Kashmir with Sozni Hand-Embroidered Paisleys

By | January 22, 2021

For those who want a variety in their wardrobe, this piece easily fulfils their wish ranging from cloth type, color, elegance, design and its multi ways of use. Kashmir is a hub for distinctive shawls where Pashmina acquires the topmost position and has gained this prominence since the Mughal era. The hair fibre undercoat shed by Changthangi goats… Read More »

Get Men’s Cashmere Shawl from Amritsar with Kani Woven

By | January 14, 2021

Kani shawl is one of the oldest handicrafts of Kashmir, since the time of mughals. These shawls are woven in Pashmina yarn. It is one of the costliest weavings that can be traced back to 3000 B.C; the intricacy of workmanship and the amount of labour required to create a single masterpiece is worth spending on. Please read… Read More »