Tag Archives: textiles

Half Hand-woven Pure Woolen Stole With Mix Weave

By | January 25, 2022

This natural wool, contemporary stylish Woolen stole from Uttarakhand, is a warm embrace in winters. Sheep have been an integral part of the hill communities. These products are a tribute to that relationship. Each product is handwoven Woolen Stole hence expect some uniqueness of the human hand.The neat weavings and subtle beauty of these hand-woven woolen stoles is… Read More »

Candlelight-Peach Lukhnavi Chikan Sari with Floral Hand-Embroidery All-over

By | January 20, 2022

Superior-quality georgette that lends itself to a fluid fall. The color a pink so pale, it is transparent across the endpiece. Embroidery that adds weight and beauty to the saree. The Indian saree that you see on this page is an expressive, feminine number and would occupy pride of place in the wardrobe of the modern Indian woman.… Read More »

Jhil-Mil Shining – Hand Dyed Gujarati Embroidered Three Layered Skirt and Top

By | December 31, 2021

A charming set of “Skirt and Top” that fits and flatters all. This modest set is perfect for all occasions. Exotic India’s Jhil-Mil, made from pure cotton fabric is oozing with grace. Mesmerizing Gujarat hand embroidery studded with mirrors will leave you charmed. The attractive colorful top is fully hand-dyed, giving it a slight shade. The skirt is… Read More »

Short Kaftan with Printed Florals All – Over and Dori at Waist

By | December 28, 2021

This kaftan from the Exotic India collection is short and sweet and symbolic of perfect summer cheer. The colors it comes in are basic, and the curvaceous motifs printed on the viscose fabric add to the Indianness of the outfit. Team this with a pair of jeans for the casual Indo-western look on a day you are out… Read More »

Pure Woolen Poncho from Kashmir with Ari Hand-Embroidered Paisleys All-Over

By | November 18, 2021

A poncho is an outer garment traditionally used to keep the body warm and safe from rain and wind, but now it is popularly designed as a fashion statement. Earlier it was worn majorly as a South American culture garment, but now its style is recognized and followed worldwide. Like the one shown here, ponchos are a single… Read More »

Bandhani Lehenga Choli Pure Cotton from Jaipur with Thread Embroidered Flowers and Mirrors

By | November 8, 2021

Lehengas are one of the ever-trending trousseaus that can enlighten the wearer’s fashion taste for Indian textiles and love for ethnic wear. Woven here on a pure cotton fabric making it a perfect wear for summers and decorated with the stylish and most demanding bandhani embroidery style. For a typical bandhani beauty, a highly skilled process is involved… Read More »

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 »

Black Wedding Art Silk Sherwani with Bead Work and Thread Embroidery

By | October 6, 2021

Black is the most evergreen color in the entire color palette, that goes well in all kinds of attires and functions; it has the inbuilt characteristic of highlighting a person’s inner beauty and features gracefully. When we look at the delicacy on this page, we automatically connect this garment as appropriate to be worn by the groom’s brother… 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 »

Peacock Handloom Banarasi Silk Sari with Brocaded Hand-woven Kadhwa

By | September 30, 2021

A Banarasi handloom is one of the age-old forms of embroidery, originated from Banaras and still finds its suited position in the contemporary fashion trend. The soft and smooth texture of this bright Indian wear allows it to have an easy and settled flow to the pleats when draped, hence ascending the personality of the women wearing it.… Read More »