wearing expensive attires become tremendous, but comfortability, vulnerability also indispensable so that it looks stupendous.

generally, people avoid wearing expensive heavy dresses in monsoon or rainy days because of fear that if it will wet them will loss the shine or glossy of it also difficult to wash at home. which is true, this is just because of those designs which are made on the dresses are not fine or imperfect for them we can suggest,people can buy  traditional dresses for marriage purposes like  Punjabi suits ,Patiala salwar suits or Anarkali suits  and many more of thread work or hand made design which shines quirky and never goes beyond fashion.

you can see some suggestions below… of the dresses in which you feel comfortable,pleasant, enjoyable also it easily washable at home…….

 

heavy marriage suits

Females, especially from the region of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Jalandhar, Amritsar, and other people belonging to North India normally wear a Salwar kameez. As often heard, these women carry the most stylish and varied designs of Punjabi salwar kameez Silk base design makes you feel lofty, Materials used in the dresses like zari on the sleeves, sitara moti, resham thread,dabka makes you look stunning..

Punjabi suits are now being re-designed to give it a new look altogether.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Women are teaming up their kurtas either with pants or with palazzos, which gives them a new look, with a twist.

As palazzo suits are currently trending, women prefer palazzos instead of a salwar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Indian  Anarkali suits have grace and sophistication written all over them. Anarkali word represent its own name “delicate bud of pomegranate flowers/tree” This name signifies the softness, vulnerability, innocent and beauty associated with women who wore Anarkali. It is undoubtedly a timeless style that has made a powerful comeback in the fashion world and is taking the national and international fashion scene by storm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

generally, people avoid wearing expensive heavy dresses in monsoon or rainy days because of fear that if it will wet them will loss the shine or glossy of it also difficult to wash at home. which is true, this is just because of those designs which are made on the dresses are not fine or imperfect for them we can suggest,people can buy  traditional dresses for marriage purposes like  Punjabi suits ,Patiala salwar suits or Anarkali suits  and many more of thread work or hand made design which shine quirky and never go beyond fashion.

 

Designer Punjabi suits have undergone huge transformations from a traditional look with a modern touch.

 

The beauty of a designer Punjabi salwar suit is never because of any fashion trends, but because of its history – of royalty, honour and grace.
Salwar kameez is one of the most popular and well-loved ethnic garments in the world. They have been worn in India for many centuries and are much appreciated for their comfort, versatility and flattering look.

As this outfit is worn across India and has a long, ancient history, there are many varieties from different parts of the country. It has also been adapted into new and innovative forms by designers, resulting in a fabulous variety for women to choose from.

Punjabi Salwar Suit comes up with a three-set beautifully designed kameez having a lovely chunni or dupatta in it. The unique combination of three sums up into a fantastic and complete salwar suit set. Here are the top latest neck designer and hand embroidered Punjabi Salwar suits to keep you updated with fashion.

These dresses are specially inspired from the famous Architecture of AMER fort of Rajasthan.

 

Punjabi suits 

Punjabi suit with hand embroidered sleeves and neck

This peach colour salwar kameez with a heavy embroidered sleeves ‘U’ shape neck with zari and pearls. “peach”  is a hue that is named after the exterior flesh colour of the fruit peach. it is basically a blend of pink and orange shades. This contemporary hue signifies elegance and class and this colour represents immortality.
There are tons of creative ways to make them lookdesigner punjabi suits unique and represent your own personal style. We can customize the dress according to you if you are interested in adding a few touches of flair to the dress.
Silk base design makes you feel lofty, Materials used in the dresses like zari on the sleeves, Sitara motif, resham thread,dabka makes you look stunning.

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Water blue embroidered salwar suits

Look at this water blue embroidered salwar and suits. It is made up of fabric  Silk cotton and materials used in it are multi shaded resham threads,gotta pati,pearls,sitara,beads,moti,cut pipes,cut dana.
The motif of booti is inspired from AMER fort of Rajasthan. Booti work involves a lot of light embroidery which highlights the specified design printed on the suit.
It is made up of three separate pieces: the salwar or the loose pants, the kameez or the long top and the flowing dupatta (scarf).
customize options are available exclusively on jatti couture. Salwar and suit looks more elegant after embroidery work and various designs done in it, the printed dupatta too are heart gaining throbbing attention .

 

 

Anarkali suits

Mustard yellow and red contrasted Anarkali

Enhance your festive looks with this designer mustard yellow and red contrasted anarkali salwar suits surfaced with silk, exquisite zari work and micro-stone patterns. Featuring an eye-catching design and pattern, this set will surely make you stand out from the crowd.
The contrasting red dupatta is surfaced with pure chinnon  materials,resham thread,cut beads  work and is bordered with shimmer.

Peacock blue heavily embroidered kalidar paired with salwar

Peacock symbolizes the Royalty. This dress with the silk base makes you feel majestic with the magnificent combination of colours orange, peacock blue and heavy embroidery will imbrace your personality up to the peak of elegance.
Anarkali is an opulent ethnic dress that symbolizes rich ancient history of Mughal.
Resham thread,sitara,moti,delica cut beads,pearls,sequinses zari dabka is carried out   with these outfit to make it  chicer to look.

Palazzo Suits Trend

Palazzo trousers are long women’s pant cut with a loose, wildly broad leg that flares out from the lower waist. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Palazzo pants for women first became a popular trend. The trend of wearing palazzos went out at the beginning of the 21st century.

nowadays palazzo its again in fashion with various types of new patterns, such as Palazzo Trousers in prints and the fabric with the flow like chiffon and georgette and Lycra, Palazzo pants as formal, Palazzo in Pastel colors, Palazzo in Prints.

JATTI COUTURE featuring Palazzo pants with a traditional pattern. Usually, palazzo trousers are the perfect casual outfit for the season summer, as they are loose and tend to be flattering in light fabrics that are breathable in hot weather. JATTI COUTURE design this outfit as a party wear .jatti couture present the fusion of an indo-western look where palazzos are paired with long Handcrafted kameez and Anarkali as a salwar(bottom). Eye-popping Palazzo suits have got everyone’s attention.

Palazzo suits Designer Palazzo Suits for Special Occasions

The latest Palazzo suit pants, salwar suits, and Palazzo trousers are making headlines in the Indian fashion scene as some of the leading designers are coming up with innovative designs and prints on the best quality fabric. If you are thinking of shopping for one such designer pant from a fashion clothing store nearby, you get to see a myriad of embroidery designs, prints, and cuts that is sure to impress. The selection of fabric material and the style of the dress gives it a typical Western appeal which loved by today’s ‘generation next’ who always look for something appealing and eye-catching to the core. Therefore, it is the Palazzo pant suits that definitely portray a Western casual look that is loved by many.

Punjabi salwar suits

salwar kameez is usually worn by the women in South Asia and also in central Asia. the combination of salwar kurta is also known as salwar kameez Punjabi suit salwar kurta. this is dressed in the northern region of India mainly in Haryana and Punjab. this attire is worn with long dupatta or chunni. it displays modesty.

SALWAR KAMEEZ

kameez is a shirt, where its length is short or long according to the trends. the kameez includes the front neck, back neckline, splits, tucks or plates and sleeves.salwar is also known as suthana. The salwar is a loose trouser that is wide from the lower waist and narrow from the bottom.

WHAT PEOPLE THINK ABOUT SALWAR KAMEEZ THESE DAYS

nowadays everyone is crazy about punjabi salwar suits because of its soberness and simplicity.these days women wearing this outfit on festivals, parties, weddings, and other celebrations events. salwar kameez look imperious.

How JATTI COUTURE design suits

JATTI COUTURE has kept both soberness and luxuriousness in their designed salwar kameez. Jatti couture mainly focuses on keeps the traditions alive with modernity. Jatti couture just not providing the clothes it provides satisfaction to their customers with their crafted salwar suits. the motifs crafted on the suits are handmade. the fine needlework is done by using several types of materials. Jatti couture’s salwar suits give you glossy and classy look according to the occasion.

Since the beginning of time, people have adorned their clothes with elegant needlework and hand embroidery. Be it by sewing shells on the clothes, embroidered motifs with threads, cutting out patterns in leather skirts, sewing gold, and pearls, precious stones onto a dress or adding a needle-woven border to simple linen shifts, early civilizations found many ways to embellish their clothing.

When we look back at the glorious periods of kings and queens, beautiful palaces and forts, fine arts and music, sumptuous meals and of course fancy royal clothing and fashion. India has seen many kingdoms and emperors and every dynasty, be it Marathas, Scindia royal family or Rajputana kings, Mughal badhshas, brought various quality and influence to millenary old Indian fashion. Till date, many royal families have kept their royal heritage safe with their traditions dressing style. With the finest hand-embroidery on clothing is done with the precious stones, gold, silver, pearls and ultimate finesse in textiles, they are the reason the history of fashion in India is so luxurious and memorable.
Indian embroidery includes the number of embroidery designs styles that vary by region and clothing styles .on the basis of the texture of cloth the Indian embroidery is formed. Motifs of animals and flowers are the mixtures of these constitute the design.

JATTI COUTURE often influenced by the royal art and craftwork of the Rajputana Empire. JATTI COUTURE takes the inspiration from the handcrafted artwork in the AMER ROYAL FORT. These colorful paintings are a mixture of Hindu-Mughal culture. jatti couture done the motifs on the clothes with the finest quality of embroidery by using several types of materials like dabka, Salma, zari, pearls, beads. Different types of colorful seeds, Gotta-Patti, valuable stones, colorful silken threads, Kassab, and mirrors.  With the help of special techniques of embroidery designs such as Kantha, Phulkari, Zardozi,