Get ready for some serious Mehendi vibes!
Dabka, gota-kinari, sequins and kundan are embellishments that have been beautifying eastern traditional clothing for years and years. All these fine needlework has been revived and refined by Zainab Chottani in her latest collection “Aangan” formal collection. The designer proclaimed her work as “an ode to the cultural beauty forgotten. It exudes an aura of old world revivalism and heirloom nostalgia. The use of indigenous Gota work encapsulates a mèlange of heritage stitches and hand crafted flamboyant patterns with timeless elegance.”
You are sure to fall in love with the colors and nostalgic aura of this formal wear collection. The color combination and the cuts of the dresses are to die for. (Yep, that might be a tad over-dramatic but come-on just look at the pieces and you’ll know why we are so eloquent in the praise of Aangan).
The cobalt, Egyptian inspired, embellished neckline choli; paired with floral paneled sharara is a thing of absolute beauty.
A yellow shirt with gota, dabka and sequin work, paired with glam jamawar gharara and ombre dupatta, is the best outfit for a mehendi, haldi or dholki.
The glamorous rose pink anarkali attire is a true gem of an outfit. Antique gota and dabka floral work makes it really something to behold.
Hot pink shirt, ombré duppata and jamawar sharara; the color combination, the fine works make it a perfect dress for a bride on her mehendi.
Magenta peplum embellished with silver gold dabka, pearl and kundan look effortlessly chic with mint sharara decorated with floral embroidery. Violet organza dupatta makes the whole ensemble super modern and unprecedented.
Ivory peplum embellished with silver & gold gota and embroidered work. Paired with violet sharara made perfect with chatapati; it’s a beautifully unique outfit.