Celebrate opulence with Little Luxury’s Spring-Summer 21’ collection Jaipur Royalty, suffused with inspiration drawn from India’s marvellous pink city, Jaipur. Jaipur Royalty emanates the glory of the city in its true essence—the ensembles capture the grandeur of Maharanis and Maharajas through the intricate motifs and delicate hand embroidered zardozi work. Each outfit is a blend of traditional festive silhouettes in soothing gemstone pastels, exuding sheer royalty.
As the name suggests, our Maharaja Sherwani Set emanates royalty with its Nehru collared gold tone sherwani jacket. It has a unique, asymmetrical hemline, front buttons and an attractive embroidery of a lion that is the main highlight. Styled with chalk white plain churidar. This ensemble captures the grandeur of Maharanis and Maharajas through the intricate motifs and delicate hand embroidered zardozi work.
Style Tip: Team it with a pair of gold coloured mojaris or some classy juttis for a classic royal look. Add a brooch for added elegance.
Silk Jacquard: The Jacquard is a type of fabric featuring highly detailed motifs that are woven into the warp with the desired colours on a special mechanical loom. The jacquard loom creates a pattern by selecting and lifting warp yarns. How can you tell its Jacquard? You will find long thread floats used to produce the patterns at the back of the cloth.
Slub Silk: Slub silk is a medium-weight, plain-weave silk fabric with a crisp texture. The highly lustrous surface and textured appearance is because the fabric is tightly woven with different sized weft and warp threads. The iridescent effect is because of the different coloured warp and weft threads used.
During the Renaissance, pearls and beads often were sewn in patterns on the clothing of the wealthy. For bead embroidery, the beads are passed through the needle and then through the fabric. The thread is taken in the hook of the needle. Then the cloth is carried to the top surface of the material with needle, and the beads/sequins are taken from the needle to the string. Then the stitch is adjusted with the initial stitch.