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India is famous for its vibrant colors and sparkling lights. When we speak of traditional Indian functions, no outfit can be complete without shiny and glittery attire - Mirror work being one such method that adds this feature. Mirror work has long been used as an age-old technique of adding this glamorous shimmery effect. This makes one look amazing for every special event, including bridalwear! Mirror work features on clothing such as blouses or jackets but kurtis especially come out looking really appealing with this feature.
Mirror Work Kurtis are inspired by Shisha embroidery from decades and yet continue to remain fashionable today. If you want authentic and beautiful Mirror work kurtis online then Mirraw offers amazing collections at reasonable prices, so shop with us and add this stylish trend into your wedding kurti wardrobe today.
All you need to know about Mirror Work Kurti Designs
Mirror work, also called Shisha Embroidery. This involves skillfully placing mirrors to avoid looking too bulky or odd. Common fabrics for this art include georgette, crepe, chiffon cotton silk.
Mirror Work first entered our culture through Mughals who brought this art form in from India during the 17th Century. Now, its prominence can be found throughout Gujarat where this work plays an essential part of their culture - predominantly red and yellow kurtis where this technique looks most strikingly.
Styling Tips and Best Occasion to Wear a Mirror Work Kurta
The mirror work adds volume and heavy effect to plain kurtis. This added volume and weight, make a Mirror Work Kurta ideal for any special event or occasion. These can be cultural programs, festivals or wedding season. You can choose the fabric according to each event - heavy ones for wedding functions and light ones for other functions are both great ways to show yours off!
When wearing Mirror work kurtis they make you stand out and look beautiful. This makes this type of kurti perfect for cultural programs and festivals as well. You should choose fabric according to its suitability for any given function so you look perfect no matter the event! When wearing Mirror Work Kurtis you make a fashion statement no matter where you wear it. Be it for a special event or wedding season functions.
Which Bottom Wear to choose when wearing a Mirror Work Kurti?
Bottom wear has no set guidelines or rules; simply pick from pants, jeans, palazzo pants, skirts, leggings or pencil pants and pair it with mirror work kurtis to complete your ensemble. Opting for plain bottoms will keep your look balanced; add matching jewelry or shoes plus some makeup to complete it for an eventful night out.
Mirraw Is The Premier E-Shop For Mirror Work Kurtis
Mirraw offers an incredible collection of Mirror work kurtis that you can choose from in terms of styles, designs and patterns for the festival season. Plus ordering with us couldn't be any simpler; our delivery services ensure your Mirror work kurti will arrive right to your doorstep.