Lucknowi fashion connecting life to our culture and values

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Lucknow city of nawabs holds a variety of heritage within itself from food, monuments, and Lucknowi fashion. The beauty of city not only lies in the language filled with tahzeeb but also in fashion too.

The city is famous for Chikan work which is carried for years and loved by every generation. Now when summers are approaching most trendy, classy yet comfortable dress has Chikan worked Suits, Tops, and sarees. 

Introduced by Nur Jehan, Mughal emperor Jahangir’s wife. This needlework gained popularity during the Mughal empire and still carries its charm and beauty.

Lucknowi kurta

Carry this with Jeans or palazzo or even with leggings perfect for colleges and even high-end Kurta’s used to be the showstopper of any event.

Even gents kurta’s are available in different fabric and colours.

Tops

Colourful and variety of tops are available which can be paired with jeggings and jeans.

Palazzo

Much in trend and demand palazzo are best with chikankari work and widely available across in wonderful colours and can be paired giving stylish look.

Sarees

When we are talking about something originated from India and most trending, ethnic wear Sarees never go off fashion and style. Beautiful cotton and different fabric Sarees are available.

Lehnga

Even bridal and partywear lehnga’s are available with beautiful shades and colours.

Pic Credit: Google

Have you tried any chikan dresses or sarees? Do let me know in comment section below.

Lucknowi fashion connecting life to our culture and values

Lucknowi fashion connecting life to our culture and values

 

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2 Thoughts to “Lucknowi fashion connecting life to our culture and values”

  1. The Lucknawi kurta and saree are my favourites, particularly if its white. Its a very elegant fabric and style.

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