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Saumya Jain

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Deep Red Silk Tulle Lehenga with Blouse and Dupatta
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  • SPECIFICATIONS

    Colour: Deep red
    A deep red tulle and silk lehenga. The skirt ia an opulent ode to an archival 18th century Pichhwai textile and features a melange of motifs- birds of paradise, blooming floral blossoms, bejeweled peacocks and festooned horses; framed within an interlacing dabbi jaal derived from Mughal inlay work and rendered on the fragile tulle base using resham and kasab aari embroidery, marodi ka kaam, chaawal-tanka stitches, nalki and naqshi, sequins, iridescent crystals and multi-hued pearls. It was paired with an embroidered blouse and a vintage Benarsi dupatta the is layered with a handcrafted Bandhej pattern and marodi ka kaam. The look was completed with a multihued tulle veil.

  • MATERIAL & CARE

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  • DISCLAIMER

    This is a handcrafted product containing vintage fabrics, Threads, sequins, zari etc. and may have slight irregularities or imperfections. These irregularities are the result of the human involvement in the process and raw material that adds to the finished products charm while ensuring you have a "one-of-a-kind piece”

    Despite every effort to provide accurate images of each outfit's color and design, actual colors and design may vary slightly due to the screen settings of different devices, the mood and lighting in the shoot location, and other factors.

    Any returns for a product due to customer dissatisfaction with a finish (that is not a fault) will need to comply with the RAH terms and conditions.

  • INSPIRATION STORY

    LEHENGA


    “The Eclectic Wanderer” is a tale of travel and transcendence, a yearning of the soul for a long lost home to which one cannot return, which may never was, woven through the language of Motifs-some lost and rediscovered…and some re-imagined. It invokes the essence of a bohemian free-spirited traveler on a perpetual soul searching journey, traversing across a myriad cultures and landscapes picking up Motifs of reminiscence along the way, each reflecting various moods and fascinations en route, ingrained in a sense of pathos and melancholy, of longing and desire, of hope, freedom and rediscovery, of losing one’s “own” to regain the “self” in the process.
    LEHENGA

    “The Eclectic Wanderer” is a tale of travel and transcendence, a yearning of the soul for a long lost home to which one cannot return, which may never was, woven through the language of Motifs-some lost and rediscovered…and some re-imagined. It invokes the essence of a bohemian free-spirited traveler on a perpetual soul searching journey, traversing across a myriad cultures and landscapes picking up Motifs of reminiscence along the way, each reflecting various moods and fascinations en route, ingrained in a sense of pathos and melancholy, of longing and desire, of hope, freedom and rediscovery, of losing one’s “own” to regain the “self” in the process.

LEHENGA


“The Eclectic Wanderer” is a tale of travel and transcendence, a yearning of the soul for a long lost home to which one cannot return, which may never was, woven through the language of Motifs-some lost and rediscovered…and some re-imagined. It invokes the essence of a bohemian free-spirited traveler on a perpetual soul searching journey, traversing across a myriad cultures and landscapes picking up Motifs of reminiscence along the way, each reflecting various moods and fascinations en route, ingrained in a sense of pathos and melancholy, of longing and desire, of hope, freedom and rediscovery, of losing one’s “own” to regain the “self” in the process.
LEHENGA

“The Eclectic Wanderer” is a tale of travel and transcendence, a yearning of the soul for a long lost home to which one cannot return, which may never was, woven through the language of Motifs-some lost and rediscovered…and some re-imagined. It invokes the essence of a bohemian free-spirited traveler on a perpetual soul searching journey, traversing across a myriad cultures and landscapes picking up Motifs of reminiscence along the way, each reflecting various moods and fascinations en route, ingrained in a sense of pathos and melancholy, of longing and desire, of hope, freedom and rediscovery, of losing one’s “own” to regain the “self” in the process.

Colour: Deep red
A deep red tulle and silk lehenga. The skirt ia an opulent ode to an archival 18th century Pichhwai textile and features a melange of motifs- birds of paradise, blooming floral blossoms, bejeweled peacocks and festooned horses; framed within an interlacing dabbi jaal derived from Mughal inlay work and rendered on the fragile tulle base using resham and kasab aari embroidery, marodi ka kaam, chaawal-tanka stitches, nalki and naqshi, sequins, iridescent crystals and multi-hued pearls. It was paired with an embroidered blouse and a vintage Benarsi dupatta the is layered with a handcrafted Bandhej pattern and marodi ka kaam. The look was completed with a multihued tulle veil.

To learn further information about the attire worn by this bride, please contact us.

To learn further information about the attire worn by this bride, please contact us.

This is a handcrafted product containing vintage fabrics, Threads, sequins, zari etc. and may have slight irregularities or imperfections. These irregularities are the result of the human involvement in the process and raw material that adds to the finished products charm while ensuring you have a "one-of-a-kind piece”

Despite every effort to provide accurate images of each outfit's color and design, actual colors and design may vary slightly due to the screen settings of different devices, the mood and lighting in the shoot location, and other factors.

Any returns for a product due to customer dissatisfaction with a finish (that is not a fault) will need to comply with the RAH terms and conditions.