Ethnic wear brightens up any day, especially when its worn by little dolls. It’s a fresh change from the usually Western style of dressing that you see little girls in. What a breath of fresh air it is when the little princesses swap their usual pants and t-shirts for kurtas and salwar-kameez sets! She sees her mother, sister, aunts and even actresses and models don shimmery traditional Indian ethnic wear and wants to try out the same. There are even occasions like ethnic days at school for her to try out this new fashion option. But choosing ethnic wear for your daughter can be tricky. If you select high-maintenance fabrics and easy-to-unravel silken thread embroidery for her ethnic wear, you cannot ensure that she takes care of her outfit on her own in school. Plus, fabrics that are synthetic are harsh and will be abrasive on her delicate skin.
In this scenario, cotton and georgette kurtas with Lakhnavi Chikankari embroidery are the best options. The soft breathable and versatile fabrics make the kurtas comfortable and easy to wear throughout the long school day. The handmade ethnic Chikan embroidery work in swirling floral patterns bring out the grace and allure of the outfit. The semi-formal style of these kurtas make them suitable to wear over jeans for school or any other formal event, and perfect to wear with leggings for festive occasions.
RZUstyle specialises in traditional Lucknowi Chikankari work on a variety of cotton and georgette kurtas. This handmade ethnic Chikan embroidery work comes in a wide range of shades and colours to match your little girl’s vibrant personality. Shop online at: http://www.rzustyle.com/Chikan-Girls-Tops-catid-569876-page-1.html#page=1.