Phulkari, the word literally translates into “flower- work” is weaved out from Punjabi culture. Phulkari; an embroidery traditionally done on hand woven cotton fabric with floss silk thread in geometrical patterns is now done on almost all kinds of fabrics with a range of designs available today. Spun from Charkha, the attractive style of embroidery is not only done on shawls and kurtis anymore, in fact, it has expanded its horizon to other accessories as well. The popular piece of art is lovingly adorned by women of all age groups in Punjab for general festivals as well as wedding celebrations. Let’s take a look at the accessories available in the market with Phulkari embroidery.
Going for a wedding in that plain salwar-kameez. Add a Phulkari dupatta to pep up your look. It will not only add a pop of colors to your ensemble but will also make you look ethnic. A range of fabrics and prints are available to choose from depending on your outfit.
Punjabi Phulkari Jutti
Though they are majorly worn with traditional attire, a Phulkari jutti can go equally well with jeans on a casual event.
Phulkari Inspired Earrings
This piece of earring will make you look unique and traditional.
A Phulkari Purse
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