Description of Sherwani
Sherwani is a long coat like garment that is worn with a churidar, dhoti, pyjama or a salwar. The traces of the origins of Sherwani was found in the British Empire with their similar frock coats and it became more popular after the Mughal dynasty’s rule in India.
Traditional Shwerwanis are symbols of Royal Splendor, later worn by Maharajas daily and Nobels and Courtiers of the King who wore them very frequently. The accessories that go with Shwerwanis are long scarves made of silk or linene material, a Turban on the head and for footwear, there is mojadi.
There are lot of decorations and art work done on Shwerwanis these days using Embroidery by yarn or stones, sequin dress work, lace work, motifs and so much more.
Shwerani commands a magnificent place in the wardrobe. Sherwani is an elegant embodiment of royalty, elegance and dashing style. Generally, not a part of daily wear, the Ethnic Sherwani is closely associated with special occasions including wedding, festivals, engagements, family get-togethers, traditional rituals, and ceremonies.
The range of aesthethic embroideries on Designer Shwerwanis includes:
1) Chikankari Embroidery
3) Jaal Work
5) Kashmiri and
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