Having a Phulkari to wear is not less than a dream come true for every girl out there. It is a mix of essence of colourful culture and style of Punjab using designs and embroideries in the best way possible; these saris are mainly worn by brides or bridesmates during a wedding season, as this is a go-to choice for many. Although as per the traditional fashion Phulkaris are mainly worn in vibrant shades of red, orange, blue etc, but the one shown here in black is an ultimate stunner. It takes the normal look of an already versatile black saree and makes it more appealing.
You may zoom in to notice the pirate black silk base, being heavily self woven in rich floral patterns, as the name itself says Phulkari, meaning flower (phul) shape (kari), along with colourful diamond motifs spread evenly. Not only the elegant base, its lavish multicoloured border and fully filled anchal flash their lights of beauty; keeping the traditional colors and styles intact, phulkaris are not only about flowers but they also cover motifs and geometric shapes, as also evident here.
A silk phulkari has the best fabric and international phulkari style, to the one who owns, it speaks of class and respect, also cherishes the fondness to save the heritage, disobeying orthodox types.