shivangi singh

shivangi singh

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The fashion trends were influenced by the fashion industry and popular icons as women strove to recreate looks seen on their televisions. From Jane Fonda to Lady Di, the rich and famous of society has a big impact on the fashion trends of the decade...

batik amarillis's folklore vest 4 Available at Batik Amarillis webstore www.batikamarillis-shop.com A vintage waistcoat vest inspired features Hungarian's meticulous, colorful & intricating embroidery style on raw tenun gedog Tuban with batik gedog piping

batik amarillis's folklore vest 4 Available at Batik Amarillis webstore www.batikamarillis-shop.com A vintage waistcoat vest inspired features Hungarian's meticulous, colorful & intricating embroidery style on raw tenun gedog Tuban with batik gedog piping

Batik Amarillis made in Indonesia proudly presents Batik Amarillis' folklore#2 vol#1 Transylvanian skirt & mini obi belt it's such a unique & folkloric skirt inspired by traditional costume in Transylvania , with meticulous intricating Hungarian embroidery folk art style you can enjoy the beauty of flowers,leaves and birds on its embroidery

Batik Amarillis made in Indonesia proudly presents Batik Amarillis' folklore#2 vol#1 Transylvanian skirt & mini obi belt it's such a unique & folkloric skirt inspired by traditional costume in Transylvania , with meticulous intricating Hungarian embroidery folk art style you can enjoy the beauty of flowers,leaves and birds on its embroidery

This embroidery is called a "kor". It is an old art and at one time embroidered free hand. It is a border that is then sewn onto a sari. This is most common in the Zoroastrian community and the saris are handed down through the generations. How do I know this?  Because I am a Zoroastrian  and pieces like this have been handed down in my family as well.

This embroidery is called a "kor". It is an old art and at one time embroidered free hand. It is a border that is then sewn onto a sari. This is most common in the Zoroastrian community and the saris are handed down through the generations. How do I know this? Because I am a Zoroastrian and pieces like this have been handed down in my family as well.