Traiditional south asian jardoshi embroidery – European fashion in 1700

Style Beyond Boundaries in true way – Golden Motifs and hand embroidery called jardoshi, nakshi kaam, beads work, dabka work and marodi what we see in Ethnic Asian Fashion traditionally since years and generations is also noticed in British, French,Spanish and European Culture between 1700 to 1850. It is matter of research if it was spread or invented over the time. Though it is astonishing to know that jardoshi, dabka, marodi and taar work which we know as mostly Indian or Pakistani Fashion is also seen in Military Uniforms in the times of the Great Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. It certainly was part of Formal Mens Wear which is considered very expensive, high maintenance in Asian Countries. Do you want such embroidery in your formal wear? We have special designing unit to work it out for you – Please check out made to order collection and contact our designer team for your special order.

The embroidery work which is seen in European Outfits is sewn in similarly flower / petals designs as we can see in India/ Pakistan and all parts of Asia, To keep it in budget it is sewn by different kind of material named nakshi, aari or resham.

jardoshi embroidery military uniform neck embroidery -eropean fashion

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