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If you picture a Punjabi girl who’s bubbly, happy go lucky, exuding warmth and charm in equal measures, wouldn’t you dress her up EXACTLY like Kareena aka Geet? We sure would. Apart from her impeccable acting chops, it’s the beautiful Phulkari work outfit that she’s adorning that works like a charm, adding a thousand more hues to her already colourful personality!
Phulkari literally means working with flowers, an embroidery technique using floral themes. Phulkari artwork is often associated with Sikh heritage. History has mentions about Phulkari being brought to India by the ‘Jats’ of Central Asia in ancient times. However, it has become synonymous with Punjab where as soon as a girl was born in a family, the mother, grandmother and other womenfolk of the household would start embroidering Phulkari for her to be given away as a part of her wedding trousseau in the 15th century.
Phulkari suits and Dupatta impart you a colourful personality by combining the charm of each thread beautifully. It has so many varied colour combinations to pick up from, no two woman can own the EXACT same Phulkari Dupatta in their wardrobe, and that’s always a bonus! (Read on, we have proved it for you!). Coming back to the 21st century, it has become a staple in almost every woman’s wardrobe.
Moving on, now that we’ve convinced you how versatile this piece of artwork is, it’s not fair to end this blog without showing you our top favourite Phulkari Dupattas from Dupatta Bazaar’s collection. So without further ado, let’s hop onto the bandwagon of ‘Punjabi Kudi' favourites-
Here’s hoping you enjoyed this little something about Phulkari Dupattas. We assure you that you’re sure to find ‘THE ONE’ for you very easily, amongst some impeccable options. We would love to see how you style yours.