Are you amongst the ones who love Gotta work. The ones who just get mesmerized seeing the beautiful intricate hand work of gotta pattis over dresses, or fall in love seeing the golden lampa placed beautifully at the end of that dress. Then this article is for you. Though many options are available today in terms of embroideries for brides, but there is a whole lot of people who love to have this particular embroidery style for their dresses.
Patchwork Machine Gota Work– Anita Dogre’s Patchwork and Machine embroidered gota work over neon shades. Do not overdo neon shades by mixing different colors or strong contrast. They look best when teemed in a single shade or if you really want to choose one more color, then take a shade from the nearest color family.
Gota Lampa over Traditional Bandhej– Anita Dogre’s Traditional Bandhej fabric beautifully edged at hem with Gota Lampas. Gota lampas come in different colors and widths, so you can experiment with them as per your choice.
Lampa Lehnga with mirrorwork upper– POSTCARD By Swati N Gaurav lehnga with Chatai (Woven ribbons) Lampa with mirrorwork and zardosi work top. You can combine two different embroidery styles too, keeping the gota work more prominent.
Gota Ribbon Work– Preeti S Kapoor’s Gota Ribbon work is a intricate form of machine embroidery done with a thin gota ribbon.
Gota Leaf embroidery– Preeti S Kapoor’s outfit has Gota leafs available readymade in market which is used for this kind of embroidery. So one does not have to paste and again sew the leaf as it is big enough to be held while doing machine embroidery. It is less time consuming too. Though it is not intricate as hand gota work but looks awesome when used in nice designs as here.
Gota combined with sequence work– POSTCARD By Swati N Gaurav lehnga has beautiful combination of Gota and Sequence work.
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