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Blooming tales of Phulkari

Poonam Bajaj | 25th Mar 2013
Jacqueline Fernandez in a Manish Malhotra creation.
Jacqueline Fernandez in a Manish Malhotra creation.

Phulkari work is a riot of colours so one can mix and match it with fusion wear.

Phulkari is an evergreen art which can be teamed up with both western as well as Indian wear.

Phulkari clutches can be teamed up with chic dresses or try to be quirky by wearing a spaghetti top and printed skirt with a stole pairing up with Phulkari shoes.

Phulkari work is a riot of colours so one can mix and match with fusion wear, and it can also be accessorised with monochromes to make it more interesting. For a formal occasion you can try an elegant phulkari clutch with a nice black dress or in the day time you can try phulkari bag with casual wear along with chappals. Red, green and yellow are the main focus of Phulkari.

You can incorporate them with light colour dresses.

For a complete bohemian look you can wear phulkari chappals and juttis and team them up with quirky accessories. Or for a sophisticated look try small colourful clutches.

The writer is a designer.

 

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