Tassels have their way back in history, from Mughals adorning an array of tassels supplemented with their jewellery and even home décor to the Maharashtrian Nomads using it to woo away the evil eye. Earlier, these were to assert supremacy and royalty, and distinguish individuals on the basis of wealth and power. Tassels or ‘latkan’ are no more a status symbol. Instead they have become a mainstream decorative accessory for various specifications like home décor, footwear, men and women clothing and so on. Of course the designs and the tackles used are substantially distinctive.
The way the tassel clings and prettifies an ensemble is what we are talking about exactly. So which are the ensembles that are adored with this amazing hanging grandeur? The four ends of the dupattas, the end of the back string of a blouse, a kameez/anarkali, or the two ends of a saree pallu. They are made of beads, sequins, and fringes. But with the innovation, ‘latkan’ or a tassle can be in any shape or size.
Traditsiya, too, has used this splendid piece of accessory in many of the anarkalis. The two layered anarkali adorned with heavy zardosi embroidery created with Italian net saw the tassels made out of beads covered with cloth of the same colour as the anarkali. Another shaded Italian net bedecked with very opulent diamond cut work, a new form of embroidery wherein the patches that are without embroidery are cut off from between the entire patch, is embellished with the tassels on the end of the dupatta. Crafted with gold beads coupled with bottle green beads to go with the entire attire.
The new collection of Traditsiya will also see a lot of use of tassels/latkans used and fashioned in various forms. Stay glued to witness the entire collection very soon.
Ever wanted to decorate your attire with that embroidery you saw in the wedding you attended? We have all had these urges to own the outfit with the heaviest or the subtlest embroidery that we adorned for a while. That admired embroidery is not quite far away now.
Traditsiya gets you a new feature of ‘Custom Embroidery’ and ‘Custom Stitching’. We all want to be exclusive in our own way and we give you a chance to do that. If you have a fabric you would like us to bedeck the embroidery of your choice from the palette of embroideries that we offer you with, we would be glad to do so. You can also just select the type of embroidery and we will take care of the fabric, with your consent, of course. We will be presenting you with an array of embroideries to choose from including-
- the eloquent Resham Thread work,
- the royal Zardosi and Zari work,
- the subtle Crochet designs,
- the cultured Mirror work,
- the urbane Kashmiri design,
- the ostentatious Moti and Sequins work,
- the very chic Ribbon work and many more.
Resham thread embroidery work
Give us a squat description of what you want and we will surprise you with the best. Once you select the type of embroidery we will be presenting you with an array of designs to choose from or you can trust us and let us startle you with something extraordinary. Once the embroidery is completed, we would be glad to design the entire attire for you, as of now we are open for stitching orders for Salwar suits, Anarkalis, Pakistani suits, Kurtis, Tunics and Sarees (along with the blouse). Be it a small patch work or heavy embroidery, we are open for all kinds of custom embroideries at affordable rates. Tell us your budget and we will make sure to fit it in that.
You can always mail us your queries and orders- email@example.com or call us- 09769187484. We are based in Mumbai and are open to orders from across the globe.
Elegance. Grace. Opulent. Three words to describe the timeless style of this Indian attire called – ‘Anarkalis’. With the accentuating tight bust line complemented with the graceful ‘ghera’ under the bust line along the length of the kameez, this style is traditional at the same time contemporary.
Anarkali style suits have gained immense popularity in the past few years and have been in fashion ever since. There is no way to go wrong with this one – be it a wedding, a sangeet or just a formal dinner- an exquisite anarkali suit can make you look your absolute best.
Traditsiya has created a collection of Royal Anarkali Suits called – ‘Turua’. The ‘ghera’ of most of the anarkalis is nine meters to make every girl wearing it feel like an Indian princess. You can choose from a variety of anarkalis created with different fabrics to suit every body type, for example, Italian net is perfect for a curvaceous figure and cotton silk for a leaner body type.
The main advantage of buying from us is that it can be altered to your size to fit you perfectly. To shop online- http://bit.ly/18Mi1rQ . All the pieces are available at our Dadar outlet. For more details, contact us on 09769187484.
After oodles of options and the very cliché examples for the byline that would suit our baby – Traditisiya- we decided on ‘The Contemporary Tradition’. So what exactly is ‘The Contemporary Tradition’?
It is anything that you want it to be. But for us ‘The Contemporary Tradition’ is three words that define our brand. Just the way India has evolved and modernized, Traditsiya is an offspring of this evolution and modernization that India is today, deeply rooted at the same time.
For all those who think India is poor is supposedly not exposed to the many rich art forms of India. We are so proud and enchanted to embrace one of the most creative and unfortunately, slowly fading away art form- ‘Hand Embroidery’ as one of our features. Coming back to Traditsiya and its byline, it’s just the right concoction of India and the Indian women of the 21st century along with the flavors of tradition that results in the best fusion.
Check out our collection and you will know. We proudly present to you our baby: ‘Traditsiya- The Contemporary Tradition’.