This bridal piece is a dream-worthy ode to all that is romantic and ethereal shades of corals pinks and golds sparkle through zardoze resham and sequin work the brocade farshi gharara speaks to times bygone with its stunning craftsmanship a heavily zardoze worked net dupatta mirrors hints of pinks and golds a second chunri dupatta in shades of hot pink and red with kamdaani and zardoze work offsets the bridal piece beautifully.
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