Here’s why gota patti has come back into the fashionable wardrobes!
Gota patti collection is back with a unique twist to adore brides, bridesmaids, and even fashionable little girls. Sustainable clothing too is in vogue and it comes in a wide array of Indian wear and western wear as well.
Gota patti is the most traditional fashion and it is evergreen. Rajasthani and North Indian fashion flaunt of gota and patta with golden embroidery. It is the best for future brides, brides on their wedding days, and in the dreamy days after her wedding at her in-laws.
The most vibrant gota patti collection makes a bride stand out from the rest of the crowd. It also raises the brides’ mom and sisters into a position of prominence. That comes combined with a regal look. And, red is the most authentic colour for the gota patti collection but the same can come about in golden as well.
Not to mention the festive pink best suited for divas who want to flaunt both tradition and sophistication. The healing blue is a relief to the eyes and stands out amidst the flashy crowd wearing red and orange. Then there is the bandhani print with gota and patti embroidered patterns.
Options go limitless from golden to purple to white to cream colours. What’s more, this fashion is reminiscent of the past tradition of wealth and no one can deny that in weddings, tradition is the greatest fashion.
Lehengas and sarees with gota and patti are the most common among the group. However, even Anarkali has come with a unique twist to adore those women who would rather not carry heavy sarees and lehengas.
Fast fashion had its fair share of revenues but customers now want clothing to celebrate their love for nature. This festive season, instagram influencers will flaunt their looks in sustainable clothing. To join the queue for sustainable clothing, it is important for everyone to understand that fashion need not compromise with nature.
Besides, sustainable clothing is in fashion having replaced fast fashion with its eco-friendly alternatives. Gota patti is an example of sustainable clothing as produced in India before the British brought about industrial revolution in the mills. But, there are many other contemporary ways to celebrate organic clothing as well.
Check out multi-designer platforms like Nyka Luxe, Ajio Luxe, Tata Cliq Luxe, Aza, Ogaan, Pernia’s Pop-Up Shop, and others to add a unique twist to your closet. Unique masterpieces from Puro Cosa, AMPM, Aranyani, Ritu Kumar, Payal Singhal, Vipul Shah, and Bhavna Kumar will captivate you, ranging from subtle and sophisticated designs to gleaming embellishments.
Lehengas and ghagras in a wide range of colours ranging from vibrant to sophisticated are in vogue for the sustainable clothing industry. It would be a great privilege for a progressive bride to dress up in sustainable clothing at her wedding and share this joy and pride with generations to come.