Embroidered Self Twill – AJKT-02

C$ 257

Brand: Asim Jofa
Self Twill
Collection: kashmiri Tanka embroidered shawl

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Welcome the Asim Jofa AJKT-02 from our exquisite Kashmiri Taanka Embroidered Shawl Collection. Designed with only premium materials and exquisite attention to detail, this three-piece outfit makes for an elegant Pakistani wedding or festive event. It features beautiful designs of the highest quality textiles.

Start with the Kameez, featuring an intricately embroidered shawl on self-twill with a zari line and border embroidery at each hemline, front, back, chaak and sleeves to complete this stunning ensemble.

This Kameez features an amazing neckline design, featuring organza embroidery on its front neckline, while self-twill embroidery adorns its back neckline. Shuttle lace and cutwork designs with mirror work feature throughout this exquisite outfit for an exquisite and glamorous aesthetic.

Moving on to the dupatta, you will be completely transfixed by its exquisite embroidery of tiny floral blooms on all four corners, bordered by patches and mirrorwork embroidered patches reminiscent of mirrorwork on all four sides. The orange colour symbolizes our heritage and culture while adding a bold splash of colour that perfectly completes this ensemble.

Complete your look with Self Twill trousers featuring shuttle lace on their borders for an elevated aesthetic.

The AJKT-02 features vibrant Red and rust colours to reflect our rich cultural heritage while adding warmth to the ensemble. All fabrics used are of superior quality. Self Twill fabrics that ensure durability and comfort over extended use.

The Asim Jofa AJKT-02 is the ideal attire for Pakistani weddings and festive occasions. It is guaranteed to turn heads and create lasting impressions with its intricate design. So don’t wait, add a dash of elegance and sophistication to your wardrobe today with this beautiful piece from Asim Jofa.