Gotta work, and Mehndi functions go hand-in-hand. It wouldn’t be wrong to assume that gotta work is mostly worn on the Mehndi function instead of Barat. The origin of gotta work goes way back. This work of embroidery is quite famous in the Indo-Pak region. Women of the 80s and 90s era understand the importance of a good gotta work. The fine golden gotta work on a shirt makes the shirt thousands of times more beautiful, without a doubt. The gotta work looks beautiful on any material, but the work looks more prominent in a simple shirt. The addition of this dress to your fancy dress collection will look great.
The shocking pink color of this piece is quite bold and creative. The color is appropriate to be worn on a wedding function and doesn’t look out-of-place. The shirt looks quite creative with golden gotta work on shocking pink background. The neckpiece has a line of a blue background and green background that looks unique and stunning. The front of the shirt is covered in gotta motifs spread throughout that look beautiful. The dress is in style in suit design 2020. The embroidered shirt with simple shalwar is a design that will never fade away in Pakistan. The dress is a great mehndi piece and looks phenomenal when worn with high heels.
The simple jamawar shalwar with simple dupatta highlights the shirt embroidery pretty well. The blue, red, and green shock on the neckpiece give a unique look to the shirt, and because the dupatta and shalwar both are red, the color mishmash looks out worldly. This dress worn with good make-up and with a side bun looks beautiful. The addition of good shoes underneath will enhance the beauty. Jhumka earrings will complement the dress beautifully. With all the fine gotta work and beautiful stitching, this dress is still not expensive.