Beautiful gota work with simple shalwar kameez makes for a good contrast. This beautiful peach pink dress with gota work is magnificent. The color of the dress provides a good background for the gota work. Gota embroidery is hard work. It requires dedication and finesse. Both of these attributes can be seen in this particular dress. During the 80s and the 90s, gota work was done at home. Brides used to embroider their clothes, but the process is quite time-consuming. Hence, people opted to purchase ready-made gota embroidered shirts. A bloom in ready-made gota work business was seen after that. Gota work shirts are the height of Eastern dress fashion. This embroidery never got out of style, even after decades.
The gota work done on this particular piece is finely done and precise. The stitching is pretty good too. The neckpiece work can be observed as being meticulous and stunning. The whole dress is peach, but the neckpiece has shocking pink and green color background as well. The shock of color looks gorgeous and creative. The whole shirt has small gota motifs throughout. On the border of the shirt, the same line of shocking pink and green is stitched. The shirt is heavily embroidered. As the shirt is embroidered, the dupatta and trousers are simple. This is to highlight the embroidery of the shirt piece.
Although gota work is predominant during Mehndi functions, it is seen on other functions such as school or college farewells. The jamawar trousers look fancy and well-matched with the shirt. The dupatta is simple, with a delicate lace going around the border. With beautiful Eastern-style jewelry, the look of this shirt is complete. Good footwear will increase the overall look. The price of the dress is also reasonable. This dress should be in your closet.