The yellow and blue color might look tacky to some people, but the right amount of each color makes the whole dress phenomenal. This dress has the right amount of yellow and blue that looks pretty. This dress can be depicted as one of the Eastern dresses. Yellow alone does not pretty, but with the blue color, it looks prettier and fancy.
The main attraction of this dress is the gotta work that is done on the whole dress. A true brown woman knows the significance of good gotta work. Many people claim that their gotta work is fine, but a fine, delicate work speaks for itself. Gotta work on the neck with a splash of the green background looks pretty and classy. The whole ensemble is the ultimate mehndi design. This design was popular in the 2010s but has made a major comeback. The simple enough kameez shalwar looks pretty because of the gotta work done on the front. Simple booties are done on the whole front. The major embroidery is sone on the neck and the border of the shirt. This dress is also simple enough that it can be worn on mayoun functions.
The shalwar or trousers is made of jamawar. The blue color of the trousers looks spectacular with the yellow shirt. The yellow and blue compliment each other rather perfectly. The dupatta is a simple yellow color, and it highlights the gotta work off the front. The purpose of the simple dupatta and simple trousers is to highlight the overall embroidery of the shirt front.
Gotta work is fine and delicate. The stitching is done well. The contradiction between simple trousers and a heavy shirt is stunning. With the addition of the right women’s accessories (we suggest jhumkas), the look of this spectacular dress is complete.