Where To Buy Gota Patti Lehengas From!
BY Sakshi Saxena | 25 Jun, 2019 | 9889 views | 4 min read
There's something about a well-made Gota Patti lehenga- it has just that right touch of traditional which works well for a contemporary bride! They look amazing in any colour, and the best part is, that it looks as pretty in pastels as it does on bright colours! So here are some of our fave designers who do Gota Patti well, and if you're fans too, then check them out!
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One tip we should give you here is that if you're looking to source some pretty Gota Patti work fabric on a budget or even outfits, then Jaipur is one city you should visit!
Budget to Mid-range Designers
These are the designers who have Gota Patti lehengas in the range of a few thousands to under a lakh, but their lehengas and outfits are still pretty amazing!
From pretty lehenga sets to shararas with kurtas that have Gota work on them, this sister designer duo has some amazing gota creations up their sleeve, and the ones we love the most are the gota work chandheri outfits they have!
This label has some pretty lehengas in the sub 1 lakh category, which are pretty to double up as bridal lehengas too! We love the vibrant colours and the fact that their lehengas are pretty affordable!
She has some pretty gota patti lehengas in the 30-50K range, and we like them for the colours and the traditional look that they have! Very nice if you want a Gota Patti lehenga which is more traditional than modern!
Another hidden jem from Jaipur, Hansa Khatwani has a mix of old authentic embroideries and the modern quirky handwork experiments. Almost all their designs feature Gota Patti work in some way or another, and in some exciting colours and fabrics!
She has some nice designs in this range if you're looking for them, and we like the contemporary touch her designs have to them- be in terms of colour choice or combinations of colours used!
These are designers who have Gota Patti lehengas that cost over a lakh, but under about 2 lakhs. These have heavy lehengas for the smaller functions, or even those which can double up as bridal lehengas.
If you're looking for Gota Patti work that's out of the box in terms of being paired with other work and fabrics, then you should check out Abhinav Mishra. His collection has some pretty sophisticated Gota Patti lehengas, and the best part is, in non-traditional colours, fabrics and designs!
They do contemporary Gota Patti really well, and we love this label for the new and interesting designs and colours that they have! If you're looking for non-traditional Gota Patti label in unique colours which are just delightful and pretty!
She is a designer who does Gota Patti the old fashioned, traditional way, but suited for the modern bride, which is what a lot of brides look for, especially in their bridal lehenga. She has a lot of outfits with gota-patti, gota appliqué, tara kaam and chord work embellishment, which are perfect for the new age bride.
Nidhi Tholia’s lehengas push the boundaries of traditional gota patti in enchanting patterns spread over charming colour combos. She has a delightful mix of gota patti and zardozi which keeps it classy without the over-the-top bling.
These are your big designers who have exclusive creations- going well into a few lakhs, and are perfect for bridal lehengas or heavy ones for the Sangeet or Reception!
This designer needs no introduction! We can confidently say that no one does Gota Patti like she does- her designs are exquisite and very very popular with brides. Gota Patti is her forte and we love the bright and happy colours she incorporates the work into.
Another designer who has some delightful gota patti designs- her lehengas and shararas range from those fit for the mehendi to even bridal ones, and we especially love her Gota Patti designs in pastels which stand out so well!
While previously known for her soft hues and floral prints and embroideries, off late we have been spotting some super pretty Gota Patti designs by her, and they are as beautiful!
We love their Gota Patti designs, and they do a lot of them! From lehengas apt for smaller functions or bridesmaids to even heavy bridal ones with gota work, their designs are refreshing and modern!
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