Have your heart set on wearing a gota patti lehenga for your wedding? It looks ‘bridal’, is lightweight and doesn’t really restrict your movement.
WedMeGood is giving us a list of designers who do gota patti really well. Stalk them for your gota patti fix, and we’re sure you’ll get what you’re looking for.
When it comes to gota patti, we think no other designer can match Anita Dongre’s work. From lehengas with delicate gota patti embroidery to some bold new designs and interesting colours and hues, there is something for every kind of bride here.
Where: No 422, Third Floor, 4 Nelson Mandela Rd, DLF Emporio, Vasant Kunj
If you’re looking for gota patti work that’s out of the box, you should definitely check out Abhinav Mishra. His collection has some pretty sophisticated looking gota patti lehengas in non-traditional colours, fabrics, and designs.
Ayinat by Taniya O’Connor has some really cool options with modern silhouettes and contemporary styling. Whether it’s gota applique sarees and blouses, statement gota patti dragonflies on capes and dupattas, pretty lehengas for smaller functions, or funky outfits for the mehendi, you’ll find everything here.
Here is a designer who does gota patti the old-fashioned, traditional way suited for the modern bride; something 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 perfect for the new-age bride.
Contact: +91 9929112400, or write to her at email@example.com
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Nidhi Tholia’s lehengas push the boundaries of traditional gota patti with their enchanting patterns spread over charming colour combos. She has a delightful mix of gota patti and zardozi, which keeps it classy without any over-the-top bling.
Another hidden gem from Jaipur, Hansa Khatwani has a mix of old authentic embroideries and modern quirky handiwork experiments. Almost all their designs feature gota patti work in some way or another, and in exciting colours and fabrics, too.
Featured photo courtesy: Shiv Sharma Photography