Got A Thing For Chikankari? Here Are 15 Brands You Can Shop It From Online

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Comfort is the key, especially in the summers. But there's no need to dress down — with chikankari, we can dress up, look chic, and also be comfortable. We've been obsessing over Indian chikankari labels and have been shopping kurtas, dupattas, and even sarees. If you're looking for the best online chikankari labels, this recommendation is all you need! Whether you like it minimalistic or elaborate — these chikankari labels are doing it all. 

Tahiliya

Tahiliya

Sourcing most of their fabric from Rajasthan, Tahiliya is an ethnic wear brand where you'll find a bunch of ethnic wear. On their website you can sort clothing according to fabric, they offer - silk, wool, cotton, chanderi, denim and more. They have a beautiful Chikankari collection in a variety of pastel colours - blue, yellow, pink, and green. The best bit however is that according to their website they launch a new collection every Thursday! 

The Loom

The Loom

The Loom has a lot to offer for kids, men and women. You'll find everything from dresses and kaftans to cushions and dohars. The brand promises that everything is hand-picked, unique and of the best quality. They have an awesome collection of chikankari kurtas, anarkalis, tops, pants and even dresses. If you're looking to shop something different rather than usual kurtas check out this chikankari top and pant set.

Karaj Jaipur

Karaj Jaipur

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From the land of fine crafts, Karaj Jaipur offers some really royal traditional styles. This off-white chikankari straight kurta made to the ensembles we'd wear to various Diwali poojas and office parties. You can go for their other traditional sets to dress lavishly for the next ethnic event.

Anushaa

Anushaa

Ever since we stumbled upon Anushaa on Instagram, scrolling through their website has been one of our favourite midnight pastimes. Why? Because their designs are stunning. We liked their BlackFloor Length DressGreen Straight Kurta, and Cappuccino Coffee Viscose Georgette Ombre Kurta among other items. Most items are available in sizes S to 4XL, and this brand is based out of Lucknow. If you're looking to shop for a festival, we recommend checking out their chanderi collection. 

The Chikankarists

The Chikankarists

The Chikankarists employs local women artisans to embroider and craft its pieces, and if you're looking for classy kurtas and bottoms in understated colours, you've got to shop from this brand. Their full-sleeved kurtas look comfortable AF and we think you can coast through the summer without breaking a sweat in their outfits. We'd recommend pairing their White Cotton Chikankari Anarkali with Cotton Chikankari Sharara. 

Label Aishwaryrika

Label Aishwaryrika

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With a soul desire to promote Indian crafts such as chikankari, Label Aishwaryrika has a wonderful collection of kurta sets and suits. The ethnic sets are priced at a high price, but the variety of pastel hues and modern silhouettes make them worth every penny. We've picked this elegant lavender set, and we're sorted for Navaratri to Diwali celebrations.

Meiraas

Meiraas

Looking for something more elaborate? Well, check out Meiraas then. This is an Indian brand that treats handicrafts as an art form, and sticking to that belief, it creates clothes that look nothing less than art. They've got chikankari kurtas, blouses, dupattas, spaghetti tops, and skirts that are every bit regal. Truly a class apart, this luxury label crafts clothing and pieces that restore the Indian legacy and age-old art forms.

Talking Threads

Talking Threads

Talking Threads is a luxury fashion label with designs inspired by the age-old thread arts. Find classic and timeless pieces in casual, occasion, festive and wedding wear. The brand's chikankari collection includes kurta sets, sarees, lehengas, shararas and more. There's also a section for men!

House Of Kari

House Of Kari

If you want to look like an exquisite Nawabi, we totally recommend House Of Kari. From the name of the brand, you know that their expertise lies in one thing only - great chikankari desi clothing. But! The brand is also making chikankari modern crafting beautiful pleated A-line dresses, short kurtas, and kurtis, maxi and short dresses, collared shirts, stylish kaftans, shrugs and even co-ords! Their vibe is fresh, chic, and perfect for everyday wear. 

Saksh

Saksh is a Lucknow-based brand that works with local artisans to handcraft its pieces. Produced in small batches over a time of 5 to 10 weeks, this brand makes use of natural fabrics that are tender on our skin. From sarees and dupattas to kurta sets and bottoms, there's plenty to gawk at. Three things worth checking out: Chasing Summer Three Piece Kurta Set, Wind In My Hair Kurta, and Hand-Embroidered Palazzo. Saksh crafts stunning kota sarees that are worth checking out!

Noorkari

Noorkari

Noorkari is an online store that has everything chikankari! What we really like about this brand is that along with stitched pieces, they have a lot of unstitched pieces available which give us the liberty to work out the styles we'd like to experiment with. Plus, you can choose from a variety of fabrics so you won’t be restricted to just cotton, they also have georgette, kota, organza, and silk, among other fabrics.

House Of Chikankari

House Of Chikankari

Started by a mother-daughter duo in 2020, House of Chikankari has kurtas, bottom wear, dupattas, accessories and more. Their website is pretty easy to navigate - you can shop by fabric, occasion and collections. We appreciate that the size chart is mentioned at the top bar so you don’t have to struggle to find it in fine print at the end of the page somewhere. Another plus is that HOC has been worn by big names from the Khurana sisters to the bijlee herself aka Palak Tiwari.

Nazrana Chikan

Nazrana Chikan

Nazrana Chikan was established in 1981 and has everything from chikankari masks to Sarees, kurtis and palazzos - all of which is pure Lucknow Chikan work. We actually really liked their chikankari kurti tops in faux georgette that are only priced at INR 850. In fact, the brand, in general, is reasonably priced with sarees starting at INR 1,550 and kurtas starting at INR 599

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