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Basic Selection
Garment Type:                 Size:
Top Specifications
Sleeve Design:                
Piping: Neck Sleeves Flair Slits Contrast SameColor
Slits: Front Slit Side Slit
Embellishments: Special Buttons Latkans
Bottom Specifications
Waist Tie: Half Elastic Belt with String String Only
Blouse Specifications
Embellishments: Special Buttons Latkans
Slits: With Slit Without Slit
Piping: Neck Sleeves Contrast SameColor
Opening Type:

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Women Dresses – Kurtis/Salwar Kameez/Lehenga Choli – Standard Size Chart

India/US Size Chest/Bust Shoulder Length Waist
Small(US 4) 38 15.5 Varies by style In most cases, the waistband is drawstring and fits any size.
Medium(US 6) 40 16
Large(US 8) 42 17
Extra Large(US 10) 44 18
Plus Size Plus Size Plus Size
XXL (US 12) 46 18.5
XXXL (US 14) 48 19

*The standard Indian clothing size chart for women starts from 34″ i.e.XS size and goes up-till XXXL / Plus sizes and is based on bust measurement.

*Most of the styles are loose fitting clothes in Indian garments.

How to take measurements

*Take a good fitting outfit of yours

*Place it in front and with the help of a measuring tape , measure the shoulder , chest, waist, hip, Armhole, round arm, sleeve length, Neck and so on ,according to the below given images for top, bottom or blouse only.

*When measuring size, please take exact measurements.


Cottons: Its a natural fabric and very much skin friendly. Being a natural fabric its very cool, especially in summers its the most comfortable fabric. Cottons come in 2 forms :

    *Handloom cottons - Handloom cottons are more textured and give an elegant look to the garment. It is considered as luxury fabric since its manually woven by the master craftsman.
    *Powerloom cottons - Powerloom cottons are smooth and come without any texture.
Handlooms are more expensive compared to power loom cottons.

Rayon, Mulmul, Mangalgiri, Linen are all varieties of cotton fabrics, except the texture and properties differ.

Chanderi: It is either cotton or cotton and Silk mixed fabric. It is a natural fabric. Pricing of this fabric varies with the percentage of Silk versus cotton. As the percentage of silk fiber increases, it becomes finer and is more expensive.

Silk: Its a natural fiber made out of secretions from silk worms. This fabric variety is classified with its weight in grams, heavier the weight, the costlier is the fabric.

Raw Silk has more rough texture than the normal silk fabric.

Banarasi Brocade is originally silk base fabric with elaborate golden or silver Zari weaved motifs. But now many varieties come which may be cotton based, cotton and silk based, tissue based or even georgette based.


These are openings sewn on garments that allow easy putting on and removal and to close the garment with the many fasteners available to you.

You will find many kinds of openings used along necklines, sleeve hems, waistbands of pants and skirts – categorized depending on how they are finished or what kind of fastener is used for closure.

Front Slit
Side Slit

In sewing, piping is a type of trim or embellishment consisting of a strip of folded fabric so as to form a “pipe” inserted into a seam to define the edges or style lines of a garment or other textile object. Usually the fabric strip is cut on the bias. It may be made from either self-fabric (the same fabric as the object to be ornamented) or contrasting fabric.


Embroidery is the art or handicraft of decorating fabric or other materials with needle and thread or yarn. In this way, it has been practiced for decades.

Its a very intricate art where motifs are made with colored threads to decorate the garment and give it an elegant look.

Earlier days embroidery was done only by hands.Different places have their own unique techniques of making a motifs.Different kinds of embellishments are used to decorate the garment e.g.beads,golden or silver foil,colored glass beads called kundan work or even by using colored wires called Zardisi work.

Most popular hand embroidery work is Lucknavi chikankaari,Gota patti work from Rajasthan,Mirror work from Kutch and Ari work and needle work from Kashmir, and so on…..

Embroidery can be done by machine too which is much cheaper and faster way.

Hand Embroidery
Machine Embroidery
Side Pocket
Front Pocket
Block Printing

Woodblock printing on textiles is the process of printing patterns on textiles, usually natural fabrics of linen, cotton or silk, by means of incised wooden blocks. It is the earliest, simplest and slowest of all methods of textile printing. Block printing by hand is a slow process. It is, however, capable of yielding highly artistic results, some of which are unobtainable by any other method.

Wood Block
Block Printed Fabric
Sleeve Design