Zardozi (Zar: gold and Dozi: embroidery) is a Persian word meaning embroidery with gold string. This form of artisan embroidery was once used to embellish the attire of royalty and reached its zenith during the Mughal empire in 17th century India.
The Helene tunic features an intricately hand embroidered silver Zardozi motif offset beautifully by the clean and simple lines of the tunic. Wow them with this museum worthy art form now accessible to you as a versatile part of your modern wardrobe!Your Price: $59
When its time to up the glam reach for the Ramona midi dress. Crafted in silky charmeuse the delicate hand embroidery along the sleeves is inspired by vines and is set with faceted rhinestones. Elegant A line shape that flatters all figures and a chic curved hem that adds a swing to your step. Simple boat neck and cuffed sleeves accented with mother of pearl buttons.Learn MoreYour Price: $48