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The Latest Trends in Tamil Bridal Blouses
House of Agham is a small initiative to empower the daily wage weavers of Kanchipuram. They've been in this industry for generations, but sadly have fallen victim to modernization. In the times of machine weaving, they choose handloom and hand embroidery.
Maheswari Badri
HR Professional - Designer
India
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Tamil weddings (Hindu ones, at least), embrace the use of gold, red hues and pay attention to all the small details. Every minute thing included in it has its origin and importance dating back centuries. One such tradition that has been passed for generations is the koorai pattu for brides. The color of the koorai pattu differs for each family, with the most used color being red. It symbolizes the beginning of life for the bride. Over the years a lot of things have found its way in and out of this tradition. Every generation has its own trendy things that they would have tried for their wedding day.

The newest to this trend being designer wear to match the koorai saree. Most of the koorai sarees were worn with plain contrasting blouses, but now that aari and zardosi works have been introduced to make them more attractive and special, a whole new concept of the "bridal blouse" has emerged.

You might think why such a fuss about a blouse? Of course! Many women have been dreaming about this day since their childhood, shaping every little thing for their special day needs to be perfect. This bridal blouse concept has not only created a buzz in South Asia, but also in the Tamil community across the globe. The hand embroidery, along with stone and zardozi, adds the silver lining. From matching the blouse design and pattern to adding little details to make it more personal by adding initials to the latkans.

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House of Agham is a small initiative to empower the daily wage weavers of Kanchipuram. They've been in this industry for generations, but sadly have fallen victim to modernization. In the times of machine weaving, they choose handloom and hand embroidery. Keeping their authenticity and objective of this profession, they price their product relatively low. From embroidering the silk saree with stone works to making bridal blouses, they have expanded their verticals in this pandemic to meet client needs. The internet being an aid has made their work reach lands beyond the oceans. Tamil makkaley, if you are looking to go to a place for your bridal needs, House of Agham is a one stop shop!

Hand embroidery on your fabric, especially on a blouse. Let us know your saree and blouse colour, we design your blouse with your preferred motif, color and work to fit you comfortably, unlike readymade ones these are customized and made from scratch which includes the choice of fabric too!

All you gotta do is share your loved design, measurement and color - voila! We bring it live. We ship our products worldwide and delivery is within 10-12 days. For price and queries contact us through 9566306217 or e-mail us at Houseofagham@gmail.com.

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HR Professional - Designer | House of Agham
India
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