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November 09, 2021

Jhil Mil Collection’21

Jhil Mil Premium formal collection comprises an intricate blend of aesthetic colourful embroidery strokes, mesmerising array of hand embellishments and breathtaking elegance of delicate fabric that will bring out the diva in you. The new collection reflects the celebratory evocations of the intimate wedding season era.

Silver net with blue slip gown

Presenting a statement white jacket with a trail, paired with a silk slip dress is a vision to behold. Ice blue stones complement the pink and silver pipe work and fine hand embellishment presents a refined way of crafting compositions with hand work and love.

Grey

The grey net gown with hand embellished details of silver pipes, sequins and stones is tastefully blended with contrasting grey and pink sequin and stone work. The ensemble also features a keyhole neckline and is paired with sequin sprayed organza dupatta. The ensemble incorporates a crushed silk sharara with silver hand detailing.

Pink

Powder pink organza front open gown with gleaming multicolored thread work embroidery and embellishments. Paired with raw silk lengha and dupatta with sequins and pipe work along with naqshi and all over sequin spray on the outfit. The ensemble is an amalgamation of intricate embroidery with glass beads and cutwork edges.

Ice Blue

An ice blue jacket setting a modern vibe with a shawl collar neckline. Paired with a raw silk lengha set with multicoloured pipework blended with stones embroidery and adorned with sequin sprayed net dupatta. The ensemble is an amalgamation of sequin and stones with intricate glass bead embroidery.

Green

Rich pistachio pastel tone and shimmery hand embroidery on an exquisite ensemble consists of organza jacket and raw silk lengha with heavily embellished borders. The look is accentuated with a beautiful organza dupatta. The new collection reflects the celebratory evocations of the intimate wedding season era.

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