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Chikankari, which literally means embroidery finds its origins in the small lanes of Lucknow. Chikan is a very delicate artwork done by hand in various textiles like cotton, chiffon, muslin, organza, net, and silk. A design is block printed on the fabric and then the embroiderer stitches along the pattern with white thread usually on with pastel-coloured fabrics. In recent times chikankari work has adapted to include many embellishments like Badla, Kamdani, Mukaish, beads, sequins and mirror work.

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Chikankari suits and sarees are very popular throughout India and abroad and vary in prices according to the intricacy of the work. Many replicas like chikankari prints are also available in the market but nothing beats the original beauty of this handiwork. Meesho has an array of gorgeous original chikankari suits for you to pamper yourself.

Different types of stitches used in Chikankari Suits

Traditionally there were about 40 types of stitches that were used in chikankari suit designs, but in recent times, the following are most commonly used.

Tepchi

One of the simplest chikan stitches, Tepchi is a linear or darning stitch. It is done with six strands on the right side of the material which are taken over four threads while picking one up. This forms a line and is usually used to outline a motif in chikankari suits.

Bakhiya

This is also known as 'Shadow work'. In this method, the embroidery is done on the wrong side of the fabric and its shadow is seen on the right side of the chikankari suits.

Hool

This is an eyelet stitch and is finely detached. The artist punches a hole in the fabric and the threads are separated out. The hole is then stitched all around with tiny straight stitches with a single thread on the right side of the fabric. This stitch is usually used to make the centre of a flower.

Zanzeera

These are delicate and small chain stitches done with a single thread on the right side of the material. This stitch is generally used to enhance the outline of a petal or flower once the basic outline is done on the chikankari suits.

Rahet

Popularly known as ‘Dohra bakhiya’, this forms a solid line with back stitches on the right side of the fabric. This is also used to make outlines of the chikankari suit’s design.

Phanda

This is one of the most popular stitches used in chikan suits and sarees. It is usually used to make the centre of a flower in simpler designs. Phanda is a millet shaped stitch worked in loops.

Murri

The oldest and most common chikan stitch, the murri is just like the phanda and are French Knots in a rice shape. Murri is also used to fill in the centre of flowers in the chikankari suits motifs. There is a slow depletion of this style due to a decrease in the artisans doing the Murri embroidery.

Jali

In the jali stitch, the thread is not drawn through the fabric. This ensures that the back of the fabric looks as neat as the front. The weft and warp threads are carefully separated and minuscule buttonhole stitches are inserted into the chikankari suit’s material.

Turpai and Darzdari

These two stitches are an integral part of any chikankari suits design work. Turpai is a thin thread design while Darzdari comes in forms like Singbhada Darz, Kamal Darz, Kohi Darz, Shankarpara Darz etc.

Others

There are many other chikankari stitches but are not be so popular as these will increase the Chikankari suit prices. These are Banjkali, Makra, Kapkaki, Karan, Sazi, Bulbul-Chasm, Kauri, Madrazi, Taj Mahal, Keel Kangan, Chanapatti etc.

Different types of Chikankari Suit Designs with Bottoms

Chikankari work looks beautiful on various suit designs, paired with different bottoms.

Georgette Gota Patti Lucknow Chikan Suits with Sharara

Gota Patti, originally from Rajasthan, is an appliqué technique using gold or silver strips or other coloured ribbons woven in a satin or twill weave. It is done by placing the woven gold cloth on fabrics such as georgette, creating different textures. Mid-length chikankari suits with gota work go well with similarly designed shararas.

Cotton Chikankari Suits with Palazzo

A multi-coloured chikankari suit design on a dark coloured or black cotton fabric paired with palazzos makes a very smart casual outfit. Multi-coloured threads are used for the embroidery which stands out on the background of dark material. A straight-cut knee-length chikan Kurti goes well with palazzos with a chikan bottom. Especially if you are mid-height.

Malmal Lucknow Chikankari kurta with Churidaar

Lucknowi Chikankari work on cotton malmal fabric is elegant and yet makes for very comfortable chikankari suits. Contrasting colour threads, for example, yellow threads on green fabric, really make the design stand out. A long straight kurta with a contrasting churidar can make you look tall, whatever your height.

Modal Cotton/Chanderi Cotton Anarkali style Lucknowi Chikan Kurti with Churidaar

A long kurta with lot of flairs is what the Anarkali design is all about. Chikankari work on these kurtas allows for a lot of embroideries and gives an extremely elegant look. Anarkali Kurtas should be paired with churidars to make you look tall.

Chikankari Angrakha Kurti with Dhoti Pants

A Chikankari Angrakha on muslin cotton paired with contrasting dhoti pants can be a classic if you can carry it off. Smart and chic and a little out of the traditional designs, these chikankari suits style can be a head-turner.

Punjabi Chikankari Suits Design with Salwar

The typical Punjabi design of a short pastel coloured chikankari kurta with a salwar is an all-time-hit. These kurtas look good on georgette or cotton materials with white thread embroidery. Chikankari suits usually look good with contrasting bottoms.

Silk Chikan Kurtas with Pants

This may not be the traditional way of wearing a Lucknowi Chikan Kurta, but a short silk chikankari kurta can give an extremely trendy and smart look when worn with straight pants or even a pair of jeans. A blend of the East and West, this outfit could add some class to your style quotient.

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Meesho brings you an extensive collection of chikankari suits online. A gorgeous collection with Chikankari Suits prices to put any other portal to shame. Meesho promises to make you the centre of attraction with its unique chikan suits designs and colours. Depending on your needs, whether you are looking for an outfit for casual wear or party wear, Meesho has a plethora of designs just for you.

We have given you an idea of the designs, stitches, varieties and pairing options with a chikankari kurta. You will find chikan bottoms as well and can mix and match to make yourself the perfect ready-to-wear outfit!

What is the starting price for Chikankari Suits?

The typical starting price for Chikankari Suits is Rs. 393. However, they come in a number of price ranges, depending on the quality of the fabric and the work. You can browse over 372 Chikankari Suits on Meesho.

What are some of the alternatives to Chikankari Suits?

Here are some of the most popular alternative options to Chikankari Suits: Unstitched Cotton Suits, kota doria suits, Lace Suits, Organza Suits, Kurta Type Shirt,

How can I buy Chikankari Suits online?

You can browse over 372 options for Chikankari Suits online on Meesho. We offer free delivery, cash on delivery and hassle free returns on all of our orders.


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