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Check out our brand new selection of Cutout Gowns and pick your favorites. We have a plethora of options for every price range. Start browsing through our collection and upgrade your lifestyle now.

Sport The Elegance and Opulence Of cutout Gowns

Dressing in traditional attire is a matter of elegance and pride in India - and this statement stands elevated and justified with cutout gowns. With embroidery technique that takes the trophy in terms of intricacy, cutout gowns impart a sense of ethereal delicateness to the fabric and its wearer.

Whatever the occasion, Meesho's fantastic collection of cutout gowns offers you a wide selection of colours, patterns and styles.

The Evolution of cutout

While it is a common belief that cutout is innately Indian, this form of delicate embroidery actually originated in Europe around the 14th century.

In an attempt to make embroidered patterns look and feel even more gossamer, the artisans developed a whole new style of embroidering, which became cutout. This is a method where a portion of the fabric is "cutaway" to create a gap, which is then filled by embroidering with thread, laces or other pretty things.

Sometimes these eyelets thus created are left open while their edges are sewn down to tie up the loose threads, creating a small "window" in the fabric. Many such "windows" are then created to form a design in combination.

This creates a fabulously stitched piece of fabric that is high in visual value. Today, cutout gowns are available in a variety of coloured embroideries, beadwork, shimmery ribbons and laces, satin work, etc. It all depends on the personal taste of the wearer what they choose because the selection is wide! Go for an alluring neon cutout gown or white cutout gown from Meesho's huge selection.

Types of cutout Gowns

Earlier in the 14th century, cutout was known as Punto Tagliato. Some of the most popular styles of decorating cutout were:

  • Broderie Anglaise - floral patterns made with circular or oval holes.
  • Reticella - a very delicate form of cutout, "needle lace".
  • Hebdo
  • Richelieu
  • Carrickmacross lace
  • Whitework

The most commonly found cutout is Whitework.

Buy cutout Gowns Online at Meesho

Meesho is your one-stop shop for cutout gowns. Discover delicate florals and nature-inspired patterns in cutout at this store, at prices that beat every other shopping destination.