Attention Brides! Here’s Bespoke Designer Label for your Trousseau
Brides, I hear ya! I can understand how stressful wedding planning can get. But you know what is more stressful than planning? Selecting outfits. A bride needs to wear a unique ensemble at every function and make sure that the colours or the patterns are not repeating. Uff, this seems like a task! But it doesn’t have to be. You just need to have a clear vision in your mind and decide what kind of an outfit you want. Communicate with your designer and it’s sorted! One such brand that will customise your lehenga to the T and give in to all your whims and fancies is Plumtin.
Started in 2013, Plumtin is a brand that takes pride in its exquisite embroideries and old-world charm. “Indian history is replete with the glory of embroidery they proudly adorned the palaces of the past. Be it the paisley motif that travelled through the silk route, or the adoring and mirthful cherubs of Kashmir that filled the robes of Delhi’s sultans or even the use of mirrors and beads in the exuberant textiles worn by the Indian nomads, the mosaic of heritage embroidery gets lovingly recreated in each creation” says Samarjeet Kaur Gurm, founder of Plumtin.
Plumtin, as the name suggests, is a tin or the traditional trunk box of goodies. It believes that a trousseau is not just a collection of garments but also a reservoir of memories. Memories that will come alive again and again. Forever they are here to remind us of the sanctity of the occasion. Forever passing on the words of wisdom. As an ode to this moment, it creates costumes that tell a story. A story woven with the rich heritage of hand weave and embroidery. Each piece is unique in its journey from the roots of our heritage to the buds that are coming together to flower. The craftsmanship that is rooted in strength and give the versatility to fly. They make customized, ready to wear bridal outfits, trousseau, formal women wear, cushions and clutches. Here is a sneak peek of their collection-
1.A hand-embroidered rose pink gown with perfect hues of ivory, blush pinks and powder blues to give the glittery effect
2. Hand embroidered outfit with floral motifs in zardozi, birds in colourful threads perched on zardozi branches
3. A gharara lehenga embroidered with a beautiful morrocon jaal- all in intricate zardoz and delicate French knots
4. A light pink gharara and top embroidered in zari and sequins. The gharara has a beautiful jaal effect and the dupatta has flowers embroidered with french knots and zardozi
5. A dreamy lilac gown with Morrocan motifs and filigree lines, all embellished with sequins
You don’t have to worry about your bridal lehenga now!