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Read about our latest blog comparing Empire Waist and Anarkali Style
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Trending Empire Waist and Anarkali
The history of Empire Waist goes back to the late 18th century. This is the period in fashion when women wore dresses with a fitted bodice with a high waisted line ending just below the bust. The rest of the dress used to be long and loosely fitted that cov...
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#AghaNoor  Comes to #Toronto . #OrientalCostumes  will now be carrying this rising new star in #PakistaniFashion . Read about Agha Noor's brief right here. 
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Agha Noor - Pakistan's Fashion Rising Star
Agha Noor - Dolmen Mall, Karachi Agha Noor – the rising brand name of
Pakistan.  This women’s apparel store has gained great popularity amongst the
Pakistani women in just a few short years. Four siblings started the brand:
Agha Hira, Agha Noor, Agha Salar,...
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Jadavi Lacha
Jadavi Lacha Set Hyderabad is one of India’s many cities
that are rich in the history of politics, architecture, art, music, literature,
cuisine, fashion, and jewellery. Due to influences of many cultures, empires,
and kings this city offers you a taste of ...
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Here's a brief history about Satin Weave from Oriental Costumes.
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History of Satin Fabric
Satin weave has been used since ancient times. It
was invented in China more than two thousand years ago. The fabric is often
associated with luxury, romance, rich, and sensuousness. Satin fabric is made
of fine silk with cotton yarns or rayon or acetate or...
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Defining Crepe Silk
Crepe
Fabric is characterized as a crinkled, puckered or
pebbly surface. The fabric is made with highly twisted yarns in weft, sometimes
in the wrap, or sometimes in both. Crepe is usually made with a plain weave.
The fabric is woven from all of the major f...
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