Royal Sherwani

History has always found ways to preserve itself in many forms and shapes. A royal Sherwani also is reminiscent of the maharajas of the bygone era. The Sherwani is specifically popular for its exclusive cut, delicate craftsmanship and the overall design. Royal SherwaniYou must have noticed the ethnic look of the royal Sherwani in period films and historical soaps on television.

The availability of a variety of well textured fabric has only made the royal Sherwani all the more popular. Whether it is Banarasi silk, tanchoi fabric, jamawar, Patola silk or other silk types, the royal Sherwani can be designed from all of these. However, the selection of fabric depends on your likes and requirements. Shades are also as many as there are categories of fabric.

Unlike other Sherwani designs, the royal Sherwani opens on one side. It is cut and designed in the shape of a sword. Exclusive handwork and embroidery pattern impart the Sherwani all its uniqueness. On the sleeves, in the front and towards the bottom, you can notice impressive border booty work. The delicate design patterns not only make the Sherwani look captivating but also reflect a great traditional and cultural heritage.

Crafts work on a royal Sherwani includes rich handwork of diamantes, beads, pearls, precious and semi precious stones, kundans etc. The Sherwani sequins and embroidery also come in many colour variations. The type and range of handwork and embroidery vary depending on the fabric you choose for making the royal Sherwani. Though zardozi and resham embroidery can done on most of the fabrics available for royal Sherwani.

If you are really looking for that exclusive 'rajwada' (meaning royal) look, the royal Sherwani is just the perfect option. With its delicate booti designs and rich embroidery patterns, the royal Sherwani proves to be an ethnic wedding attire.