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Chic Punjabi Suit Embroidery Designs You Must Check Out Now

Want to explore some stunning Punjabi suit embroidery designs for all your wedding events? Check out our specially curated list of images for some inspo!

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Getting married in a true Punjabi style? Then you must be thrilled to explore all the colourful new styles of Punjabi suits! And when we're talking about Punjabi suits, how can we not include the gorgeous Punjabi suit embroidery designs?

Vibrant Phulkari designs on dupatta, stoles, lehenga choli and suits...the heart just skips a beat with these spectacular works of art! The intricate thread work, the vivid colours, the elegant fabric; it all just sounds like the perfect dream wedding dress, isn't it?

So are you psyched to draw some major suit embroidery inspiration?

Check out these beautiful images, start shopping and planning which one to wear on what occasion!

Purple Suit With Neck Embroidery

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When you choose a bright colour like deep purple, your Punjabi suit embroidery designs look all the more prominent. Just like in this suit embroidery image, the contrasting colours of the suit and the Gota Patti work makes it look fresh and lively. Get similar work done around the neck, sleeve hems and bottom of your suit.

Ideal occasion: Pre-wedding shoot, Haldi, Sangeet, Mehndi.

Jewellery tip: Large Chandbali earrings and matching bangles.

Where to look: Jagdish & Sons India LLP (NCR), Rakhi Ori (NCR), Jashn by Aditya (NCR).

Red Suit With Extensive Zari Embroidery

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A red bridal dress is almost mandatory in every bridal article! We just can't get enough of red, can we? So when we're talking about Punjabi suit embroidery designs, just imagine the level of elegance when the base colour is blood red!

An extensive Zari embroidery all over a red salwar suit is something that instantly clicks. You don't need a dupatta if it's a collar neckline. Otherwise, you can just carry it on one shoulder to avoid any disruption to the whole embroidery sight!

Ideal occasion: Pre-wedding shoot, wedding, Sangeet.

Jewellery tip: Golden/silver dangler earrings and silver bangles or one Kada.

Where to look: Aggarwal Creations (Amritsar), Rose Creations (Ludhiana), Sharda Emporium (Amritsar).

Pink Suit With Phulkari Embroidery

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This one is for all you pink-lovers! One of the most popular Punjabi suit embroidery designs is the traditional Phulkari embroidery. And getting that embroidery done on a hot pink Punjabi suit would totally be the dream, right? Vibrant, cheerful, bold and merry! Aren't these the exact words to describe a beautiful bubbly Punjabi kudi?

Ideal occasion: Pre-wedding shoot, Mehndi, Sangeet.

Jewellery tip: Large golden Jhumka earrings, matha patti and golden bangles.

Where to look: Taniya Khanuja (NCR), Diva'ni (NCR), Asha Gautam (NCR).

Sky Blue Suit With Mirror Work

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Spread some serene vibes with this lovely sky blue suit glittering mirror work! When you're looking for Punjabi suit embroidery designs, one with a mirror work along with some embroidery comes as a bonus!

The choice of colour for the threads around the diamond-shaped mirrors is also quite crucial as it enhances the whole embroidery look. Dazzle everyone with this subtle yet charming Punjabi salwar suit with interesting work.

Ideal occasion: Pre-wedding shoot, Mehndi, Sangeet, Engagement.

Jewellery tip: Pearl stud earrings or large pearl & Polki earrings, silver bracelet and a pair of silver payal.

Where to look: Tatva- The Element of Design (Ahmedabad), Dipali Shah Couture (Ahmedabad), Surkh by Harmanpreet Kaun Bhangoo (Chandigarh).

Orange Suit With Multi-colour Phulkari

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Brighten up the whole venue in a vibrant orange suit! And as for Punjabi suit embroidery designs, if you choose Phulkari, it will only add more bounce to your outlook. The multicolour Phulkari design reflects the right kind of cheerfulness and gaiety that a celebration needs. The fine craftsmanship and the choice of colours will simply make you the star of the evening!

Ideal occasion: Pre-wedding shoot, Haldi, Mehndi, Sangeet.

Jewellery tip: Multi colour thread dangler earrings or golden jhumkas, silk thread bangles.

Where to look: Navi Pabla (Mohali), Lucky Store (Chandigarh), Moksha Fashions (Jaipur).

Blush Pink Suit With Floral Embroidery

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Aiming for a princess look for your dream fairytale wedding? Then this is just the thing for you! Floral pattern is one of the most loved Punjabi suit embroidery designs by brides. And to complete your dream look, a blush pink suit would simply take everyone's breath away. The lustrous satin with the graceful embroidery work will definitely complement your fairy tale theme wedding making your outfit the talk of the town!

Ideal occasion: Engagement, Sangeet, Reception.

Jewellery tip: Chandbali earrings or large oxidised gold earrings, a choker or collar necklace and oxidised gold bangles.

Where to look: Sattva (Jaipur), Anand Design Studio (Chandigarh), Gulati Editions (Chandigarh).

Turquoise Suit With Golden Zari Embroidery

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How can we complete our list of Punjabi suit embroidery designs without some super bright OTT colour combos? Pick a dazzling turquoise salwar suit with bold Zari embroidery around the neck, sleeves and hem area. The purpose of this particular colour combination is to cast a glimmering effect! So get the sparkle on, flaunt your brilliance with this gorgeous embroidery suit.

Ideal occasion: Pre-wedding shoot, engagement, Sangeet, Mehndi.

Jewellery tip: Large Polki earrings, Polki maang tikka and matching bangles.

Where to look: Jain Fashioners (Chandigarh), Anupreet Sidhu (Chandigarh), Mani's Designer Studio (Chandigarh).

Choose your Punjabi suit embroidery designs keeping a few things in mind. Like the colour, fabric and occasion. You must also select your jewellery carefully so that the rough edges don't ruin your embroidery work on the suits. Always consult with your Punjabi suit boutique or your designer who would be able to explain which kind of embroidery would be best for a particular type of fabric. Carry your dupatta in a fashion that it doesn't disrupt the work on your suit. You can even ditch the dupatta depending on your Punjabi suit neck styles and the ceremony.

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