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We have an amazing designer in Dehli who can do bespoke garments for you on request. She is very talented and experienced. She worked with Tarun Tahiliani for 6 years and does excellent work and within various budgets. To learn more about this option, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The designers we work with can do certain customizations on request. This usually includes changing the neckline or sleeve/blouse length of a blouse or adding more or less tulle underneath a lehenga. If you have questions about a specific customization, we would be glad to assist you. Please contact us at email@example.com with your specific request and we will do our best to accommodate it!
We can assist you in finding and selecting a jewelry set(s) to go with your outfit(s). We represent Internationally renowned Amrapali Jewels in the U.S. and have curated many pieces to go with our garments.
As part of the process of purchasing an outfit from Pia Ka Ghar, we we would be more than glad to advise you on what would suit you for your occasion. We want to help you look your best!
To assist in achieving the "perfect" fit, we offer free virtual fittings. We recommend at least 2 to 3 fittings for a wedding dress done every 3 weeks. Your body changes and so will your measurements. It's important to take that into account when ordering a custom couture garment.
This dupatta is handmade by village women in India, who do running stitch work on the tussar silk fabric, using motifs that they see in their daily lives. Birds and flowers are very commonly used motifs in kantha products for that reason.
Black tulle saree with benarasi border and palu. This saree comes with a fully embroidered blouse piece on dupion fabric. This saree can be ordered on request.
Blue handwoven authentic patola saree. Comes with a matching blouse piece.
"Patola is a double ikat woven sari, usually made from silk, made in Patan, Gujarat, India. The word patola is the plural form; the singular is patolu. They are very expensive, once worn only by those belonging to royal and aristocratic families."