It is a white summer dress with royal blue contrast. The print of Radha-Krishna on the dress makes it look ethinic colourful yet different.
How To Do it Yourself
Take a white dress and divided the front of the dress into 3 parts with 1/2 inch line...
Borders were made at the bottom of the dress and at the chest area of approx 1.5 inches line... And coloured these lines and borders with Soft acrylic Prussian Blue 19 colour
The yok was then designed with a symmetrical pattern in three boxes and fill up with different colours.
The left shoulder is highlighted with a peacock feather ( mor pankh)
The flair of the dress is decorated with a beautiful image of Radha-Krishna and her companions (gopiya) with a floral design on the corners.
After tracing the images fill up the images with different Soft Acrylic Colours :- Flesh tint 30 Turquoise blue 22 White 27 sap green 21 Orange 17 Black 02 Crimson04 Carmine 39 Dark green 06 Dark brown 05 Light green 12 Golden yellow 09
In the midst of blue patterns, colourful designs of the yok and Radha-krishna are gives the dress an overall colourful look...
The dress is further beautified with the stones on the floral patterns and jewellery of Radha-Krishna which pasted by Fevicryl Fabric glue...
The dress was then finished up with Fevicryl Liquid Embroidery on borders and duppatta of Radha-Krishna...
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