Charma Dori is a traditional embellishment style used in South Asian clothing, particularly in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. It is a type of ribbon or trim that is woven with a technique called “gota,” which involves applying pieces of metallic foil to fabric to create a textured and reflective surface. The resulting trim is often used to create intricate patterns and designs on clothing, particularly on the edges of sleeves, hems, and necklines. Gota lace is commonly used in traditional bridal wear and formal attire, and it adds a rich and luxurious touch to any garment.
|17.32 x 13.39 x 2.36 inches; 1.5 Pounds
|Item model number
|Date First Available
|July 22, 2017
|#17,785 in Clothing