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Raveena Tandon Dresses | Threads Embroidered Dresses 2013

Embroidery or Handicraft are use to decorate fabric by hand or machine. Mostly we use thread and needle to join metal, sequins, mirror or pearls on fabric and it also incorporate other materiel. in the old age women most often used embroidery on caps, blankets, dress, bedsheets etc, But now fashion designers are implementing on dresses to enhance the beauty and Introducing these clothes through well known Bollywood actresses like Karishma Kapoor, Ayisha takiya and now Raveena Tandon.Today Clothing9 has Raveena Tandon thread embroidered Dresses collection, it included variety of style of eastern dresses like Front open shirts, Double shirts, Anrakali Frocks that have heavy thread crafted on necklines, border and bust point.These Embroidered dresses are especially designed for Evening wear of party wear on vibrant to soft color scheme.Lets look down the new style of Raveena Tandon Dresses 2013-14.

Long Double Frock with thread embroidery
Threads Embroidered Dresses Collection 2013

Front open shirt with thread embroidery
Raveena Tandon Dress 2013
Pakistani Open Shirt Style 2013
Raveena Tandon Anarkali Suits
Indian Anarkali Dress by Raveena Tandon
Threads Embroidered Long Shirt
Threads Embroidered frock 2013
Threads Embroidery Anarkali with Churidar
Embroidered Double shirt design and front open dress

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