Rich and grand combination of mustard and red adorns the body with full of heavy sequins work, resham embroidery and aari work. This choli is paired with lehenga skirt and heavy worked dupatta. The lehenga is alienated with six kalis. Each kali is heavily worked with multicolours like blue, pink, green, yellow, brown coloured resham embroidered beads. Freehand designs are occupied in every single godet or kali. In the lehenga choli, every five inches are implicated in multicoloured embroidery and tiny mirror works. Stone works are used to make the lighter colour brighter.
The pairing dupatta is made of bright mustard net with heavily worked at the frame. Multi petal flowery motifs with gray resham embroidery work are approved straightly in the back ground of light yellow. The width of the border is comparatively small. First six inches are filled with semi flower-patterned motifs. Each semi floral motif is shaped with pink and green border and mustard filling stitch inside. Above the motif, three petaled golden flowers are attached with pink outline.
The same border is attached at the back of lehenga choli. Side invisible zip is attached with runner to keep the choli blouse neat.
The waist band is greatly worked with resham embroidery and tinsel work. Many patterns of different leaves are arranged together with sharp outline. A large single green coloured stone is fixed in the middle of the puffing zari. Each kali or godet is separated with seven rows of transparent bead work many golden shiny flecks are given in crossways. Each kali is occupied with a heavy zardosi work. A vertical line of alternative colours are filled evenly to make the lehenga ideal. A large heart shaped motif is patched to start the heavy end design. A heavy peacock design is continued till the end. The same border of the waistline is fixed at the hemline of the lehenga. At the end of the hemline, border with wind zari thread work is attached leaving one fourth of the piping hemline.