About Long Kurti Design Bangladesh Dress:
Long stitched kurti type modern Bangladeshi dress of white and maroon color mixed of wear hut bd. This dress is a kameez-type long dress. It’s an embroidery design dress are made by our professional craftsman. The embroidery thread is silver in color. This dress is very comfortable to use because it’s made with Soft Linen. It’s a very soft fabric especially imported from Korea. long kurti design Bangladesh
The neck of this dress is round-shaped. The sleeve of this dress is three quarter. It can be weared with churidar or palazzo. The churidar is made with cotton fabric or palazzo is made with linen fabric.
A woman will look very beautiful by wearing this dress. If you want to wear a dupatta with this dress then you can have it by doing some extra payment. Wear hut is the largest store for online shopping in Dhaka Bangladesh ladies’ fashion wear.
Dress Color :
100% matches with the cloth of the picture. However, different media such as Mobile, Laptop, Computer, and other Device color settings can be seen due to light (+) or (-). We wish your awareness about that.
Return policy :
- If our dress quality is not good
- Also, our dress design is not the same as the picture
- If our dress’s stitching quality is poor
Then you can return our dress & we will back your money.
So, dear customers don’t worry to take or doing order our dress. We try to make your online shopping more easy & safe then any other Women’s clothing online store in Dhaka Bangladesh. Wear Hut is a Branded & Manufacturing company.
All of our workers are very careful and efficient. So they make our all dresses according to design patterns. This dress’s fabric is Linen and imported from China. This can be weared in all seasons. Wearhut is the best choice for every girl. Wear hut sells the best quality dresses at a very low cost all over Bangladesh.
You can make customize Kurti by giving your requirements. Don’t feel bothered about the colors. We can give you any colored customized long kurti design Bangladesh.
Tailors from the Bangladesh subcontinent command a vast repertoire of methods, traditional and modern, for decorating fabric. It is likely that all of them have been used, at one time or another, to decorate Kurtis. However, the most common decoration is embroidery. Many light summer Kurtis feature Chikan embroidery, a specialty of Lukhnow, around the hems and front opening. This embroidery is typically executed on light, semi-transparent fabric in a matching thread. The effect is ornate but subtle.