In Japanese, Sashiko is a form of decorative stitching, which means small piercings. It is a running stitch technique often used to create decorative designs on a fabric. Traditionally, the Japanese used white cotton thread on the indigo blue cloth to get a distinct appearance.
Here are some Sashiko inspired garments at TheHLabel online store:
Block & Screen-Printed Anarkali
Style your look with this gorgeous ochre-yellow & blue anarkali. It has block and screen-prints at the bottom with a patch on the yoke, buttons and tassels at the back. The full-sleeves have screen prints and machine embroidery on the cuffs. Pair this outfit with stunning oxidised jewellery and ochre-yellow leggings to enhance the look.
Printed Lehenga with Embroidered Crop-Top
Hues of blue can be really attractive and stunning. Wear this beautiful shaded kali lehenga with alternate screen prints and pompom tassel at the waistline. It is paired with a highlighted light blue blouse with block prints and machine embroidery. Pair it with a red dupatta and statement jewellery to complete the look.
Printed Saree with Blouse
A saree in dark colours can be an elegant choice to style at your office party. This set has screen-printed saree with machine embroidery at the pallu. It is paired with a full-sleeved blue blouse with prints at the back and potli buttons in the front. The cuffs of the blouse are adorned with hand embroidery.