Chiffon and phulkari make for a delicate combination. A fine example of such work is the dupatta you see on this page, a gorgeously coloured number that you could team with any number of Indian suits, preferably the understated solid-coloured ones. It is long and luscious, and together with the statement colour palette would dominate your ensemble. This dupatta is a great pick to wear to parties with a traditional spin or to festive gatherings, where you would be sure to be turning a lot of heads.
Phulkari is quintessential to ethnic Punjabi fashion. Traditionally made by the mothers, sisters-in-law, and grandmothers for the younger women in the family, this form of embroidery on a saree or a dupatta infuses it with rich personal significance and value. The base chiffon of this dupatta would make for an enviable drape, while the cream, red, gold, and blue used for the embroidery would ensure you get talked about for days to come.