into Chicken? Head to Liberty!

By ‘Chicken’ I mean the unedible eyelet cotton fabric available in markets all over Liberty Market currently. I ended up in Liberty Market by accident , and a fortunate one it turned out to be! Tons of new ware to sift through since my last visit in December ’06, in the frenzied Shaadi Season. This time around I didn’t have to shuffle with the crowd, and made the experience quite pleasant.

Back to the ‘Chicken’, choices range from complete suit pieces available in plain but oh-so-slick black to lavender-green combinations, so on. I am sure that early March is the best time to round up a variety of patterns and material and get tailored as you please. Even if you do not purchase a ‘meter’ of cloth, feast your eyes on the beaded chappals and sequinned dupattas on display.

When summer rolls around, you will have some fresh and spunky outfits to strut all over town in!

the bottom line: Retail Therapy is highly recommended.

5 Comments so far

  1. Sabyn (unregistered) on March 10th, 2007 @ 3:16 pm

    Han je. So for the next 8-9 months we are entering into hot zone of cycle. Cottons, malmals, kalaf, kola poris, kurtas … and ofcourse Chickens :)

    A change is always so refreshing, Spring brings a different meaning to life. It lits up our spirits to whirl like derwaish with the wind of blossoms. Welcome, summer.

  2. Bulla (unregistered) on March 13th, 2007 @ 1:50 am

    I wonder why they call the fabric ‘Chicken’ ?!?

  3. Sabyn (unregistered) on March 14th, 2007 @ 12:14 am

    Its because of the type of stitch they use, name is ‘Chikan Stitch.’ So that is why it is called “Chicken.” :)

    FYI, there is also Bainazeer and Nawaz Sharif tanka (stitch), widely used. Many other very interesting names of stitches.


  4. Naughty (unregistered) on March 15th, 2007 @ 5:40 am

    look..a chicken in chicken! :D

  5. Sabyn (unregistered) on March 15th, 2007 @ 10:50 pm

    in front of mirror

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