COTTON SILK RIDA Yellow self print polka dots soft base complimented with starry sequins lace with scallops at the bottom along
with pink sequins belt and mint cutwork floral sequins lace at the top..
Beautiful 3d floral spray just makes this rida so pretty…😍.
Pardi with mint lace and a cute little bunch.
SHADES MAY VARY A BIT DUE TO LIGHT EFFECTS.
A Bohri Rida typically refers to a traditional garment worn by women belonging to the Dawoodi Bohra community,
a sect within the Ismā’īlī branch of Shia Islam.
The Bohri Rida is a two-piece garment consisting of a long, flowing dress and an accompanying headscarf like this COTTON SILK RIDA
The dress is usually a long gown-like outfit that covers the entire body, often in vibrant colors and adorned
with intricate embroidery or embellishments.
This traditional attire holds cultural and religious significance for Dawoodi Bohra women and
is an integral part of their identity and community.
The design and style of the Rida may vary based on personal preferences, regions, and occasions.
The semi-bridal Rida holds cultural, religious, and sentimental value, and its design and intricacy may vary based on personal preferences,
regional traditions, and individual styles.