Peach blossom underwear is willing to bloom for the noble lady

Spring March, Peach spit research, charming peach reminiscent of life, rich. The ancients used "peach blossom red" to praise girls tender and beautiful posture, peach blossoming season is a spring melodious, birds singing squid intoxicating scene, peach blossom season a beautiful and passionate season!

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"Peach Blossoms" is willing to bloom for the distinguished women, to show their beauty and tenderness, so that the whole life is full of health, sunshine, beauty, passion! "Peach Blossom" brand has rich cultural connotations, peach blossom from beauty, health, sunshine , Passionate point of view to care for women, care for women's health, shaping a healthy, beautiful and vibrant urban women's image as the core elements of the brand, from the perspective of fashion, personality, health, the sun constantly improve and sublimate the brand image, enrich the brand Connotation.

桃花季内衣愿为尊贵女性而绽放

On the basis of carefully studying the material and psychological demands of modern women in underwear consumption, the "Peach Blossom Season" defines the brand as a high-grade and high-value brand commercial image based on the current market conditions of domestic underwear. However, Women, value for money business philosophy, in order to allow middle-income women can enjoy healthy, stylish high-quality underwear, product price positioning is not high, with this low-cost market strategy and excellent brand image makes "Peach Blossom Season" has been touted by industry experts and consumers, has quickly become a shining star in the industry!

Embroidery was an important art in the Medieval Islamic world. The 17th-century Turkish traveler Evliya Çelebi called it the "craft of the two hands". Because embroidery was a sign of high social status in Muslim societies, it became widely popular. In cities such as Damascus, Cairo and Istanbul, embroidery was visible on handkerchiefs, uniforms, flags, calligraphy, shoes, robes, tunics, horse trappings, slippers, sheaths, pouches, covers, and even on leather belts. Craftsmen embroidered items with gold and silver thread. Embroidery cottage industries, some employing over 800 people, grew to supply these items.

In the 16th century, in the reign of the Mughal Emperor Akbar, his chronicler Abu al-Fazl ibn Mubarak wrote in the famous Ain-i-Akbari: "His majesty (Akbar) pays much attention to various stuffs; hence Irani, Ottoman, and Mongolian articles of wear are in much abundance especially textiles embroidered in the patterns of Nakshi, Saadi, Chikhan, Ari, Zardozi, Wastli, Gota and Kohra. The imperial workshops in the towns of Lahore, Agra, Fatehpur and Ahmedabad turn out many masterpieces of workmanship in fabrics, and the figures and patterns, knots and variety of fashions which now prevail astonish even the most experienced travelers. Taste for fine material has since become general, and the drapery of embroidered fabrics used at feasts surpasses every description."

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Hand Embroider Islamic Products

Hand Embroider Islamic Products

Hand Embroider Islamic Products



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