A LOOK AT TOP 8 TRENDING INDO-WESTERN PANT STYLES FOR 2015

Bring in the perfect twist of Indian style with a traditional appeal by wearing the Indo-western pants this festive season. Tired of the typical Salwar Suits, and Anarkali Dresses? Then, try enhancing your wardrobe this festive season by wearing stylish pants that have an exotic traditional finish. Make the festive season fashionable and trendy with changing times, by showcasing a new look. Some of the best ways to dress during festivities are mentioned below. 1    Narrow fitted pants: Also called as Choori Pajama, these pants are similar to a Churidar. Having its origin from Pakistan, these pants are tight fitted and perfectly showcase your slim and toned legs. The Churidars are designed using a shiny material that is light in

Five Stylish Blouse Necklines for Modern Brides who love Indian saris and Lehengas

If you are thinking that only saris make up as a great wedding attire, just hold on! The cholis and the blouses too form a very compelling feature of the wedding circuit. The brides can be fashion divas on their D-day and the designer blouse necklines definitely add zing into the wardrobe. Here is a list of five super-sensual necklines that you must try before settling for the wedding attire. We all love to have convenient alternatives and the neckline designs do just that! NECKLINE1: Imperial Bardot Imperial bardot has a western appeal to it. The open neckline leaves the thorax part exposed for dazzling necklaces and pearl sets. The neckline is ideal for creating cute and sensual design statement

Sari: Carrying the Indian message by travelling the World

International market is thronging with stylish single piece attire. Most of them owe their origin to the Indian saris. The Indian saris are not just limited to the Indian wedding and daily routine. They have successfully migrated to other parts of the world including Latin America, Western Europe Russian, Japan and even Caribbean. The formal setting allows the use of sari in its traditional stance. The formal draping is associated with the receptionist and air-hostess style. The times have changed! Even corporate leaders, executives and bank officials are making rave fashion statements with the Indian saris. Here’s how the whole world is adopting the Indian sari trend with feisty attitude. –    The United Nations Humanitarian and amnesty programs organized by

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