8 COTTON KURTIS STYLES EVERY WOMAN SHOULLD HAVE IN HER CLOSET

The average Indian woman is like an octopus; with just two hands she tries to manage her home, her family and her career, leaving little to no time for herself! As a result, dressing for comfort becomes a priority and a necessity. Nothing screams comfort better than cotton. Today’s designers have kept the modern Indian woman’s needs in mind to come up with 8 must-have cotton kurti styles that provide suitable attire for every occasion, ranging from home to the office. These are: 1. Long Printed Kurti It is a trendy style featuring a Chinese collar and ¾ sleeves. You can wear this cotton kurti to work and at home while entertaining guests. 2. Tail-cut Kurti Designed to enhance a

6 HOT DESIGN TRENDS TO LOOK OUT FOR IN THE LATEST SAREE COLLECTION

Sarees are one of the most favoured Indian ensembles. Sarees are full of charm. They can be worn throughout the year and never go out of fashion! Whether you are heading for a parent-teacher meeting or a dinner party, wearing a saree just makes you look more elegant and graceful. Much like other ethnic Indian wear, the humble saree has experienced many creative transformations. Listed below are some of hottest design trends you can expect to see in designer sarees: 1) No Pleats No that wasn’t a typo! Many designers are featuring sarees without pleats in their collections this year. So what is the essence of a saree if it has no pleats? Just look at examples from India’s top

HOW TO FIND THE PERFECT INDIAN LEHENGAS?

The lehenga or lehenga choli is a traditional style of ethnic clothing worn by women all over India. It is commonly worn in the Indian states Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Nepal, Punjab and Haryana. The lehenga consists of three parts: the choli or blouse, the lehenga or skirt and the chunni or dupatta. Historically, lehengas evolved from ghagra cholis which are a three piece ensemble that includes the lower skirt, veil and chest band. This form of clothing was mentioned in Buddhist Pali and Sanskrit literature in the 6th century B.C. Modern Lehengas are a variation of the ghagra choli. Lehengas can be found in a range of styles and designs which are greatly influenced

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