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Monday, 10 October 2016

Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Ethnic wear trends you should try out in 2016

Ethnic wear trends you should try out in 2016



Each year brings a lot with it a whole new of fashion trends, from new patterns of suits to new types of earrings. The year is almost over and 2016 is nearly one and a half months away. What would all ethnic wear lovers go crazy about in the coming year? Which trends will top the fashion chart in the coming year? Here is a small assistance on you for that.

Accessorize yourself heavily – Those days are long gone when women liked to keep it simple and wore only light jewellery. Long large earrings, heavy and bold necklaces, lots and lots of bangles, large waist band and even a nose ring would be totally in vogue in the coming year. One of the most important influences of your ethnic wear is how and with what you accessorize them. In the coming year, shell out a good portion of your saving on buying accessories for your ethnic wear.

Say goodbye to the traditional blouse and hello to crop top blouses – B-town divas like Sonakshi Sinha, Sonam Kapoor and Malaika Arora Khan have made the crop top trend really popular in the country. Till now we have noticed only Bollywood divas sporting this trend but in the coming year it is supposed to become very popular among non-celebrities as well. A beautiful blend of crop tops with Indian salwar or churidar is presumed to become the next big fashion thing in the coming year. You can try it out at home for now!
ethnic trends 2016

Experiment with the versatile kurtis – We have had enough of the monotonous round and rectangular
designs. It is time to try something new and bold. Think of something yourself and ask your tailor to do it for you. A unique type of cut embroidery at the kurtis bottom will make your kurti the talk of the town, we guarantee. Just come up with something different from what others wear.

Don’t neglect your back – The back will be back in fashion in the coming year. Pay a good deal of attention to the design or pattern of the back of your blouse or kurti. They sure are going to fetch you
many compliments in the coming year. You can check out for some good patterns online.

Wear the fancy gown – The ethnic wear in India is constantly evolving each and every day. From the full length anarkali suits, women are now even wearing the full length gown as traditional wear. The coming year will see a lot of women wear gowns which look traditional at festivals and marriages. However, not all women would feel comfortable wearing a gown. If you are not comfortable, you do not need to follow trend. Comfort comes before fashion, always.

2015 has almost come to an end and its time you start shopping for your 2016 ethnic wardrobe from
now itself. Buy women ethnic wear online for a comprehensive collection of all kinds of ethnic wears from the comfort of your home. And happy New Year in advance!

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Ethnic wear Indians love wearing

Ethnic wear Indians love wearing

India is a land of diverse culture, traditions, castes, communities, festivals, gastronomy, and attires!
Ethnic wear is an integral part of the Indian culture. Values and traditions are directly associated to
ethnic wear. However, in the past few years, there sure has been quite an alteration in the minds of the people and ethnic wear is now worn as a choice, not as an association of traditional values. However, Indian women love wearing ethnic wear and undeniable, they look as stunning as ever. Here is a brief  into the most common ethnic wears which sure are a part of every woman’s wardrobe

 ethnic wear indians


1. Saree – This seven yards of material is much more than only an ethnic wear. It is sensuous, it is
elegant, and it is the best way to flaunt your femininity. Saree and Indian women are almost
incomplete without one another. Be it weddings, festivals, or even to work, the versatility of this
attire makes it an appropriate choice for almost every occasion and place. The most interesting
part about the saree is that few Indian states have their own style of draping the saree. While in
Maharashtra, they have the Marathi style, in Bengal, they have the Bengali style. Vast land, vast
cultures and vast traditional clothing.

2. Salwar kameez – Coming next to the saree is the salwar suit. In olden days, the salwar suit
meant a simply attire consisting of a bottom called salwar, main garment called the kurti and a
stole called the dupatta. This was all a salwar suit meant. But over the years, this three-piece
garment has evolved into many different styles and types. The Patiala salwar suit, the anarkali
salwar suit, the anarkali cum lehenga salwar suit, the Pakistani suit, and so on. Basically, there is
one kind of salwar suit for each type of occasion and body type.  The Patiala suit originates from
the city of Patiala in Punjab; the bottom of the suit is pleated. The anarkali suit has a wide
bottom of a huge flare. The Pakistani suit has a straight kurta. With such a lot of variety to
choose from, salwar suits are ought to be in a huge number in a woman’s wardrobe.

3. Lehenga Choli – This ethnic wear, consisting of a lehenga and a blouse with a dupatta, is mostly
worn in weddings. The lehenga is beautifully embroidered and comes in many patterns, works
and materials. Lehenga choli is also a favorite ethnic wear of little children.

4. Kurtis – Although kurtis have been given a lot of cotemporary touch, they still remain to be
known as ethnic wear. Kurtis are the top choice of college going and office going women for the
comfort they provide. Most commonly available in cotton material, kurti for special occasions
are also available in luxury materials and designer collections.

This is the season of festivals, and also the season of weddings. The demand for ethnic wear grows by leaps and bounds during this season. But with reliable and hassle-free online shopping, you can buy women ethnic wear online from the comfort of your home.

Sunday, 18 October 2015

Bollywood Latest Trending  Blouse Designs

Bollywood Latest Trending Blouse Designs

latest bollywood blouse designs
bollywood saree blouse designs 2015

Deepika padukone Hot Red saree Pic. Wearing designer wedding wear Blouse.


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Shriya Saran Half BlackVelvet Half Light Coloured Net Multi Embroidered Saree

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Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor in beautiful cream designer embroidery georgette saree. Designed by Vikram Phadnis.

 Bollywood celebrity back less blouses

Bollywood Celebrity Back Less Blouses


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Pearl Work Wedding Wear Blouse

Friday, 9 October 2015

Bollywood Designer Lehenga Collections

Bollywood Designer Lehenga Collections

Bridal Lehenga


Ileana Cruz walked the ramp wearing this pink shaded lehenga by designer Anushree Reddy, paired with a stunning sexy blouse.

Replica Lehenga Choli

The bubbly and vibrant Shraddha Kapoor donned a deeply embellished bridal lehenga by Fashion designer Archana Kochhar. The dark navy blue lehenga had heavy and elaborate gold embroidery detailing though the sleeveless blouse was specified a toned down look with gold specifying only along the neckline. Gorgeously setting off the look was a light pink sheer dupatta with slight gold embroidery on navy blue panels along the borders.

Designer Bridal Wear Lehenga‎
                                                       Tamanna Bhatia In Black Net Designer Lehenga Choli

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Designer Saree Blouse Collections

Designer Saree Blouse Collections

Celebrity saree designs

                                   Actress Anjali Cute Phots in White Saree 
 wedding blouse designs

                        Kajal and Tamanna New Trendy Blouse Designs 

new  back neck designs
Back Neck Blouse Designs For Wedding 


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Party Ware Blouse Designs
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                    Here is the Huge Kundhan Work Blouse Collections


Sunday, 6 September 2015