Indian Classical Contemporary Designer Dresses
Salwar Kameez- It will suit you with whatever body frame you have, whether you are plump, skiny, tall or short. With three ingredients of dupatta, kameez and Salwar, this is a product of Punjab. This does not mean that only punjabi girls have the trade mark of suits, it is actually popular with all Indian ladies. Even in vogue in foreign countries, you would find a wide collection of designs, cloth material, color combination and styles with the ever changing personality of Indian women. The most attractive part of this dress is the way one drapes the dupatta, either you hang it around the arms or take it on one shoulder. Ladies bedeck their heads with this while praying as a symbol of giving respect.
There have been different trends that matches changing lifestyles of girls, with their distinct style of wearing this authentic Indian dress, there can be simple salwar kameez to churidars, from pakistani styled suits to patiyala salwars, from stoles to slit cuts, ranging knee length to ankle length, umbrella designs in kurtas, to off shoulder kameez.
Ethnic Sarees- Saree the ethnic dress that defines the sensuality of Indian designs, each and every region of India has developed their style of saree designs and their own style of draping sarees. The ambiance of this dress can change the mood of any party. Available in different designs and colors, it marks the success of Indian heritage all over the world, the designs of Madrasi saree collection, its check design can be noticed in Manhattan, this shows that Indian fashion has arrived in the international market with a boom. The sarees from bandhani (Gujarati), mirror work cotton sarees (Rajasthani), Kanjeevaram (Tamil Nadu) and Banarasi (Banaras).
The red color denotes the marriage in Indian culture, and hence Sarees and Lahenga choli, are usually for red, pink, maroon colored for Indian brides. Phulkari design form Punjab, Mirror work from Rajasthan and Leheria prints of Gujarat are ruling the wedding fashion.
Lahenga Choli- A festive and fashionable attire, actually derived from Rajasthan, is available in the form of Ghagra choli and chaniya choli, this dress is easy to handle and a symbol of festive spirit. It has a long skirt called lahenga and a short blouse called choli, it has been changing its looks with the changing fashions. Lancha, sharara are the previous avatars of this dress. The choli is kept tight fitted to give the wardrobe a sexy look, and yes dupatta is an important part, which can be draped in different styles. Designer dupattas are available in the market with elaborate designs and a range to choose from.
So girls are you waiting for a miracle to happen, just go out there and catch these trendy and ethnic designs.