All you pretty newly-weds out there, we know you have been waiting for the harvest festival to come along with a plethora of happiness, warmth, and joy for all of you. The spectacular festival witnessing the celebration of pastoral community to mark the first harvest and welcome the new year with new hopes, new beginnings and lots of delectable treats. Lohri is quite a popular festival in the North India especially in the parts of Punjab, Haryana and surrounding places. Women generally deck up and dance, sing, make colorful rangolis and feast families with sweet delights. Everyone dances around the bonfire or Lohri which is considered to be an auspicious and holy fire that encapsulates all things evil and unscrupulous thereby spreading pious and chastity around. Folk songs and laughter makes the air brim with joy and warmth.
Women and men dress up in their traditional attires, newly-weds adorn themselves with heavy silk silhouettes for it’s a grand affair in the Punjabi families. Here, we shall give you some quintessential tips and tricks to do the Lohri a stylish way:
Blue and Green Kundan Work Chanderi Sharara Set with Peach Dupatta
The seamlessly elegant pair of sharara set and kurta is trending this season. With Bollywood celebrities roping in the age-old trend again, shararas are back in action and how. We love the play of pastels in the clothing that adds a mellow touch to the overall look. While the subtle embroidery on fine intricate textile of chanderi is totally turning heads. You can let your hair down and groove in pleasure to feel the nip in the air.
White and Green Chanderi Silk Embroidered Skirt and Blouse with Dupatta
This statement lehenga ensemble is a perfect pick for young newly-wed women who are looking for a sophisticated yet a festive piece of clothing. Pour some glam with the sprinkled sequined royal emerald skirt and pair it with the delicate white blouse with resham silk embroidery and tailored to accentuate your curves. It comes with a contrasting yellow colored dupatta. However, we suggest you ditch the dupatta and brace that belt to go contemporary and play it quirky. You can easily dance, move swiftly and cherish happy memories without any hassle of managing the dupatta.
Pink and Green Applique Embroidered Silk Palazzo Suit with Dupatta
Contemporary and unconventional, this pink and green applique embroidered silk palazzo suit with dupatta perfectly revs up the modern-day independent woman. Scintillating and bright hues splashes with finesse combined with the eternal charm of mirror work embroidery is what catches our eyes. The very sight of this rich silhouette infused traditional ensemble is giving us major ethnic goals for the Lohri festival. Perk up the look with statement sterling silver jewellery from Amarpali.
Red Georgette Embroidered Kurta with Skirt and Dupatta
The newly married women blessed with voluptuous curves will rock this designer piece. Resonating the ethereal charm, the deep red georgette embroidered kurta with a flared skirt and dazzling sheet net dupatta is taking our breath away. The pretty golden butas and those 90’s comeback scalloped sleeves are indeed noteworthy. Complete the look with classic pearls or just go Art Deco and pair some ravishing brass plated semi-precious stone jewellery to up your ante.
Pink Raw Silk Lehenga with Applique Work
Be the blush belle in this pink raw silk lehenga with intricate applique work that will ace your look effortlessly. Adorn the breath-taking lehenga if it’s your first-ever Lohri and enchant your family and friends. The champagne pink hues dipped in the glory of golden applique work lets us revisit the lanes of tradition and restores the cultural heritage. You can finish the look with a pair of conversation-starter statement danglers and stack the bangles to strut the town in style. Compose a laidback bun to stay relaxed.
Green Muga Banarasi Saree with Golden Buta
Keeping in mind our lovely silence breaker women who keep the ambiance lively and warm, this muga green silk benarsi saree is go-to. Subtle style with a mix of elegance and grace of the wearer, this saree will look effervescent during the Lohri celebration. Keep your spirits high as you hop around the bonfire in this emerald-hued buta work embroidered saree. The gorgeous gold buta work adorning the overall saree with an alluring blouse that features sequins sprinkles all-over drools our heart away. All you need is a pair of diamond studs and a few gold bangles to amp up your look and win hearts!
Peach Chanderi Gota Patti Kurti with Yellow Palazzo and Dupatta
Be the party popper in our pastel flavoured peach chanderi kurta with a flowy yellow palazzo and gorgeously blended dupatta. Take a flight in style with the immaculately crafted gotta patti work embroidered on the kurti and soft tones of palazzo with a pretty gotta patti border that further adds oodles of effervescence to the look. This look works wonders for petite women as it can give an illusion of tall height and also add taste to designer fashion aesthetics.
Red Kanchipuram Silk Saree with Zari Buta and Black Pallu
Adorn the oh-so-royal Kanjivaram silk fabric infused red saree with a stunning zari border. Elevate your style quotient as you drape this beautiful saree and sweep the black pallu to create a striking contrast. The visually appealing golden buta work embroidery marks the signature look of every woman. We’re in awe of the rich fabric infused saree that is spelling a cast on us. You can amp up the look by rolling your hair and unfurling them open. Cascading flowing hair with the red pout and mascara-laden eyes will bring back the glorious days of saree.