Indian bridal fashion is a vibrant and colorful tradition that has evolved over centuries. Traditionally, Indian brides wear the color red, which is known in their culture for prosperity and fertility. Today, modern Indian bridal designers have interpreted tradition in their own way, creating a wide range of looks that are both traditional and modern.
The penultimate season of festivities and celebrations are welcoming us at the threshold with its five-day elaborate Pujo ceremony. The quintessential fashion tips to spruce up your Bong look is here, the ultimate guide on dressing 1.1 for all you women out there. Lok no further and try these Durga Pujo fashion tips to look stunning/
Women have an array of formal dresses to rock their job interview, however, Indian traditional dresses reflect the deep-rooted values and enhance their beauty like no other. Whether its a traditional salwar kameez or a saree or a palazzo kurta, it gives a solid impression and helps win the hearts of the interviewer. Read more.
If ever the legends of Lucknow script their history, chikankari embroidery will certainly not go unnoticed. The impeccably handcrafted beauty with intricate finesse and gorgeous lineage takes us back to the glorious era of Nawabs. The Bollywood and Hollywood are swooning over this trend, let's check out the best dressed.
Create a classic, sophisticated all beige look for yourself with rich Indian ethnic fabrics and silhouettes. What is more is that beige is the perfect color for all seasons; spring, summer or winter and the Indian ethnic wear offers you more choice of materials fabrics, shades, cuts, silhouettes and workmanship than you can keep up with.