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Let’s ring in the summer season with some retrospection of modern and designer trends in ethnic couture that took the fashion industry by storm. Couturiers tailored some of the spectacular designer silhouettes screaming dynamic, eccentric and flamboyant designs reflecting the aura of a modern- traditional woman. From indo-fusion separates to palazzos paired with long slit kurtas, anarkali suits and capes, the list is endless encompassing a whole range of nouveau designer ensembles.
Are you a fashionista looking for some inspiration to embrace the unique designs in salwar kameez and follow the latest trends as you stay updated with the industry know-how’s? Your search to find the perfect designer salwar kameez ends here. We bring to you some of the gorgeous styles and incredible trends that will leave you breathless and wanting for more. Without much ado, let’s take a look at such captivating styles and designs, one at a time:
Blue Embroidered Silk Top with Bandhej Palazzo
Stunning and graceful, this pair of blue embroidered silk top featuring intricate artwork of gotta patti in immaculate floral motifs almost had our heart drooling for them. The raw silk based silhouette with a keyhole design on the back and quarter sleeves paired with a playful, summer-perfect crushed breezy bandhej palazzo pants is just an astonishing combination. This fancy occasional wear outfit can be worn at festivities, family gatherings and at work on special days. We love how this style blends the beauty of exotic with simplicity so effortlessly. Layer a pair of statement silver jhumkas to complete the look and voila, be the talk of the town.
Bright Orange Chanderi Silk Patola Print Anarkali Suit with Dupatta
Intricately detailed and enormously designed, this breath-taking bright orange hued chanderi silk patola printed anarkali suit swept us away the moment we laid our eyes at this luxe beauty. The mix of chanderi silk and patola beautifully blends in with a touch of royalty and everlasting class. Handcrafted and handwoven, this anarkali suit is crafted with sheer intricacy exhibiting the craftsmanship of articulate design seamlessly blending together. Layer this statement stunner with a coordinating dupatta woven in chanderi silk with a broad patch of border featuring the patola print all over. Swing in your go-to kundan chandelier earrings and let them turn heads at your ecstatic appearance.
Blue Khadi Silk Embroidered Top with Printed Palazzo
Steal the spotlight as you adorn the flavour of Indo-Fusion ensemble in this royal blue khadi laden silk embroidered top featuring nature-inspired motifs. Floral, tree and natural bounty beautifully woven on the button-down blouse with mandarin collars, this ensemble is a perfect pair for modish uber-metro women. Paired with a stylish designer palazzo pants with abstract print on them this blue and white ombre shaded pants put forth a dramatic look and lend the attire quite a sophisticated yet quirky look.
White Hakoba Chikan Kurta Set
Contemporary yet chic, this white hakoba kurta set in chikan embroidery exudes surreal royalty with a touch of authentic handloom artwork. The glorious work of chikankari hailing its origin from the regal aristocracy of Uttar Pradesh reflects a seamless confluence of all things exquisite and alluring. We love how this beautiful set comes with a pair of diaphanous white palazzo pants to further complement the effortless, breeze and elegant hakoba kurta. The intricate lace work and edgy cutwork makes it look enchanting and quite a fascinating sight.
Black Embroidered Linen Tunic with Palazzo
Embrace the beauty of this Gujarati-inspired ensemble featuring a set of black embroidered linen tunic with a fervour flair. Handwoven floral and nature-inspired designer motifs imprinted on the tunic represents the symbolic Indian culture beautifully exhibited through this ethnic couture approved by our Bollywood celebrities. However, what adds sweetness to this look are the casual black palazzo pants effortlessly paired with the tunic to emanate the polished yet suave vibes. Adorn this unique designer outfit to your next Garba night and take them by delight.
Peach Hand Embroidered Georgette Poncho with Dhoti
Elegant yet resplendent, this saccharine hued peach hand embroidered georgette separate ensemble is worth a million bucks, for every fashionista who dreams of stealing the spotlight in a gala soiree. This gorgeous and stellar piece will certainly make you the talk of the town featuring a gorgeous poncho top with an effortless creaseless fall seamlessly blending with the golden tassels and hand embroidered floral work on the crest of the poncho top. Teamed with a feminine yet chic dhoti pants in peach, the attire emanates alluring royal vibes signifying a glorious era.
Light Blue Pure Banarasi Handloom Suit with Palazzo
Royal is what royal wears and we can’t agree with this more. This spectacular attire hand woven in authentic banarasi silhouette with a touch of artistic fervour of handloom, this suit is perfect for a woman who holds a special connection with her roots and tradition. Adorn the beauty of Banarasi suit in pastel hues and pair the impeccable kurta with a wide flared palazzo pants and coordinating dupatta to further enhance its captivating beauty. You can also amp up your look with a gorgeous statement polki set or go bold with gold.
Pink Button Front Sleeveless Cutout Suit with Silver Bead Embroidery
Debonair and timeless, this pink button-front sleeveless suit resonates an aura so elegant and classic leaving us wanting for more. Exquisitely tailored and finely detailed, we’re in awe with the flairs and effortless fall that the anarkali suit beholds. Featuring a fancy silver bead collar and cutout on the back, corresponding with silver handcrafted embroidery, it takes us back to the glorious yesteryears and lends quite a vintage look. Not to miss the sheer silhouette in the form of a skirt draped with a silver beading at hem and pink petticoat sewed within to enhance its feminity, what else we want on an occasion evening?
Article By : Ambika Asthana