Archive for the Traditional Clothes Category

Latest Fashion Trends in Indian Fashion Industry

Latest Fashion Trends in Indian Fashion Industry

Traditional Clothes Cosmopolitan Looks The Indian traditional clothes: the salwar-kameez and sarees are no more region specific. Women wears traditional Indian sarees with different styles of blouses such as halter-neck, katori style, blouses wi.. Read More

Fashion, Ladies Clothes, Lehenga, Suit, Traditional Clothes | 01.11.10 | Comments Off

Let’s discuss about Bridal Wears for Each Indian Region

Let’s discuss about Bridal Wears for Each Indian Region

For every person, Wedding is the most memorable event of his/ her life. Indian Brides represent this event more lavishly. In the preparations for an Indian wedding, all the efforts and money spent on bride's clothing for this big day. So, we have.. Read More

Ladies Clothes, Lehenga, Suit, Traditional Clothes | 12.3.09 | Comments Off

How to Drape a Saree?

How to Drape a Saree?

As we know that in many styles, Saree can be draped. Nivi style is the most common style of draping a saree which was originally common in Andhra Pradesh but now it has become the most popular style of sari draping all over India. So, it is good t.. Read More

Ladies Clothes, Traditional Clothes | 12.2.09 | Comments Off

Anarkali Churidar Suits – Latest Choice of Today's Women

Anarkali Churidar Suits – Latest Choice of Today's Women

I am having latest designs of Anarkali suits. So, you just get your outfit made with required changes according to your body type. 1) Anarkali churidar kurta This is the most traditional and trendy churidar kurta and the perfect bridal salwa.. Read More

Ladies Clothes, Suit, Traditional Clothes | 12.1.09 | Comments Off

Sharara: The best Choice of Women

Sharara: The best Choice of Women

Basically, Sharara is ethnic clothing worn by Muslim ladies. Mughals brought it to India. Sharara can be called one of the many types of lehnga choli or ghagra. But it has to be notice that there is a big difference between sharara and lehengas. S.. Read More

Traditional Clothes | 10.7.09 | Comments Off