Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Get a Decent Look with Designer Kurtis

Kurtis also known as Tunic tops, are very much in fashion these days. It is very comfortable and looks stylish too. It depends on your personal style that what kind of kurtis you want to wear and for which occasion. It can be long below knees or short till thighs.

Nowadays, the Indian ethnic wear outfits which are worn on a daily basis have been simplified in appearance and also reflect a blend of the western styles along with the traditional form. Girls wear Kurti in college, office, and as daily wear over jeans, salwar, trousers or leggings.

Different styles add a contemporary touch to traditional kurtis like kaftan style, printed cotton kurti, anarkali style kurti and collared kurti and more. 

Kurtis come in various styles, patterns and fabrics; cotton, crepe, silk and Georgette are the most popular ones. Kurtis are available in various colors and sizes. Even plus size women are inclined towards modern kurti fashion styles.

Kurtis are the most comfortable wear in summers. Anarkali and frock style are also in demand this season. Flared Designer Kurtis or crushed Designer Kurtis with contrast leggings indeed renders a chic look. The designer Kurtis are suitable for people of all ages and are ideal year around wears.

Monday, 7 July 2014

Latest Trend in Indian Bridal Wear

Cultural background has a strong influence on color preferences. The changing times, tastes, globalization and extreme economic scenarios, have all influenced the modern bride's choice. For the bride to look and feel beautiful on her wedding day, the dress she wears must be comfortable and stylish.

A set of Lehenga Choli comprises of a choli or the Blouse, a flowing skirt and a roll over Dupatta. There are several designs in different patterns and fabric styles. With the word fusion in mind, Indian brides desire to have an outstanding compilation of dresses for their wedding functions. The online collection makes it all simple.

The Bollywood Lehenga Cholis fashioned out of the many Bollywood movies are an instant hit in fashion world. The latest trends in bridal lehengas are to have the skirt and blouse in silk with the stole in a flowing fabric like chiffon, Georgette, net brasso, raw silk and satin with matching embellishments.

Every Indian bride very lovingly preserves her wedding saree and passes it to the next generation. At present, Indian designers and fashion inventors regard designer sarees with significance. An Anarkali or a fitted Salwar Suit is another option that can be quite interesting for plus sizes.

Hence although the lehengas, saree and suit have undergone some changes over time it is still favored by most brides on a day when they wish to look their most beautiful but in a modest manner especially during religious ceremonies.