Hot on the scene is handloom and traditional weaves. Fashion weeks from the past two seasons will tell you that. Designers like Neeta Lulla, Anita Dongre and Gaurang Shah have been bringing back traditional weaves and crafts like Kanjeevrams, Benarasis and Paithanis on the ramp. So this season, wear tradition on your sleeve and take pride in your heritage.
Add a touch of gilt to what could otherwise be a dull work outfit. Pair this lovely beige chanderi silk dupatta with a kurta of your choice with a matching palazzo or salwar and chunky silver earrings for a day at work.
Sit pretty at the for your next gathering in this lovely two-toned Bengal handloom sari. This calls for a sophisticated up do, a red lip and ivory kadhas.
This bhagalpuri cotton block print skirt, will keep you comfortable for that crazy party this season that lasts all night. Pair it with a short beige or pink kurti and a pair of long balis to complement your look.
All you South Indian beauties will surely look like a million bucks when you head to the temple this festive season with this lovely red kanjeevaram sari. Complement it with a simple round neck blouse and traditional jhumkis.
Meet & Greet
Elevate any kurta in a contrasting colour with this maheshwari dupatta with gold detailing. Makes it an easy throw on to complete and ensemble in a jiffy.
This beautiful tussar silk sari is a great choice to play an elegant hostess in. Just throw on some two-toned jewellery and put your hair in a textured braid.
Keep It Casual
Nail the casual look in this kurta. This tie n dye cotton kurta with mirror work is perfect for a day outing with your friends or family. All you need is jewelled kolhapuris and silver teardrop earrings.
Meet The Family
This pastel pink embroidered kurta will surely make you the star at your family dinner this festive season. Pair it with pastel green or off white silk trousers.