Oct 13, 2011

Salwar Kameez Patterns

Oct 13, 2011

When we talk about Indian women clothing, one of the first thing that comes to our mind is the salwar kameez or the churidar kurta. Today, this Indian dress has entered not only the domestic market in full swing but also has made a huge impact in the International fashion world as well. The popularity and demand for salwar kameez have reached almost every corners of the world and women are not hesitating in trying out new styles and patterns.

The traditional design of the salwar suit has undergone tremendous changes over the years. When we talk about the patterns of salwar kameez, we mean the styles and designs available in this dress. From Anarkali to tight churidar kurta, from Pakistani suits to the Patiala salwar suits, from Bollywood salwars to the designers ones, there are various types and patterns available in this traditional dress of Indian women. Similarly there are lots of options available in neck and back patterns, including sleeves and lengths.

The salwar kameez patterns have undergone lots of changes. Gone are those days when women used to wear only the traditional styles. Fashion magazines, fashion designers, models, Bollywood heroines have shown how the dress can be modified and make it look all the more trendier.

The major area where the designers are experimenting are the churidar kurta neck designs. U neck, V neck, pointed u neck, boat neck, noodle strap, mandarin collar, bandh gala, round neck, and many more are available. Neck designs are further highlighted with embroidery, beads work, patch work, lace work etc. Similarly from full sleeves to half sleeves to short sleeves, bell sleeves, slitted sleeves, there are many variations here also.

Thus, there are no limits in the salwar kameez patterns in terms of designing on neck, back, body, sleeves, and fitting. Even the pants or the salwars have different cuts and patterns like as traditional salwar, churidar, patiala salwar, parallel, bootcut, dhoticut etc. There are custom stitched or ready made salwar kameez available in the market. Depending upon the creativity of the designers, the patterns of salwar keeps on changing.

International celebrities like as Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Kidman have further popularized this Indian dress. The most popular comfortable dress, salwar kameez can be worn for every occasion, whether formal or informal and it goes well with every season. Today this dress has become more trendy and fashionable and meets all the demands of looking classy, elegant and charming.





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Sep 21, 2011

Indian Saree Blouse Designs

Sep 21, 2011
To make the Indian saree look all the more beautiful and elegant, the sari blouse plays a vital role. The whole look of the saree is completed with a matching blouse and accessories. The Indian saree blouses have undergone many changes. Whether it is the fabric or the sleeve pattern or the back or neck pattern, the designs have undergone lot many changes and in many cases, it is the blouse that becomes the focal point of the dress instead of the saree.

It is to be noted that Indian women gives lot many importance to the look of the blouse because it is the saree blouse which shapes the overall look of the complete ensemble. Changes in the fashion world have brought about a vast change in the styles of the Indian blouses. While the regular blouse pattern is a common simple and sober style with sleeves and buttoned U or V-neckline, there are bolder designs as well which add a glamorous and trendy look. Young girls dare to wear the bold designs available in the market. Indian women pair their beautiful sarees with equally gorgeous saree blouses to look more beautiful and attractive.

The market is flooded with ready made blouses which you can match up with your saree. But many prefer to wear the custom stitched blouse, where the wearer gives her own design pattern. The custom stitched blouse also has the advantage of making a replica blouse of designer blouses which otherwise can be very expensive.

Now for the styles and designs. Well the choice is just endless. Halter styles, full sleeves, butterfly sleeves, choli back, bikini blouse, noodle strap blouse, tie back design, one shoulder blouse, or simple patterns, you name it and it is available. Designers are also experimenting with fabric materials. Usually the saree blouse material should match with the saree material. So with a silk saree a silk blouse would look good. But you can also go for mix and match materials. In this case net blouses look good. Similarly there are embroidered blouses, beaded blouses, blouses with mirror work, blouses with sequins woks, printed blouses, solid color blouse and many more.

All styles of Indian saree blouse have an appealing look. The traditional styles are all time favorite but yes, the young fashionable ladies make a style statement with the extremely bold designs. There are bollywood designs as well where the heroines are wearing the saree blouses in different cuts and chick patterns.

Check out the latest saree blouse designs. You will be amazed with the various styles available here.

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Oct 18, 2010

Angrakha Kurtis: Ethnic Style With A Difference

Oct 18, 2010
The Indian form of tunics, better known as 'kurtis' are quite in vogue these days. There is a huge variety of Indian tunics available in market and one among those variety is the 'angrakha kurti'. It is a favored style of kurti which is immensely popular among ethnic dress lovers.

Angrakha is actually a traditional Rajasthani style of clothing which is generally worn by men there. Today, its processed, transformed and extended version is identified as angrakha kurtis for ladies. This particular style of tunic basically has two flaps, lying on top of each other over the chest, tied together with the help of strings. The flaps are decked up with embroidery, patch work or sequins etc to make it a prominent aspect of the entire kurti. At times these flaps are just bordered with contrasting shade of cloth without any excessive add ons onto it.

These kurtis look absolutely beautiful and graceful and can be worn on any occasion from festivals to evening outs etc. Like most of the other kurtis, angrakha kurtis too can be teamed up with any of the denims, patiyala, leggings or churidars. The length of the kurti should be picked up with great precision as a wrong choice can end up in a spoiled look. The various kinds of lengths available are- above the knee length, waist length, calf length, mid-thigh length and below the knee length.

An Angrakha tunic in silk with elegant embroidery can be a great choice for a party. Tall females can team up this tunic with fitted churidars, in fact, a waist length angarakha with a flowing skirt can make a pretty stylish combination. These tunics are in fact far more trendy than the regular fashion tops.

So what are you waiting for, just pick an angarakha tunic which suits your figure and team it up with either a contrasting legging, jeans, skirt whatever together with kolhapuri chappals or jutis as footwear and a dash of slight make up. Well, you are all set to dazzle the evening.

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