Celebration, Designer, Ethnic Fashion, Rajwadi, Saree

Half And Half Sarees

Saree is the first ethnic clothing we can think about in Indian Tradition. We have seen it worn by different age groups, whether girls or women and in different style. It is paired with blouse /choli either matching with saree or contrast and is worn on petticoat/Inner-skirt matching with saree or saree border. Sarees are […]

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Designer, Ethnic Fashion, Lehenga Choli, Rajwadi

Layered Lehenga Cholis in Vogue

Lehenga choli, also known as ghaghra choli, is a three-piece attire comprising the lehenga, choli and dupatta. It is a traditional Indian clothing for women in India, especially in state of Rajasthan and Gujarat. This graceful attire is mostly worn at special occasions like weddings, festivals or parties. This is a common bridal attire mostly […]

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Ethnic Fashion, Rajwadi, Sherwani, Style Guide

Sherwani Dupatta for Groom

Dupattas, also popular as stole or shawl is an essential clothing accessory for women from the Indian subcontinent. It is a long scarf mostly worn on salwar kameez, kurtis, lehenga cholis and almost all Indian ethnic clothing for Indian women. These dupattas are made up of light-weight material that makes it easy to carry wherever […]

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Design, Ethnic Fashion, Rajwadi, Saree, Wedding Functions

Patola Print In Vogue

India has a rich and ancient heritage in fine textiles. It’s a refreshing feeling to see our Indian ancient clothing designs trending since centuries. Saree is the symbol of Indian culture that represents our ethnic values. (Double Ikat) Patola is a double tied woven sari, usually made from silk. It is made in Patan, Gujarat. […]

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Fashion, Gown, Kids fashion, Rajwadi

Partywear Gowns for your Little Angels!

Looking for the prettiest clothing for your little princess? Partywear frocks, dresses and gowns are the cutest fashion trends to choose from. Just like every women in this world who love to rock their style as per the current fashion going on then why should kids be left behind. Little girls want nothing more than […]

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Rajwadi

Do’s & Dont’s During Lock-down

The times are tough and situation in still not getting good. Government is draining a lot of money to get the situation under control and at same time trying to decrease every citizens loss as much as possible. Let us be grateful for everything that we have right now! Now it is our duty to […]

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Celebration, Ethnic Fashion, Fashion, Rajwadi, Saree, Styling

The Six Yard Story

Saree, one of the most worn traditional attire in India, is the famous dress code of an Indian women. It is truly the most versatile garment with a long, unstitched, decorated drape. Sarees are quite synonymous and common for every woman. A sari gives a women a feminine touch with elegance and sense of ethnicity. […]

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