Try Out the Baluchuri Festive Wear with Beautiful Zari Work
When it comes to dressing for a party or for a special occasion, we often assume that it’s best to ignore the festive wear collection. But most of the time we don’t realize the fact that you can easily get to chose from a wide range of outfits from the festive collection line. From sarees to salwar suits, palazzo to dhoti kurta suits, jumpsuits to tunics, and so on. In fact, the term festive clothes are associated with notoriously confounded dress code that is on the verge of becoming a cliché.
Go With the Trend
Indian wear is always associated with dignity and slight glamor. With them, you can easily create new looks that are bizarre, skittish or fierce. Yet many Indian men and woman feel that there are not enough choices for designs or versatility with Indian wear. Well, you are wrong this time.
As the fashion industry are making a resurgence of the classical trend which is being beautifully brought out through the Baluchari Collection. In fact, it’s amazing to see how this old work of art on the silk saris is fitting itself with other fashion wear.
Jacket: Try to go offbeat this time for your jacket this time. Instead of going for the same old fleece jacket or woolen jackets try to go for a sleeveless jacket with baluchari work on them. This type of jackets come with a side zipper and the material used for it is baluchari silk and poly lycra. The motifs can be of nature or war scenes.
Sarees: Balucahri saris have become very popular all across the world. Instead of going for a designer saree for an upcoming festival or wedding, try out an ivory and red woven Mahabharata scenes saree. The georgette saree come with gold and red zardosi, aari work paisley bootis. The pleats on the saree depict war scenes from Mahabharata. The saree is priced at Rs 28,560.
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As festive wear is all about vibrancy and colors, you can easily style yourself in a bright colored kurta with a skirt. For example, you can easily try out a baluchari kurta set that comes with light-shaded high neck kurta made in pure silk along with a flaring georgette skirt. This type of sets is ideal to be worn for any kind of festivals.
Flaunt your designer wear with colorful embroidery and zari design at the bodice and become the cynosure of eyes.