Wear Ethnic Outfits on Indian Festivals

Wear Ethnic Outfits on Indian Festivals

India is known as land of festivals. People of the country do come together to celebrate the spirit of every religion with great fanfare. Fashion naturally becomes a part of such traditions. Sarees, shararas, ghagra-choli, and salwar suits make the day.

It feels good to find shops and malls covered with varied decorations and patterns. New year sales and winter collections do hit the market stands quite early. Different designers have different tastes. Each year, new designers innovate new designs and jewelry brands. Many new launches in the accessory industry as well as footwear industry pave their way for customers.


Raksha Bandhan, a festival of eternal love between brother and sister displays a unique style of clothes and materials in the market. Kids apparels showcase interesting fusion in nature. It is a time to give and take gifts and several designs and blending patterns in sarees and dress materials.

Holi showcases a lot of different colors. Particularly, white odhni with flowery threadwork are worn on this occasion. Makar sakranti displays a lot of ladies in black clothes.

Dushera is quite famous for its Durga Puja and navratri season thereby nine days of fashion entertainment celebrate the festival. Different designs cater to the needs as well as sensitivity of both young and old. When it comes to bandhini works, bolder fusion patterns in tank tops as well as backless cholis, team the works in both silk and cotton. Menswear form a special statement with small topis in shell and mirror work jackets. Apart from this, ready made outfits with free-trail rounds are a favorite this very season.

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Diwali represents a great boon for the apparel industry. A myriad of vivid colors as well as vibrancy in window displays marvels for you. Dazzling designs and unique blending of saris as well as blouses do keep your tailor busy. Diwali parties as well as puja do require niche wear, whether it is a group celebration or a big bash. Diwali still remains a hot favorite among masses.

During the time of Id, kashmiri silks and satin suits are particularly worn. The veils and burrqa work are tailored by gifted artisans. It is quite interesting to note the very range in hankerchiefs, cotton gloves as well as socks that are worn by Muslim ladies.

Fashion remains a changing element and does adjust to suit as per climatic change. While monsoon collections demand with cut-off and easy dry fabrics, summers come with cotton, linen, muslin and other air weary. Winters mark their way with woolen and inner wears.