What kind of fabrics are used in Festive Wears?

India is a country with plenty of carnivals. Here, people rejoice every day as a new festival. We people always crave for an excuse to get dressed. When it comes to lavish weddings and celebrations; Ethnic Wear has always been our favourite pick. Despite being so different from one another, each festival is celebrated together.

 

 

In today's era, when everything is going through a change, our fondness for ethnic wear remains the same. I mean, who wouldn't want to get all groomed on Holi, Raksha Bandhan, Teej, Eid, Diwali, Navratri and get a splendid #ootd picture for their social media. These kinds of wear also help us to stay in touch with our traditional roots and in maintaining our style statement.

 

We do see a change in the preference of people as against what they used to wear a decade back. Now we have plenty of options in colour, cut, fabric, style, silhouette and what not. Just think of the collection of glorious fabrics available to us like brocade, silk, taffeta, crepe de chine, and chiffons. The multitudinous traditional embroideries and embellishments on these fabrics reminds us of our ancient rich heritage that today adds royalty to an outfit. The mesmerizing look makes Indian dressing more unique and sensual.

 

The kind of fabrics used to make show-stopping dresses for years are :                                           

Cotton:

Cotton is recognized as the summer essentials a woman should have in her closet! It’s one of the most comfortable types of fabric that can be merged with other fabrics making its usage even more versatile. Kurtis, cotton palazzo or cotton suits are the go-to outfits for erratic summer outings.

 

 

Silk:

If you don’t own a Silk saree your life is incomplete? Silk is considered to be a cherished possession in India as it exemplifies gratification. The fabric silk drapes perfectly which is why many creators consolidate silk into their creations. It’s fundamentally used for sarees and is a must-have for a wedding or festive season!

 

 

Georgette:

Georgette is one of the most suited fabrics in Indian cinemas! The fabric is woven out of silk and has been formulated with a combination of nylon and polyester. The women in India adore this fabric as it has a graceful, soft and delicate appearance as its light-weight, crinkled and sheer fabric. Georgette is fondly favoured for gowns and dresses. The tendency of the fabric is to make it a suitable option for countless females who admire the feeling of georgette totally.

 

Chiffon:

Chiffon is a fabric that is created from silk, cotton, nylon, polyester or rayon and manages to be delicate with a lightly vague shimmer. The fabric is essentially used is evening and formal wear as it gives an outfit flowy and chic. The silk variant of chiffon is deemed to be an asset in a woman’s wardrobe as it has a luxurious shimmer and sheer texture. The whimsical fabric is used to design anarkalis and light sarees.

 

 

Velvet: 

Velvet is associated with royalty as it makes a woman look sophisticated and full of life. The velvety texture itself makes a woman go absurd about the fabric. Velvet was once carried all by the prosperous ones but now is become a well-known fabric that is intricately woven with other fabrics to design bespoke outfits. Velvet lehengas and evening gowns forms and astonishing bridal wear.

 

 

Apart from these fabrics, there are some additional fabrics that are not so popular but can grace your appearance spontaneously. Some of them are organza, pleated, rayon, satin, crepe, lycra, and numerous.

 

 

After determining the kind of fabric, the succeeding question that appears is the color scheme. This is something that people perceive at the primary stage and the impact is instantaneous. The biggest concern is that "What color would look good on us?" "Whether one should go for contrast or monochromatic look.?" What colors would look good together?

 

I would say, for deciding what colors would look good with each other, you should follow the rule of the color wheel. Colors opposite of them would surely make your appearance look amazing. All the fashion enthusiasts use this rule of the color wheel to design all the outfits. Besides, you can go for a monochromatic look. Carrying all black or peach is something you should definitely try on. Speaking about a monochromatic look, pick a shade that amuses your glow and you'll ace the event with your presence. 2021 is all about new trends and styles. This is an era of self-love and acceptance. This year, earthy and pastel colors are the latest style statement.

Ethnic wear not only consists of saree, lehenga, and suit. We bring out all the kinds of possible outfits that you can carry beautifully.

  • Saree
  • Lehenga Choli
  • Dhoti Kurta
  • Salwar Suit
  • Anarkali Suit
  • Kurta and Churidar
  • Women's Sherwani
  • Fusion/Indo-Western Dresses
  • Indian Gowns
  • Sharara and Gharara Suits

 

So, ladies, I suppose now the dilemma of what to wear has been cleared. The sense of fashion and styling is essential in all aspects of life. Style is something each of us already has, all we need to do is find it. Gear up your shoes and hop into this fashion world with all the confidence you have. You're everything you need to be..!


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