Ethnic wear in India is a very loved and sought-after segment. Regardless of age, ethnic wear has a place in the wardrobes of almost all Indians. With the onset of the festive season, one can spot people decked up in ethnic wear even more.
From Indo-western and fusion wear to ready-to-wear sarees, ethnic wear has undergone significant transformations in the twenty-first century. It is now omnipresent in both formal and informal workwear, loungewear, and settings. What’s more? Today, ethnic wear is associated with style and comfort.
Here are some handpicked ethnic wear choices you can’t possibly go wrong with, especially as wedding dresses for women.
Deetya Bandhani Saree
Saree is easily the most sought-after ethnic dress for women. What’s more? Bandhani is a five-thousand-year-old art that has remained relevant all these years. With beautiful tassels on the ends, the black and white color palette also screams timelessness and elegance. Black and white is, anyways, a color palette going wrong that is next to impossible. To add to the charm, the bandhani style makes the saree a good investment for your ethnic wardrobe. Some masterpieces in our wardrobe are timeless, and we merrily chose to pass them to posterity because they stay relevant. This saree from the house of Anita Dongre is one such piece. It can be styled with statement white pearl jewelry or even black jewelry, giving an elegant and polished look.
Arjana Kurta Set
The effortless and elegant silhouette features House of Anita Dongre’s signature floral embroidery and a soft hue. With its predominantly white, pink, and green color scheme, the attire is comfortable and ideal for carrying to various places. It can be worn to work, on a shopping trip, for a family lunch, and anywhere else you want!
Kanaka Kurta Set
Pink is a statement color often spotted in women’s wedding dresses. The piece is very interesting and stylish because of the vibrant pink color and the ombre effect from top to bottom. The piece is timeless, with white bandhani art on top. As versatile as it gets, the tasseled solid color dupatta, a classic, can also be styled with other pieces in your wardrobe, making it a good investment.
Anya Gharara Set
Yellow is a joyous and happy color. This all-yellow Gharara set by Anita Dongre with beautifully handcrafted floral embroidery in a contrasting red is what effortless style statements are made of. What’s more? The lace detail at the hem of the gharara is unmissable. You did not see this coming, but the gharara has pockets!
Jasvee Saree- Ivory
A timeless classic, the blue and white palette with an elegant motif is designed to be the easy, breezy, effortlessly summery outfit. The blue tassels at the ends of the saree add a quirky touch to the overall look. Anita Dongre has long been associated with promoting and conscious efforts to provide consumers with environmentally friendly options. They’ve done it again with this stunning saree. It is made of biodegradable, long-lasting fibers.
Lastly, wear what you love. Consider making thoughtful purchases that resonate with your personal style, and you will merrily wear them often. We hope you have a blast adding pieces to your ethnic wardrobe.