Churidar Kurta Neck Designs in latest Trends

19 12 2009

Churidar kurta favor a more embellished looks, either with embroidery or with self woven patterns, sequin works and heavy threads or patchwork. Chunnis/ Dupatta have some forms of embellishment patchwork at laces or zari, borders, gota etc. Neck designs are the hottest field. From V neck and simple round designs to halter and collar neck, all types of neck designs are incorporated in the churidar kurta sets according to the occasion and the fabric for which a particular churidar design is created.

Latest Churidar Kurta Neck Designs

All over the front panel, this kurta with embroidered motifs gives an ethnic look to your outfit. Neck design has both V neck and round combined to have similarity with an ice cream cone and can be embellished with contrasting and golden patchwork. Same designs can be given on sleeves and hem and at the churidar bottom also. Crushed plain dupatta or a dupatta with light patch work or zari work will bring grace to this designer salwar suit.

Anarkali salwar kameez style is also the hottest design of today. The frock style of the kurta below waist and a simple neck brings grace to this ethnic salwar kameez suit. A little patch work and embroidery at hem and sleeves enhance its appearance. A simple neck design with patchwork gives an appearance of brocade work. It also makes an excellent party wear salwar kameez even without dupatta.

Noodle straps are famous with saree blouse designs and also they give the glamorous looks to churidar suits. This indo western salwar suit design is good for party wear. On the front panel, embroidered floral patterns have been balanced with the thin shoulder straps by avoiding so much heavy a thread work. Even, this type of kurtas can be worn separately with skirt or jeans. Contrasting churidar with a double color dupatta makes the churidar kurta a perfect delight.

So, I hope you would like to with the latest trends.


Let’s discuss about Bridal Wears for Each Indian Region

3 12 2009

For every person, Wedding is the most memorable event of his/ her life. Indian Brides represent this event more lavishly. In the preparations for an Indian wedding, all the efforts and money spent on bride’s clothing for this big day. So, we have different bridal wears for each Indian region.

Bridal Wear in North India

Salwar kameez is the traditional wear of the states of north India like Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab etc. The set of salwar kameez are no ordinary ones, they are special bridal salwar kameez as they are made of the most luxurious fabrics such as brocade, silk and the cloth material made in Banaras which is used to make the royal Banarasi sarees generally.

Bridal Wear in East India

Baluchari Sarees of Bengal, Muga Sarees of Assam and Bomkai Sarees of Orissa, they all are delight to see and wear. But these days, East Indian brides also like to wear Banarasi sarees because of their sheer elegance.

Bridal Wear in South India

South Indian Sarees have extra grandeur and richness so other than these sarees, nothing can be the bridal wear of South Indian brides. The traditional attire of brides over here are Kanjeevaram Sarees from among the rich treasure of exquisite South Indian sarees.

Bridal Wear in West India

The western region’s brides from the states such as Rajasthan, Gujarat and their neighboring states wear ghagra choli or lehengas. They are made up of luxourious fabrics such as satin, silk, organza etc. The traditional lehengas are heavily decorated with gotas and zari that are stripes of silver and golden fabrics, carrying real silver and gold.

So, which region’s dress you would like to wear in your wedding.

Anarkali Churidar Suits – Latest Choice of Today’s Women

1 12 2009

I am having latest designs of Anarkali suits. So, you just get your outfit made with required changes according to your body type.

1) Anarkali churidar kurta

This is the most traditional and trendy churidar kurta and the perfect bridal salwar kameez. The combination of golden and white color lends beauty as well as elegance to the dress. On the sleeveless kurta, over all golden work and bright golden border at the hem and on the choli remind us the original and beautiful ‘Anarkali.’

2) Anarkali chiffon salwar kameez

In anarkali pattern, the chiffon salwar kameez is beautiful and plain. With the ruffled sleeves of the kurta, the churidar is matched. The heavily worked on choli of the kurta includes a brocade patch having all: beads, sequins, zari and embroidery. The crushed dupatta in contrast color brings out the beauty as well as elegance of the dress. It can be used as both: casual wear salwar kameez for daily wear and formal wear salwar kameez for parties.

3) Anarkali Georgette salwar kameez

Thie unique anarkali Georgette salwar kameez contains three pieces: the kurta; the churidar and the jacket. A golden patch work border at the hem and the plain kurta with scattered sequins becomes ravishing because of the effect of the heavily worked on jacket. With heavy embroidery on the long sleeves and the middle border, the transparent fabric of the collared jacket is complimented that is joined at a point with a string. You can wear it with a dupatta or jacket, it is your choice.

So, which design you like most among these three?

Patiala Salwar Suit

10 10 2009

There are various types of salwar kameez available in Indian market but patiala salwar is the best blend of traditional style with modern and smart looks. In its typical salwar design, the essence of this salwar kameez lies, that took the name – Patiala from the famous city in Punjab, India. Infact, in Patiala the ‘Darjiya Wali gali’ is popular for making beautiful Patiala salwar suits.

Patiala salwar was the attire of royal families of Punjab with its original name ‘Patiala shahi’ salwar. The reason could be that a large quantity of cloth is needed to make this salwar. It requires about 4.5 meters as compared to the salwars of traditional salwar suits that requires 2.25 meters. For making only one set of salwar suit, poor or middle class people could not afford to get about 7 meters of fabric. So, it was limited to the rich and royal families.

Making of Traditional Patiala Salwar

A patiala salwar suit is different from other traditional punjabi suit in its style of cutting. A regular salwar is cut after the cloth is folded into half whereas the Patiala salwar is cut after spreading open the whole ‘panna’ or ‘arz’ of the fabric.

Therefore, it uses almost double cloth of what is used by a regular salwar. It is folded into layers to make a number of pleats that drape below gracefully when this cloth is sewed into salwar which makes the appearance of the famous patiala salwar very beautiful.

With phulkari dupatta in satin or silk, the traditional suits have printed salwar. Simple, plain, fitted and short kameez have length till above knees. Patiala suits in rich fabrics that drape good just like a silk salwar kameez gives it a true glamorous look. Whereas,     other fabrics like Georgette, cotton, crepe etc. are also in use these days to make patiala salwar kameez.

Hence, Patiala salwar suit is the most popular dress in India.