Showing posts with label salwar suits. Show all posts
Showing posts with label salwar suits. Show all posts

Anita Dongre: When Elegance Met Edgy

Dear Anita Dongre, is there anything you cannot do? We desperately wish someone could answer our question. Anita Dongre is the reigning queen of Indian Fashion. She is the preferred designer by various Bollywood celebrities and has dipped her fingers in almost every field. Ranging from suits, sarees and lehengas in Indian fashion to contemporary fashion, she has left no stone unturned. In order to commemorate her sheer brilliance, we have put together a list of all our favourite Anita Dongre salwar suits and anarkalis.

We are in love with this Anita Dongre embroidered kurta jacket and straight pants. It has the perfect mix of black and golden; elegance and edgy; new and old. Minimal accessories add the perfect finishing touch to the outfit. This ensemble is sure to make heads turn with envy.

This Anita Dongre salwar suit is ordinary yet extraordinary. Contradicting statement, yes. But strangely true. This salwar suit combines three most basic and commonly worn colours. Fashion faux pas? Some may see it as that. But we see this Anita Dongre creation as a symbol of her versatility. She makes unusual combinations and ideas come to life and with such flair, mind you! Don’t give this super chic outfit a miss. Trust us.

We strongly believe you can never go wrong with pink. Pink is definitely the new black. It is consistent and never goes out of fashion. So when our eyes landed on this pink Anita Dongre anarkali with flare pants, we just couldn’t get enough of it. The gota work, intricate embroidery and printed anarkali scream timeless beauty.

This white Anita Dongre salwar suit personifies perfection and Kareena Kapoor Khan carries it with so much finesse. While pink has a special place in our hearts, white isn’t forgotten. For an instant burst of elegance and grace, embrace this elegant colour! Preferably this Anita Dongre salwar suit.

In our craze for grace we haven’t forgotten edgy and modern styles. This Anita Dongre salwar suit fulfils all our requirements. It has a long printed flare top paired with pants. This ensemble is seen in two of our favourite colours, black and red, which gel so immaculately with each other that all we can do is lust after this outfit.

Our last outfit is this blood red Anita Dongre lace kameez with straight pants. Lace is very difficult to get right, both whilst creating it and wearing it. But Anita Dongre undoubtedly nails it. Available in an array of colours, red was the hue that stood out for us. As Bill Blass so aptly puts it “When in doubt, wear red.”

We can’t get enough of all things Anita Dongre. She has definitely carved a niche for herself in this huge Indian fashion world. Now go and treat yourself to some Anita 

Indian Designer Dresses Are More Demanding in 2013

In 2013, woman and girls loves to wear Indian designer dresses. In fact, products like salwar suits, punjabi suits or anarkali dresses are more demanding comparing data from past years.

This is due to beautiful designs and cuts, but also to imagination of designers. Indian designer dresses are very present at important party wear and festival, and this influence the demanding of Indian designer dresses - do you like them?

Indian Bridal Lehenga by Indian Designer Payal Singhal

Payal Singhal is an Indian Fashion Designer that creates Contemporary collections that combine Indian clothes and traditional techniques with modern sensibilities. This Indian Designer creates beautiful Indian Dresses, Indian Salwar Kameez Suits and Bridal Lehengas that have detailed embroidery work.

If you want to find out more about her fashion mission, you can see Payal Singhal's Interview here!

A beautiful and elegant bridal Lehenga in Ecru featuring keri motif embroidered detailing all over the skirt. A stylish piece that is suitable for all tastes and styles because of the subtle detailing. If you needed to make a statement without saying much, this piece is perfect.

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