Trends in women ethnic wear changes every season and all the credit go to the tough competition that is present in the women’s ethnic market. The designers have great pressure to bring something new and hot. And as a result, it also becomes tough and important for the customers to keep updated themselves.
These high slit kurtis are loved by designers for a whole lot reason. They are fashionable, ethnic and make a unique style statement of their own. Added to this, they are extremely versatile and can be paired with any kind of bottoms like skirt, jeans, leggings, palazzos, dhoti and straight cut pants.
Capes give a very modern and classy look to any ethnic wear. They have got the ability to recycle your old wardrobe by giving an astounding look to your Anarkalis, Lehngas and sarees. Capes have no doubt, rescued us from age old traditions of carrying uncomfortable dupattas.
These asymmetrical hem which were very popular in western dresses, has become the new trend in Indian ethnic wear. These high-low Kurtas look startled when paired with dhoti pants, churidar or palazzos.
A few years back backless was in fashion, but these days high neck and collar are trending in suits, cholis and even in saree blouses. We are loving Sonam’s style which has manifold the gracefulness of this sari.
These days cotton, silk, georgette and chiffon have become a designer’s favorite. The reason for their popularity is that they provide the ethnic dresses with the much needed flow while being light weighted and breathable.