Blue Handloom Angarakha Style

Blue Handloom Angarakha Style

26 length inches;

Fashion Industry in India offers the breath-taking beautiful clothes when it comes to women apparels. Women apparels have always been the back bone of the fashion industry world over. Indian women apparels have thousands of years of tradition behind them. Each region of India has its own unique native costume and traditional attire.

This factor widens the scope of women apparels in India. In recent times Indian Kurti is giving tuff competition to shirts and teen-shirts. Now young girls want to mix and match beautiful Indian Kurtis with their jeans and trousers.

There are various types of Kurti like-

Designer Kurtis:

Designer Kurtis are the latest Indian fashion. These beautiful women tunics compliment with your jeans, trousers and salwars well. It’s up to individual’s choice, Indian tunics length varies from short kurtis to long kurtis. Indian designer kurtis come in attractive combination of attractive colors, designs inspired from Bollywood style and embellished with beads, sequins and fevi colors.

Embroidery Kurtis:

Different embroidery artworks like art needlework, cross-stitch, suzani, phulkari, hardanger are used to make embroidery kurti. Weavers use colorful patters on the fabrics like cotton, linen or silk. Embroidery kurtis are further embellished with zardozi work, beads, threads, hand work, sequins or machine embroidery.

Casual Kurtis:

Best suited for informal occasions or stay at home look, Casual kurtis are comfy and looks great. Casual kurtis in cotton fabrics and block prints can be teamed with skirts, salwars or casual picnic jeans.

Printed Kurtis:

For the printed Kuris, most common fabrics are cotton, silk, crepe and georgette. Embroidery, stones, beads, mirrors, kundan, sequins, zari are used on printed India kurtis with unique patterns.

Dressy Indian women’s tunics:

Embellished women’s tunics in the exotic combination of colors and unique patterns can set a perfect dress code for your formal look and can be mix and matched with formal pants and skirts. Colorful stones, beads, mirrors, kundan, sequins and zari are used to embellish these kurtis by the artisans in the finest traditions of Indian handicrafts.

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