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The empress does not require any prologue among the fashion buffs around the world. And the empress is none other than Ritu Beri. The foremost and the most talented fashion designer’s bridal collection is a brides dream.
Ritu Beri’s bridal collections are unique and innovative. She has nurtured an exclusive and unparallel style of her own. She has created bridal collections that are truly magnetic, luring and comfortable. She stresses on block prints in her collection and is synonymous to intricate motifs. Her astonishing sense of mixing colors along with the traditional look with a modern touch and sensuous feeling is leading her to produce stunning bridal collections one after the other.
Ritu Beri’s bridal collection includes zardozi, badhni and chikan work. The above combines with the modern flair to create stunning outfits. Beauty carefully ornamented with the elaborate use of expert zari, embroidery, embellishment and thread works needs special mention. Ritu Beri’s bridal collection reverberates with eternal romance. It creates an aura of grandeur. Her bridal collections are vast and vibrant. Ritu Beri’s bridal collections are crafted in naturally rich fabrics like georgettes, crepes and tissues.
The legenga’s of Ritu Beri’s bridal collection are adorned with heavy embroiders, stones and other ornamentation. The meticulous, fine and gorgeous work are worth its price.
Nayanika Chatterjee looks dazzling in the off- white gorgeous gown which is none other than a Ritu Beri’s bridal collection.
Here’s a dress for the bride. An extravagant design with a beautiful gold color. It’s a must wear from the Ritu Beri’s collection.
Another Ritu Beri’s bridal collection includes this awesome drape for the brides. One cannot evade this particular bride’s wear
Here is striking attire. The lehnga which is extremely long. It has a sexy blouse with spaghetti strap. An attractive red color with a rich combination of cut work and embroidery. This is another luring Ritu Beri’s bridal collection.
The days of traditional shop hopping in search of that ideal piece of clothing to be worn on the wedding day for the bride are gone. Now are the times when the brides have exclusive designer patterns designed and en suite for them. Women are willing to spend sumptuously to get the best possible designer wear. Designer Wedding Dress Patterns are definitely a rage today. It is absolutely a dream comes true for a woman who loves clothes and well, designer clothes as their bridal dress. And Ritu Beri’s bridal collection are worth buying.
Wearing Indian Bridal Sarees imparts an air of sensuality and sophistication, which best describes the mood it may give to those who wears and beholds them. With the rich array of accessories to underline a saree, the wearer’s splendor will surely radiate from within. Prized moments like uniting in wedlock call for precious Indian sarees that blend together a treasure of inventive designs, faultless artistry, and a varied culture. Marriages are made in heaven, as believed by many. But apparels for marriages are made very much by human beings and the more hand-work is borne by the saree the more wanted it becomes.
Indian Bridal Wear in nearly all parts of India are lavishly embroidered with eminent end stitching, beads and progression work. Full of artistic work, Indian Bridal Saree is more than a saree to women as that moment of love breathes in it. The basic colour of bridal sari is red that gives a different look to the bride that day. Red sari is regarded as propitious because it has numerous emotional, sexual and fertility-related qualities.
The Bridal sari has been beautified with awesome stitching and ornamentation on the fabric like Zari work, embroidery work, organza work, zardosy work, cut work, mirrors, patchwork, sequins work, pearl work, kasab work, kundans, silver aari work, tikki work, coin work, heavy naksh work, antique work and stone work. The blouse worn along with it is equally gorgeous.
Indian Bridal saris come in different fabrics from cotton to silk, from georgettes to crapes. There is no limit as far as variety is concerned in Indian bridal saris. This is because every part of India manufactures its own a typical style in terms of the weaves, embroidery and fabric.
Silk sarees are the favored choice of most Indian brides. Smooth and rich, the silk fabric is the wedding sari that is found in rich colors making them a feast for the eyes. Indian bridal sarees are also made on fabrics like satin, crepe, chiffon etc. the sari can be embroidered on the border and pallav or a particular type of a design can be used to enhance the sari in whole.
Some of the options of Indian bridal saris are:
Banarasi sarees are the most popular Indian bridal dress. They have fine, hand woven exquisite zari work.
Rich Mysore silk sarees or pure Kanjivaram sarees can be selected in a variety of color mishmashes and prints. Kanjivaram silk is the classic South-Indian Bridal dress.
Kashmiri embroidered bridal wear sarees have a very graceful look and get up. Its delicately woven embroidery, very popular with the Marwaari community, gives a charming look.
Bridal sarees from Rajasthan takes in elaborate embroidered sarees in vivacious shades. Designs can be ethnic or contemporary.
A dazzling variety of tie & dye bridal sarees with the use of rich embroidery and embellishment work are also available. The bandhej sarees give the enchanting color of happiness, Italian crepe block printed sarees, leheriya georgette bridal sari, silk gharchola bridal sari are the other famed designer bridal sarees. The gharchola sarees are mostly in red or maroon. The border-work is wide with heavy needle-work, stones, mirrors, beads, zari and sequins. It bears the heritage of the previous generations when red and maroon were the only auspicious colors. There is also the Panetar sari. These are usually white or beige-based silk with bright red or maroon with light embroidered border.
Any married lady’s most memorable, most treasured and most loved ensemble is her bridal saree, teamed with a perfect blouse! In-fact, more than just being a gorgeous outfit, Indian bridal wear makes moments most special.
Bollywood actresses have appeared on screen as pure Indian woman wearing their Indian dresses, especially in Saree. Their sexy well toned body and their unique draping style can make a saree more popular than ever. When dusky Kajol, or sweet babe Rani Mukherjee wear a saree in their films or in some award function we always anxiously wait to see them or try to collect their pictures. There are lots of Indian women who dream to look like Kajol, Rani or Susmita Sen when they drape a sree for some party or get together. Isn’t it ?
Today we are here to give you some information about Rani Mukherjee Saree used in her different film and award function. We can give you assurance that you will be as beautiful as Rani if you follow her style statement in your own ways.
Don’t be impatient friends. We are showing you her unique and gorgeous style in saree.
This is a still from the movie Hum Tum. Do you remember that romantic film of Rani and Saif ? It was great. And the looks of Rani Mukherjee in this movie is just awesome. Mature and sexy. This is a hand-embroidered saree. It’s a little heavy but too gorgeous and ethnic. Rani Mukherjee is looking stunning in this saree with a simple pearl set.
It’s again a handmade embroidered saree. In this saree Rani Mukherjee is looking just hot. This sky blue saree and the multi-colored handmade embroidery works on it, is wonderful. You also can wear this saree with some kundan set and a simple make up. We are sure this saree can give you a sexy look in your evening party if you can carry it properly.
Rani Mukherjee in an award function is looking as graceful as ever. Her pink red designer saree with designer matching bag and jewelry is unique in her own way. This type of saree is ideal for some night party or marriage reception.
Rani Mukherjee with Shah Rukh Khan a.k.a. King Khan for the premier of Kavi Alvida Na Kehna. In her light pink chiffon saree with the contrast of black and purple, she is looking beautiful. No jewelries and untied hair has made her more simple and soft.
However, friends, do not follow her style blindly. It can be a disaster to you. Be as you are. And make yourself more beautiful and attractive.
Selecting a dress for an occasion is very painful to us. Especially for women it’s a huge problem when it comes an occasion like marriage, get-together or some party and even for office or college function. Whether it is a black tie event or a casual get together, the right mantra is not over dressing and not under dressing either. One has to have a bit of knowledge about the dress they are going to wear as well as about the event itself.
For Indian women Saree is always the first preference to get a conventional and unique look. But there are different types of Sarees and you need to know which one to wear when. There are sarees like silk, cotton, fully designer sarees, traditional Kerala Kasavu Pattu Sarees etc. one needs to know which saree to wear so as not to stand out like a beacon.
Don’t feel nervous friends! We are here to help you.
Wedding Sarees : Weddings and marriages are occasions of color, happiness and love. Mostly designer chiffon or Silk Sarees are accurate for that occasion. Other alternative is the Traditional cotton Sarees with silver and gold zari work. Auspicious colors like yellow, red, green and maroon or the white with zari works are preferred. Here again one has to avoid the dull colors and black as they are considered as inauspicious. Proper jewelry to be worn along with the sarees such as gold and silver jewelry and now a -days the diamond sets are as precious as unique.
Sarees for Get together Parties : These semi formal events, conducted for the women to get together and have a quality time. Here the main topics would be the latest fashion, gossips and household activities. So it would be best place to wear your best saree. Your confidence and attitude will speak a lot when you will enter along with your best designer or silk saree. Select a saree that you are comfortable wearing and you are not conscious about it. You can experiment with various necklines and sleeve lengths of blouse, as this is semi formal party.
Evening wear Sarees : Evening wear sarees are mostly for some formal office party. Here you have to maintain your dignity as well as beauty. So select any type of saree that looks nice, dignified and comfortable for wearing. But the secret is to keep it simple. One shouldn’t wear a heavily embellished saree or a heavy traditional silk saree. A light fabric saree will be the best choice.
Office/ Formal wear Sarees : The best sarees to wear to office are simple cottons. Printed Cotton Sarees are simple and the paisley prints look good and soft in such places. Sarees are meant to give sophisticated look, thus select Printed sarees with delicate work on it. It look good to the viewer’s eyes and they wearer also feels encircled in a soft image.
So friends try out our style statement to you. And tell us the effects.
When fashion touches the mother earth in Indian traditional way we call it a Sabyasachi Collection. Sabyasachi the fashion icon of India stands apart for his uniqueness in creating a magic with his ideas of styling and stitching. He got the fashion taste and love for the entire work from his own root Kolkata . His main work originates from the traditional clothes and handwork with patches and sequences. The legacy of fashion is carried on by and will be carried on by this Bengali man all through the fashion industry. He is the perfect man with the creative bend of mind and with the deep sense of intellect. ‘ Personalised imperfection of the human hand’is the main mantra of Sabyasachi Mukherjeee. Deserts, gypsies, prostitutes, antique textiles and cultural traditions of his home town, Kolkata. He uses unusual fabrics, texturing and detailing, ‘fusion’ of styles ‘patch-worked’ with gorgeous embellishments in a vibrant eclectic colour palette to make the feeling of going back to the ancient and medieval ages and giving the designs and the women wearing an ethnic look.. He describes his own collections as ‘an International styling with an Indian soul’.
He has masters the art of perfection specially for the bride and the Indian traditional dress that is sarees. Sabyasachi Mukherjee Sarees Collection is amazing and stunning. Sabya’s fashion hitherto has been known for dressing up elegantly the bride on the D-day. amazing saris with the most outstanding embroidery and prints inspired by the handlooms of kolkata and west Bengal are the major works of Sabyasachi.
Velvet, silk,organza,brocade,chiffon, and georgette were the basis of the fabulous collection, in myriad muted colours. Sabyasachi Mukherjee Sarees Collection for the bride is about going back to the root and dress up an Indian bride with an Indian feel. Sabyasachi Mukherjee saree collection also speaks of his interesting blend of an old world charm with modernity. Fabulous and interesting designs include frail velvet tops designed with puff sleeves, crochet shifts, rose embroidered saris, crochet shifts, jackets with appliqués with feathered ribbons. Sabyasachi Mukherjee Saree Collection has the habit of using a range of muted colors like faded orange, lapis lazuli, tea rose, berry, rust and henna with antique floral designs to complement it and gently flow into one another.
Amazing sarees with the most exceptional embroidery and prints encouraged by the Patan Patola Sarees of Orissa. Velvet, silk, organza, brocade, chiffon and georgette were the basis of the fabulous collection, in myriad muted colours. Prints were pure unadulterated ethic while fabrics ranged from cotton, silk, chiffon, georgette, brocades to lush velvets which were blended together for different segments of each garment.
With the Sabyasachi mukherjee saree collection the saree blouse adds a beauty, and a perfect cut and pattern add a lilttle more grace and eteniticity.. Sabyasachi is famous for his long sleeves off beat saree blouse designs. He mostly creates a choli of the saree with the contrasting color of the saree still holding a common link between the both
Sabyasachi mukherjee saree collection is totally different from the other designers for he brings out the modernity and dignity slitt sticking to the rooted tradition. His design has the simplicity yet the depth, texture and colors.
Fashion is an ever-changing process and for women it is changing everyday even in every minute. Especially Indian women change their clothing trends in every occasion. But some trends and habits can never be changed like shalwar kameez, sarees etc..
Friends today we are here with some vigorous information about Indian saree and shalwar kameez for this spring and summer season. We all know Indian summer is just unbearable. But we are not ready to compromise our fashion for that. Don’t worry. Here is some secret information about some lightweight sarees and simple salwar kameez only for you.
Saree collection for spring and summer : For this season, I have some silk sarees, ideal for evening party-wear. As they are very lightweight, it’s very easy to carry and at the same time will give you a casual as well as unique look. These are the beautiful printed silk sarees for the party wear. The splendid color combinations and modern design have given them a look, which is simply wonderful. Women of 20-40 years can wear it easily for some evening party or get together to become the talking point of the day. In the first one, Fish tail type format is being used to wear these Sarees and it looks amazing. And the color combination is also unique.
On the other hand, in the second one, multiple types of thread work and formatted designs are being used to develop this garment. It is simply superb. These two sarees are awesome for their own terms and gorgeousness. As both are dark in color, I will suggest using them at night party or in some wedding reception with suitable make up.
However, everybody’s taste is not same. Even we like light colors, such as sky blue, distemper colors, or off-white. At the same time, we all need some light colored collections for the afternoon party or family gathering in daytime. These are some examples to give you an elegant and sweet look in these type of gatherings.
Half sleeve and semi round neck simple blouse with simply grounded Saree looking fantastic with Jaali daar (holed) Pallu. Yes, I am talking about this one. Beautiful silver thread is being used for designing at pallu. This is amazing. It is ideal for the afternoon family gathering. Other than that for the middle or old aged women cotton saree like jamdani or printed cotton are suitable to use.
Shalwar kameez for spring and summer : For the teenage girls or women of 25-35 years salwar kameez with a designer dopatta is very attractive option in anytime. The following are all casual wears salwar kameez with beautiful neck styles, colorful kameez, kurti, gorgeous Shalwars and Trouser styles. You can use them as outdoor casual wear like window-shopping, picnic party or casual parties.
Both saris and lehengas are stunning outfits for an Indian wedding and also offers quite a confusion regarding which one to choose. This dilemma is not only for the bride but for her attendants and guests as well. Since both these attires each have their distinct merits and drawbacks, it is really hard to choose any one; especially because, regardless of whether it is a sari or a lehenga, both are gorgeous, elegant and a perfect fit for a colorful occasion like marriage. However, not only weddings, asari or lehenga can be donned on several other occasions too.
The sari is an unstitched fabric and usually five-and-a-half meters long. It can be worn in many different styles which has won it the title of the most versatile garment in the world. This attire is fit for every occasion as a sari comes in different ranges, varieties and styles. Whether it is a casual or a traditional event, you will always get a sari that fits the bill perfectly. Wearing a sari also has different styles and sometimes you need a longer sari to get the perfect drape. It can be worn in the traditional way or in some trendy sexy style.
Generally a plain petticoat is worn underneath the sari. The petticoat matches with the color and pattern of the sari. Since a sari is not stitched, you will need sturdy safety pins to hold it properly and attach it to the petticoat. However, one should be very careful while using the safety pins as it may tear the material if pulled by accident.
The advantages of a sari is that it is timeless, classic, versatile, is available in various materials and is dignified yet sexy.
A lehengas is a three-piece attire that comes with a blouse (also called choli), an ankle-length skirt and also a long scarf (called dupatta). Sometimes a lehengais also called ghagra choli or lehnga choli. The choli can be stylized with attractive cuts, colors and styles. However, the choli is more exposed and calls for rich embroidery work.
Lehenga is not for every occasion which is the major drawback of the outfit. Women can wear lehengas at parties and also on festive occasions but not in the office or at a formal event. However, in events like these ,a sari or a festive salwar kameez fits perfectly. However, lehenga is more desirable if the security of a stitched cloth is required.
The major advantages of a lehenga are that it is sensual, being pre-stitched it is easier to wear and it enhances the silhouette of the wearer. There are several types of Lehenga available in the market. Just like the sari, lehengas also come in a variety of cloth materials, colors and designs.
Depending on the choli and dupatta also there can be variations in lehenga. Here are some of them:
* Fabric: cotton, georgette, silk, silk georgette, silk jersey, tulle and many others.
* Colors: all colors of the rainbow with smart skirt-blouse-scarf color combinations.
* Embroidery: crystal, sequin, gota, jewel encrusted, with border or without.
* Choli: sleeveless, with spaghetti straps, with sleeves, backless and with various neck solutions.
* Dupatta: broad, narrow, shawl-like, matching with the lehenga skirt or in a contrasting color.
Even saris enjoy different wrapping styles. Some of these include the following:
1. Gujarati sari wrapping style:
2. Tamil sari draping style:
3. Bengali sari wrapping style:
Whether to wear sari or lehenga therefore, is an individual choice as both have their merits and demerits.