Indian Clothes are admired and loved by Indians and have gained popularity worldwide. The top Indian styles including the Saree and the Salwar Kameez have found international appeal.
The Salwar Kameez dates back to the 12th century. New designs, styles and cuts help transform the wear to Indo-Western wear. It’s worn from day to day wear to office wear to wedding, parties, festivals and functions. The Salwar Kameez makes an Indian women figure appealing and stunning due to its flowing fabric matched by Indian women body figure. There are 3 components to the trousers which is tied by a string, the top shirt which flows down to the knees, and the dupatta which is a free flowing fabric about 2 meters in length.
The Saree is worn by millions of Indian women all across the globe. The Saree has age old story which has transformed itself over many centuries. The Saree exhibits grace, elegance and tradition. The Saree is normally of 6 meters although its length can vary as per the designer.The Saree is draped around the waist with one end going over the shoulders and the other around the waist.The Saree is worn along witha petticoat and a blouse.The petticoat is the inner wear below the waist area while the Blouse covers the top body area and the Saree is draped over it. The Saree comes from various states having different prints, materials, and embroidery.
Indian Jewelry is worn at home, work and at special events like weddings. Indian Jewelry has been an intrinsic part of Indian culture & heritage, and when worn during a weddings or festivals, is considered very auspicious and signifies the richness or status of the person wearing it. Mostly the jewelry is made from 22 carat gold with inlayed precious stones like diamonds, rubies & kundan to make it even more attractive. Indian Jewelry offers a variety of designs from traditional Indian to modern Western styles and includes necklaces, earrings, nose rings, anklets, and bangles or bracelet.