To Tie, Or Not To Dye! Bandhani Prints Take A Front Seat This Season

To Tie, Or Not To Dye! Bandhani Prints Take A Front Seat This Season

-by Karishma

Art in one of its most cultural forms, the bandhej or Bandhani prints form of textile tie-dye is a popular print owing to its colourful expertise. Tied with great expertise and dyed with even greater colors, it is a visual reminder that traditional indian art still lives on, majestically. Presenting itself in a variety of recognisable  colors, designs and patterns, it in interesting to note the specific regions shine through.  Look out for the bright yellow, red, green, blue and black that merge into  striking designs comprising of  dots, waves, strips and squares.

Lets delve into this world of creative visualisation that translates so beautifully onto the fabric making the bandhani one of the most beautiful prints today.

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This bandhani georgette anarkali suit in shades of pink and orange is as vibrant as it gets with its intricate gotta patch embroidered neckline and butti. Paired with a rani pink chiffon dupatta with lace, the fuchsia pink raw silk hemline adds depth and definition.

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Contemporary with a twist, this yellow raw silk crop top has mirror embellishments and zardosi embroidery. Offset by a red satin skirt with a fancy drape, it is matched with a teal blue long jacket in silk enhanced with the ever so popular bandhani prints along with a scalloped lace border. Buy it here:

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A hot favourite with the youngsters, this snazzy outfit grabs attention for all the right reasons. Highlighting this orange,yellow and blue bandhani georgette top with scalloped lace, pair it with cream palazzo pants or a skirt for that perfect summer attire. Shop this look here.

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Fuchsia pink and red, this shaded georgette lehenga in bandhani print looks vibrant and appealing and adds to the festive aura. Uplifted by a red raw silk gotta patch embroidered hemline, the red banarasi silk brocade dupatta can be pleated or draped to highlight its beautiful melange of colors over a matching unstitched bandhani printed blouse.  Shop this look here:

A great way to fuse culture with fashion, Bandhani prints are loved by one and all, young and old and men and women alike. Reminiscent of Love, laughter and joy, the colorful bandana prints are a popular symbol of festive grandeur all over India.

Tie-Dye Away!

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