Diwali Collection

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  1. Grey silk draped saree lehenga paired with black resham embroidered high neck blouse  Grey silk draped saree lehenga paired with black resham embroidered high neck blouse only on Kalki.
    IRRESISTIBLE DRAPE
  2. Pink anarkali silk dress in floral and peacock foil print Pink anarkali silk dress in floral and peacock foil print only on kalki
    PRETTY IN PINK
  3. Yuvika Chaudhary in Kalki silver grey net saree. Yuvika Chaudhary in Kalki silver grey net saree.
    Yuvika Chaudhary, Actress
  4. Peach raw silk saree in zari and sequins embroidered butti and border Peach raw silk saree in zari and sequins embroidered butti and border only on Kalki
    PEACH PLEASURE
  5. Rani pink satin saree embellished with cut dana embroidered butti and border Rani pink satin saree embellished with cut dana embroidered butti and border only on Kalki
    SATIN DREAMS
  6. Emerald green satin saree embellished with cut dana embroidered butti and border Emerald green satin saree embellished with cut dana embroidered butti and border only on Kalki
    CUT DANA BALLAD
  7. Plum and millennial peach  satin saree in abla and cut dana  embroidered butti Plum and millennial peach  satin saree in abla and cut dana  embroidered butti only on Kalki
    THE PLUM CHARM
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Enjoy the festive season of Diwali with Indian ethnic fashion: Diwali is one occasion when our wardrobes give way to the shimmer and bling. One of the most popular Diwali dresses for ladies has been, no doubt, the ever-stylish designer Anarkali Suits, which are available in a myriad of colors like reds, maroons, blues, and greens. This is followed by the designer range of sarees which include exclusive bandhani sarees. These Gujarati styled sarees can be coupled with kutch work blouses in contrast shades and traditional silver pieces of jewelry. In terms of fabric, while chiffon and georgette have always been very popular, a different variety of shimmery and heavier fabric like satin, net and brocade also find several takers among the fashion divas. As this is the time of year which calls for numerous social meetings and greetings with the friends and the family, it is essential to present yourself in a glam avatar. Shimmer and bling have always been the vital element of the Diwali c Read More...

Enjoy the festive season of Diwali with Indian ethnic fashion:

Diwali is one occasion when our wardrobes give way to the shimmer and bling. One of the most popular Diwali dresses for ladies has been, no doubt, the ever-stylish designer Anarkali Suits, which are available in a myriad of colors like reds, maroons, blues, and greens. This is followed by the designer range of sarees which include exclusive bandhani sarees. These Gujarati styled sarees can be coupled with kutch work blouses in contrast shades and traditional silver pieces of jewelry. In terms of fabric, while chiffon and georgette have always been very popular, a different variety of shimmery and heavier fabric like satin, net and brocade also find several takers among the fashion divas. As this is the time of year which calls for numerous social meetings and greetings with the friends and the family, it is essential to present yourself in a glam avatar.

Shimmer and bling have always been the vital element of the Diwali collections. Less being more these days, the Diwali collection at KalkiFashion.com showcases Deepavali special sarees and suits in contemporary styles which include thread, zari, and zardozi embellishments with matching lace and cutwork borders. Dress for Diwali is a whole different way with the bespoke collection of designer dresses from the house of KalkiFashion.com.

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