Lohri Ethnic Wear Collection for Women

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Quintessential Styling Tips for Lohri 

Lohri is a very popular festival celebrated in the northern part of India, primarily by the Hindus and Punjabi folks. Just like other festivals in India Lohri is also related to agricultural activities of the farmers. It marks the harvesting season in Punjab at the end of the winter season. First Lohri popularly know as “Pheli Lohri” is considered as a very important and auspicious festival for the newly wedded couple and the newborn child, as it marks fertility. On the day of the festival as the sun sets, a bonfire is lit up with dry twigs and branches. People get-together singing and dancing around the bonfire to the tunes of Lohri songs. Munching of seasonal goodies like popcorn, peanuts, rewri, and sugarcane is an integral part of the celebrations. Fistful of these goodies are also thrown in the bonfire as form of worship to the Sun God. Prayers are offered in abundance. People make merry singing and dancing around on giddas and bhangra to the beats. 

Pheli Lohri of a Bride

As per the Punjabi tradition first Lohri or the pheli Lohri of a newly married couple is considered to a very important day. This auspicious festival of Punjab means a new beginning as it is celebrated in the month of Magh. To celebrate the new beginning friends and family get together in the in-law's house. The bride dresses up in bright and beautiful colors with proper traditional attire along Solah Shringar. (16 things that a bride adorns herself with). The bride and groom are showered with blessings and gifts from friends and families. 

Traditional Outfits for Lohri

Patiala suit

One can wear a bright colored beautifully embroidered Patiala Suit (Dhoti style salwar with Kurti and Dupatta) with matching jutties. You can style your hair in a long fish tale pleats along with parandas. To add up to the look can pair it with a matching jhumkas or chandbali, bangles and a bindi on the forehead.

Peplum tops with dhotis

If you are looking for a fusion kinda a look then a stylish peplum top with a contrasting dhoti pant is all that you need. It’s chic, stylish, elegant and easy to carry. For all the Fashionista who wish to down a tradition look but still wanna look voguish then a peplum top with dhoti is an ideal choice. You can have an open hair look with center partition while matching your outfit with a classic temple Jewellery

Chicken Embroidered Kurti with Phulkari dupatta

A chicken embroidered Kurti with matching leggings and a phulkari dupatta is another option for a perfect Lohri outfit. You can style your look with some nice silver oxidized earrings and silver-plated bangles & a colorful paranda for braided hair.
 

 

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