Ethnic Wear for Raksha Bandhan460 items
The Rakhi Dress Up – All Ethnics Please!
We all love celebrations don’t we? Festives in India are occasions that are celebrated with full bloom. With our hectic and chaotic lifestyles, festivals are the time that we get to create special memories and revive with our social connections. Raksha bandhan is one such festival in India to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters. Getting all dressed up in an ethnic wear, meeting dear ones following the rituals this auspicious occasions has a lot more to it. Every occasion calls for a new dress and buying new dresses is the most fun part of festivals. There is no particular dress code for rakshabandhan but being an auspicious occasion womanly prefers wearing traditional Indian wear.
Beautiful outfits to wear on Rakshabandhan
1. Salwar Kameez: It’s one of the most loved outfits my both married and married women. With Salwar Kameez one can choose from a wide range of style like palazzo suit, sharara suit, straight cut suit with long skirt or lehenga, classic kurti set or a dhoti suit. As this is an in house home festival. Something light and subtle would be more apt for it. To accessorize the look you could match the look with some traditional jewelry like jhumkas or chandbalis it suits with all ethnic wear.
2. Anarkali Suit- This is another great alternative to wear as traditional ethnic style. It gives you a rich and regal look. You can experiment your anarkali look with lehenga instead of churidar or wearing it as an anarkali gown with prints or buttis for an indowestern look.
3. Sarees- When it comes to downing a traditional look there is nothing better than a saree. Nothing can beat the beauty and ethnicity of a saree. Sarees are always on the top list of every married woman. While you are wearing a saree you could still look like a top fashion notch with trends like ruffle sarees, ready pleated sarees, half and half sarees or plain sarees with some fancy designer blouse
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