Women love to celebrate festivals because not only can they bow their heads, but they can also buy a variety of national costumes. Who among us doesn’t like to wear 9 yards of ethnic royalty from time to time?
However, at times your ability to make decisions can be paralyzed by the plethora of options of national costumes available on our website through online shopping in Pakistan. To make this decision easier, we’ve compiled a list of the 5 most popular national costumes to choose from for your festive occasions.
Because it is made to feel special, even non-bridal saris can be worn. Silk, brocade and chiffon saris are usually made from fine fabrics and are adorned with crystals, kundan, beads, pearls, sequins, sparkling stones, silver or gold embroidery. A pink bridal sari is perfect for a small wedding, and a red bridal sari is perfect for a formal wedding. Most celebrations can fit a bridal sari in a variety of colors. However, you need to decorate these saris in the right way to create the perfect look.
There is something magical about an arkali suit because it makes everyone look great no matter what their body shape. The length of the Arcali can vary depending on your height, and if you are short, you can choose a knee-length, less flared one. Women who want to hide their weak arms need not worry. Most Alkalis come with full or 3/4 sleeves to hide your imperfections. Finally, your pretty Arcali suit will give you a royal look as well as make you look fashionable (yes).
Nothing can compete with the luxurious look that embroidered kurta offers. This delicate detail enhances Kurta’s refined look. With the right accessories, you can even add the necessary sparkle to a kurta embroidered with sequins or other embellishments. There are numerous regional embroidery types to choose from, such as bagh (Punjabi), chikan (Lucknow), kashida (Kashmir), kasuti (Karnataka) or Kantha (West Bengal and Orissa). No matter which embroidery you choose, you just need to decorate the Kurta correctly. Wear this outfit and you will receive many envy and admiration comments.
Skirt of national origin
If you are tired of wearing the same clothes, try creating a new look with an ethnic skirt. Besides being languid and feminine, ethnic skirts can also be adorned with mirrorwork, patchwork and cutwork. Pair it with a sleeveless embellished Kurti for a fun day out.
To decorate your ethnic online skirts, think of anklets, necklaces, danglers, bangles, and bracelets. Make sure the accessories or clothes you wear for a rustic event are sparkling.
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There is no doubt that the lehenga choli is one of the most popular national costumes for women. For lehenga, there are many designs such as fish shape, umbrella, asymmetry, etc. However, for choli, there are several styles: corset, backless, sleeveless, bustier, spaghetti and more. Georgette lehenga cholis is the main national costume for Indian women due to its soft and elegant character. Lehengas can also be worn to many ethnic occasions such as Raksha Bandhan and family weddings, depending on the decoration and design.
Lehenga and sari
What do you get when you cross the elegant renga in a beautiful sari? Why, lehengasaree. Lehengas are easy to wear with a length of 5.5m or less. The lehengas are less than 5.5m in length, so there is no need to create annoying front pleats.
Ethnic lavish garments such as these are usually made of rich fabrics such as silk, brocade, crepe or georgette and are adorned with mirrorwork, polka dots, kundan, gold or silver embroidery or sequins. Finally, lehenga saree is a great way for women who love sarees but are concerned about wrinkles and wrinkles. The lehenga saree will undoubtedly steal your heart as it combines the comfort of lehenga with the elegance of a saree.
How would you choose from these six captivating national costumes for your next festive event? Let us know in the comments below!