Ethnic Kurti Designs To Be Worn At An Indian WeddingSandeep November 21, 2016
Indian wedding is at the height of pomp and show. A lot of rituals, traditions, and norms are followed.
The bride and her close get a fashion platform to exhibit their beauty and fashion quotient.
Fashion designers are experimenting day night to plan the trending fashion based on each season and wedding period.
Colour concept, fashion concept, fabric, pattern and lot more are conceptualised and bring on the floor to be followed by fashion forecast.
When it comes to ethnic Kurti designs for women, and that too for a wedding, Banarasi, gorgeous saree, lehenga, gown or ready to wear sarees are on demand.
But for other invitees or bride’s sisters who are on the packed work schedule of responsibilities prefers to keep it simple and elegant in ethnic wear Kurti.
Embellished Kurti to turn all heads
Silk fabric or other shimmering fabric like velvet, chandari, jacquard, cotton and lot more with an embellishment of heavy or simple embroidery work can do wonder with your personality and styling.
Zari thread and resham thread embroidery work with sequins, stones and beads work throughout the Kurti or on neck and hand portion are good enough for this purpose.
Contemporary trend says it is time for fashion with long floor length or ankle length Kurtis.
Asymmetric pattern, double level fabrics are common. Its seems that the season is of experimenting with hues.
Monochrome and multicolour Kurtis are fashionable and trendy.
Designer Printed Kurti
Printed Kurti designs are ready to go for any occasion. Digital printed is the most advanced invention of fabric designer’s hub.
It’s lustre and pasting quality is shimmering with longevity and party look.
The motif and design are at first prepared in digital software and then with the machine of dye-summation printer the entire dye and painting is posted on the fabric.
Apart from that printing by blocks, stencil print, bamboo prints are still in practice.
The most popular print of the season is script printing.
Fabric in cotton and silk is used to canvas the traditional and historical hymns, poetry in Hindi or another colloquial language.
Apart from that kalamkari print, polka dot print, an evergreen floral print is most on demand.
Lot more of quirky prints are there enlisted to charm up fashionistas.
Printed sleeves in kalamkari and monochrome body with different fabric with similar back design and patterned neck design is in the limelight.
Designer Kurtis is a lot on fashion runway to mesmerise fashionistas.
Apart from Kurti deep delve in fashion pattern of Gown, lehenga and saree.
It preferably comes in embroidery work. Bur printed collection in trending colour concept or monochrome is a voice of today’s conscious.
So pretty ladies boom out in your fashion in this wedding season with experimented colour, stylised pattern and technology of designer!!
Rock in wedding and other parties to be the diva of the day.