The bygone eras of traditional Indian ethnic wears has come into prominence once again. Going by the trends in fashion industry, todays creative fashion designers are showcasing ethnic designs that take us close to our cultural roots. The handloom industry of India got a major boost owing to the ruling sentiments amongst trendsetters and Indian designers. The old school charm has its own persona which mesmerises one and all.
Trust me guys Indian handloom is back with a bang and is world famous for its exquisiteness and fine quality. From Banarasi saris to Tussar saris, the weaves, the patterns and the designs are to die for. Even our very own Bollywood beauties and fashionistas can be seen sporting handloom saris, be it a Chanderi or Kanjeevaram. This whole era of new generation fashion has taken handloom art and Indian ethnic wear to another level of excellence.
I personally love flaunting ethnic wears on special occasions, especially Indian wedding functions. As we all know from May to July, the wedding season is at its peak in India and what can be a better option than a beautiful sari to look your best at the functions. No attire is as glamorous and stylish as a sari and there is no match of the elegance and grace which a lady wearing it personifies.
Next month I have few weddings lined up and I have shortlisted few saris to choose from. It was so difficult to come down to these few options as there are so many beautiful options available online. Banarasi and Kanjeevaram is known to all but I stumbled upon something new for me and I am sure even you all might not be having much idea about Bengal handloom saris. So here I am sharing few of my favourite picks from an amazing and mind blowing website, Ethnic Dukaan, dedicated to Indian ethnic wear only.
I hope you all must have liked the saris as much as I do, in case you are still craving and lusting for more, go and check out many more options like these at Ethnic Dukaan.