Diwali is everyone's festival of lights, mouth watering delicacies, get-togethers, and beautiful traditional outfits. Everyone wants to look trendy and beautiful, especially the women. From Dussehra itself, the markets and our surroundings start to have that fantastic festive vibe, which can't be explained in words. We women continuously search for the most unique and designer Kurtis to wear on the festival.
The traditional Kurti is considered as the perfect ethnic outfit for every woman of all age groups. When shopping for Diwali's ethnic wear, you want a glamor, glitz, and follow the current fashion trend. In this blog, we are going to talk about our favorite Kurti designs for this Diwali.
Chanderi Kurti is famous for being lightweight, glossy in texture, and shiny. These characteristics make them unique and beautiful from other fabrics. It is believed that this design first originated during the Vedic times. Their connection with Indian mythology also makes them quite celebrated among Indian women. Chanderi cotton, Chanderi silk Kurtis, and silk cotton are the most common for Chanderi Kurtis.
BLOCK PRINT ART
The block print art has been practiced in India from historical times. These prints can come in various fabrics such as cotton, linen, silk, etc. In the prints, you can expect multiple traditional Indian motifs such as leaves, flowers, petals, gods, goddesses, monuments, symbols, etc. Only skilled artisans are able to bring precision to the prints and quality to the Kurtis.
The Bandhani suits are created after the fabric goes through a tie-dye process. This suit style is mainly famous in Gujrat and Rajasthan; however, it is getting popular around India. It is primarily worn as a casual garment in Bikaner, Ajmer, Jaipur, etc. But women now consider it as a quintessential clothing item in their wardrobe.
It is an ever-green Kurti design famous since the time of Mughal-e-Azam. The veteran actress Madhubala made it a trending fashion item when she wore it in the movie 'Mughal-e-Azam.' She played the famAnarkalicter of 'Anarkali,' which gave birth to the name of this Kurti. It is considered as the perfect blend between grace, elegance, and traditionalism. It can be easily paired with leggings, skirts, pants, jeggings. Women prefer to wear Anarkali Kurti for special occasions like Diwali, weddings, and other festivals.