Tag Archives: lenghas
Posted on25. Sep, 2012 by pallavi.
The fashion weeks one after other showcased the ethnic dresses that have been transformed into high profiled bandwagon ones. The latest fashion show which created a buzz on the fashion runways and gave a burgeoning face to ethnic wears was Aamby Valley Bridal Fashion Week 2012 gave an out blooming start on 12th Sep and [...]
Posted on01. Sep, 2012 by pallavi.
Embroideries are like ornaments for a garment. They enhance the beauty and appeal of a garment making it look highly attractive and captivating. Embroideries are loved by the all aged women from decades. We can see the use of embroideries is on all types of garments from Salwar Kameez to Sarees & Lenghas. Today, we [...]
Posted on08. Aug, 2012 by pallavi.
Lakme Fashion Week is style statement of the Indian ethnic wear and is renowned for bandwagon patterns which always create a niche in the fashion world. The veteran fashion designer Pallavi Jaikishan created a buzz in the show by showcasing her collection after 40 years on the ramp of LFW winter 2012. Her eternal [...]
Posted on20. Jul, 2012 by pallavi.
You will be glad to know that one of our customer made this video and greeted us with this. Brother Sending Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) Gifts to Sister
Posted on18. Jul, 2012 by Anshulika.
Raksha Bandhan is a festival of love and affection. It is the celebration of one of the most beautiful relationship that we cherish all our life. As siblings we all remember the time spent together, growing up together, the fights, the love, the care, little gifts and affection. Now when you are miles apart from [...]
Posted on13. Jun, 2012 by pallavi.
Lengha choli is the traditional garment of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Referred as Ghagra choli by some people, it has now become a stylish ethnic wear. I found an interesting article on Wikipedia regarding various styles and designs of Lengha choli in different regions. Ghagra Choli
Posted on04. May, 2012 by pallavi.
When it comes to dressing-up for special occasion the best way to do it is to go completely ethnic, as ethic is the new age style trend of today. Ethnics in neutral shades can work wonders for men, making them look extremely elegant, royal and chic at the same time. Women can experiment with innumerous [...]
Posted on05. Apr, 2012 by pallavi.
Paisley pattern have always been loved by women of all classes and age groups. Paisley design is derived from Persia. In Persia the design is known as Boteh Jegheh and it has been used in Iran since the Sassanid Dynasty.