PAIRING RIGHT JEWELLERY WITH YOUR ATTIRE
PAIRING RIGHT JEWELLERY WITH YOUR ATTIRE
There is no dress in this world than saree that can show you how to look extremely gorgeous. It is in the last few years that the trend of this saree has changed like anything. Indians wear it in different ways and all of them look absolutely fabulous.
The fast changing lifestyle has still not been able to affect the beauty and elegance saree showcases. These are the times when you feel that nothing is better than a saree.
Below is the list of essential tips for fashion that Indian women love to wear and look extremely stylish –
1. You need to understand the frame of your body if you want to select the traditional wear such as sarees – If you are a quite plumpy and have fats deposited around the sides of your waist, then it would be better if you do not wear sleeveless cuts. There are the dark colors that can be chosen and you can better avoid the lighter shades.
Then there are prints that are vertical in line and are small. They give a woman a gorgeous slim look. There are women with heavy built and it would be better if they avoid Kota and cotton sarees. They can instead go for Georgette and chiffon sarees.
If you have a medium built then there are fawn and beige that are considered as the best colors whom you will love to wear. If you are trying to search blouses, then you can look for net material blouses that are extremely beautiful and you would absolutely love them for their elegance and incomparable charm you would find.
2. You can wear colors that look great on your skin tone.
There are Indian women who are fairly gorgeous and they can try a number of shades of copper and gold.
If you have a wheatish or dusky complexion then try making the concoction of white, bronze, beige, and gold. They are extremely beautiful and look perfect.
Darker complexioned women can really appear at their best in copper and golden shades and colors.
3. Your self-confidence is perfect to carry you from your jeans to sarees – yes it definitely is!
If you think that buying only from a reputed designer will make you look great and flawless, then let me tell you that you are absolutely wrong. You can equally and in fact, you can flaunt your beauty and poise in traditional attire more than you can do in the western attire.
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Rajasthan (literally, ‘Lands of kings’) is India’s largest state by area. It is among the richest states in the country as far as the field of art and craft is considered. It is well known all over the world for its hand-printed textiles, furniture, leatherwork, jewelry, painting, pottery and metal craft. The ethnic aura envelops even the simplest forms making each one a collector’s delight.
Rajasthani fabrics are decorated with wonderfully vibrant colors. They use fabrics like cotton, silk, and wool to make attractive designs and textures.
This art is called ‘Bandhej’. In this the clothes are dyed along with the undyed points, giving a distinctive look. This is a highly skilled art. A DE-starched cotton fabric (it can be done by soaking it in water overnight) is used for ‘Bandhej’. Next, the design & patterns of the motif like flower, leaves etc. is prepared. Now the motif is tied according to your pattern with the help of threads. The beauty of the technique is in the fact the each & every way you tie will get you a new design every time.
The complete cloth along with tied motifs is dyed now. After dying, washing and drying the fabric, all the knots are opened and the fabric is ready with extravagant patterns.
Rajasthan is the heart of block printing. Most of the work is done by hand only. The art of block printing & dyeing is connected with home furnishing and fabric for personal wear. The main centers for the block printing are Sanganer and Bagru.
Rajasthan is famous especially for silver ornaments. Each part of Rajasthan is known for its own distinct style of silver jewelry. The craftsmen of Jaipur, known for their high-quality enamel work, use enamel colors such as red, blue, white, black, green, yellow and golden which are derived from minerals.
Creatively crafted pieces of jewelry use combinations of enameling and Kundan work which are unique to Rajasthan. Kundan is the art of setting stones in jewelry.
Rajasthan excels in the art of making “antique furniture”. Doors and windows, wooden jharokhas, tables with cast iron jaalis, sideboards, chairs, benches, jhoolas or swings, and dressers are made to resemble the furniture that was in vogue in Havelis a hundred years ago.
Marble tops for tables are also popular, and screens are available with both painted panels and brass embellishments. The range of paintings of the Rajasthani furniture is one of the special features of Rajasthani furniture.
These paintings are flexible having very distinctive styles of their own as these paintings are examples of rich craftsmanship. The color scheme is mainly traditional, bringing the impact of rich cultural heritage to the forefront.
Inexpensive souvenirs, they recall more easily than most other things when it comes to memories of a state of chivalrous kings and beautiful queens. Painted wooden heads, hands made simply by stuffing rags or cotton into the sleeve of the dress, with painted expressions, arched eyebrows, mustache for men and nose ring for women and large expressive eyes on their face, puppets are draped with dresses made from sequined old fabrics.
The hides of dead animals have never been put to better use than in Rajasthan whether as Mojari jutis (the embroidered footwear) or as saddles, bags, and pouches. Jaipur and Jodhpur are the traditional centers for jutis.
Rajasthan with a treasure of history, picturesque architecture, magnificent art & culture and the bewitching landscape is an unparalleled destination.
Originally posted on “https://www.indzola.com/”
A Big Fat Confusion!
Have many clothes in the wardrobe, still, can’t decide what to wear for a desi yet alluring look?
Dresses can make you look stunning make you feel confident, skirts can intensify your beauty & feminine features. Jeans give you a casual look with chunks and formal look with heels.
But isn’t there a cloth which would be all occasion? The one can make you look alluring, brings out your girly nature, can be worn to a brother’s wedding or cousin’s reception or a friend’s engagement & can be worn to the office.
Isn’t there any?
There is, the SAREE.
Saree being the oldest dresses worn in our country is yet one of major choice of women’s. With the arrival of the western clothes, the summer dress, the skirts, gowns & all sarees are being pushed at the back of women’s wardrobe.
The look, the elegance that a saree bring to you is something that western dresses can never replace.
Saree being old still have its unique essence. Saree Weaver with the threads of tradition would make you look astounding anywhere, anytime.
The ways to drape a saree, the print has the embroidery, the occasions you can wear it to, have an astonishing range.
There is such a wide variety of patterns of saree in our country be it banarsi silk saree, patola saree, kanjivaram silk saree, bandhej (bandhani saree), bomkai saree of Odisha, chanderi saree of Madhya Pradesh or the lehriya saree which is vibrant and burst of colors and much more.
Light printed sarees can be worn to office or at home.
The red heavy embroidered silk georgette saree will make you look stunning for any occasion.
Wear a Saree be desi, be comfortable & look always mesmerizing.