Worth buying traditional sets for upcoming festivals

We all wait for the festivities with so much joy and vigour. And why not? These are the best sources to reunite with your relatives and live your traditions in a fun way. And there are also the occasions wherein you need to dress with complete perfection in the traditional attires. So, do you have them all in your wardrobe?

If not, then here are some of the worth buying traditional sets that can enhance the joy and beauty of your festivals.

1.Palazzo Kurti Set

Dressing up for the festivals means looking your best while being comfortable in the attires to spend hours in them. What better than the palazzo kurti set can make this happen? These come in different fabrics and patterns and look extraordinarily graceful and charming when you wear them. Grab them now to slay a trendy, stylishly traditional look in the upcoming festivals.

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traditional sets

2. Sarees:

Indian tradition and festivals are closely bonded with the sarees. You will see almost every woman adorned with them and looking so pretty and at home in these. You can select from the varieties of sarees presented in each State, like Banarasi or Kerala saree, to ensure your festivals are sealed with the right traditional touch.

3. Kurtas with bottoms:

After the palazzo kurti set, you can try including the traditional kurta in your festive collection. These can be paired with dhoti it cigarette pants, garara bottoms and even salwar or leggings. In all, if the Kurta is stylish and the bottoms compliment them well, your festive look will be totally a super hit formula.

4. Lehenga choli:

Lehenga and choli is a glamorous combination that never fails. Be it your wedding or party or the festivals; you appear to be a princess dressed in traditional attire if you wear them. There are lots of colour choices available in these, and you can even select the work and pattern carefully to look fabulous at the next festival. 

5. Salwar Kameez:

Salwar Kameez is to Indian fashion what rice is to Indian cuisine — it is a staple or has become one through time. The classic salwar kameez is a three-piece outfit consisting of a top, bottom, and dupatta. But, as we see, these have taken many different shapes over the years. The classic salwar kameez is a garment that an ordinary Indian lady has worn for most of her life. Designers are doing an excellent job of elevating the salwar suit, so you can never have too many of them. Your festivals are surely going to be complete with you displaying a perfect personality in a salwar kameez.

6. Anarkali suits:

For the most prolonged period, there was a complete fashion halt, and we thought there was no innovation in the traditional clothing line since Anarkalis had taken control. They almost controlled the racks before there were any other contenders, yet you can’t get enough of them, which is why a part of you will constantly search for them when you go shopping. Anarkalis are voluminous and lengthy, with an A-line cut that begins well above the hips. Anarkalis will always have a significant market share, from cotton to tulle, lace, and zari, and no one can change it.

Shopping is at its most attractive right now, thanks to both online and physical establishments.

Everything from personalised design options to mass-produced clothes is at your fingertips. So, what type of ethnic attire do you prefer? Let that be your go-to look this festive period!

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25 Comments Add yours

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Thanks

  1. Harjeet Kaur says:

    I loved the peach set in the picture. Where is it from? I like to wear straight kurtas and not palazzos anymore. The straight pant looks more elegant. We women are spoilt for choice. We have so many options to suit every occasion. Poor men just have to make do with a shirt and trousers.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Its my favourite too, Its from Libas. Direct link to that category is also mentioned in the blog for easy reference

  2. Alpana Deo says:

    I need to bring some new festive clothing into my wardrobe. I like palazzos, They are very comfortable especially during summer.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Totally is, you should definitely try

  3. Those are great ethnic wear options. Palazzo Kurti has been my current favorite due to the comfort it gives.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Totally, comfortable and trendy

  4. Charu says:

    A palazzo set is my current fav and Anaarkali is like evergreen. Ethnic wear has its own charm and grace. Loved the entire list you shared

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Thanks a lot, glad you liked it

  5. These are some amazing festive wear options. You post had set a perfect festive vibe and tempted me to buy new ethnic wear. I like salwar kameez and sari most .

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      There is never too many ethnics, you should try

  6. Neha Tambe says:

    I am always looking for an excuse to shop clothes and I like palazzo sets that are comfortable and perfect for any occasion.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Totally

  7. Ruchi Verma says:

    Festival time is one when I really shop for traditional wear and sarees are always on the top for simple and elegant look.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      That’s a lovely choice

  8. MeenalSonal says:

    Plazzo set is my favorite too, and adding them in festivals is the good way to be comfortable in the celebrations too, besides I like Anarkali too as they look grand for any occassion.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Lovely choice

  9. What a wonderful list of ethnic attire. These look very trendy and also comfortable to wear. So many lovely options

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Thank you, indeed is

    2. Afreen Ansari says:

      Indeed is.

  10. I have to upgrade my wardrobe with more traditional outfits and I personally like the straight fit kurti and pallazo pants as they are very comfy.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Comfortable and stylish for sure

    2. Afreen Ansari says:

      And a must in Summers

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