Amp Up Your Ethnic Wear Game with New Styles of Sangeet and Puja Dresses - Umzu Reviews

Amp Up Your Ethnic Wear Game with New Styles of Sangeet and Puja Dresses

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Time to take up your dance diva avatar at an upcoming Sangeet ceremony? Confused about your Durga Puja ensembles this year?

The good thing about ethnic wear is its versatility across seasons and how it celebrates the abundant roots of the regional fabric and textile craft. Whether it’s an annual festival where the whole community comes together, or a pre-wedding ritual like Mehendi, Haldi or Sangeet, both traditional silhouettes and chic contemporary versions of classic clothing will lend you a lively and ethereal vibe.

If you’re wondering what outfit will look best on you, check out these trendy fashion trends for both men and women:

  1. One-of-a-Kind Sangeet Dresses

The Sangeet is one of the most energetic and significant events leading up to the main ritual of the big fat Indian wedding. There is gaiety, music, admirably choreographed dancing on a stage all decked up, feasting, and generally a lot of cheer all around. Finely woven Chanderi lehengas, glistening Banarasi drapes, and separates that host iconic intricate embroideries and embellishments from across the country blend right in.

You could wear a lehenga of the established kalidar style with a sultry blouse, the whole set embellished with gota-patti or mirror work, or you could also choose lehengas that reflect interesting influences with their sea-shell tassels and ruffled layers. You could pick subtle embroidered kurtas or set the mood with brocade – a craft that can never go wrong and a popular choice for women’s and men’s clothing alike.

  1. Puja Dresses for Men and Women

A festive time close to the hearts of many is the Navratri. There is worship – “puja”, there is fasting, and then there’s eager feasting on traditional meals and famous sweets. A basic aspect of Indian festival observances is new clothes signifying new beginnings.

Women and girls’ wardrobes can be topped up with the staple kurta of varying lengths, effortless silhouettes like asymmetrical kurtas, embroidered dresses with drapes, handloom sarees, lehenga dresses in silk complete with jacket, sharara sets adorned with sequins or zardozi, georgette dupattas and stoles, pre-stitched chiffon sarees, off-shoulder saree dresses with gold motifs, and the smoothly layered combination of anarkali with flared lehenga.

On the other hand, men and boys can look dapper in classy kurtas with bundi jackets in cotton or linen base paired with matching pants, raw silk jackets complimenting dhoti pants and floral embroidered kurtas, choga style kurtas, silk velvet bandhgala jackets, jackets in Chanderi with an interesting Shibori touch, embellished silk sherwanis and men’s angrakhas.

Flaunt Your Elegance

Dress to impress this festive season. Glam up for the evening and look unconventionally stylish in the daytime in these unique designer ethnic wear. There are so many labels to choose from–  Nidhika Shekhar, Nadima Saqib, Amaare, Sonam & Paras Modi, Abhinav Mishra, Rajdeep Ranawat, Varun Bahl, Dhruv Vaish, Abhi Singh, Seema Gujral, Anushree Reddy, Bhumika Sharma and Mahima Mahajan, to name just a few.

Whether preparing to groove during Sangeet or getting ready for the 4-day festivities of Puja, you can find stunning designer outfits on platforms like Ogaan, Pernia’s Pop-Up Shop, Ajio-Luxe, Tata CliQ Luxury, Nykaa Fashion, etc. 

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