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Patiala Salwar: an Easy & Comfortable Wear for Hot Summer

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 9:27:00 AM Asia/Calcutta

Girls are very particular about fashion and style irrespective of the season. During summer the season, in India when temperatures are above 40 degree it is very hard to decide what type of clothes one should wear that feel easy and comfortable during the afternoon but at the same time girls shouldn’t have to compromise with style and fashion. Today, one of the hottest trends for the summer 2016 is the Patiala Salwar trend-it is easy and comfortable to wear during a hot summer day.

The favorite social dress of the Punjabis, the Patiala Salwar trend is making a huge come back this season. While wearing a simple Salwar kameez can get boring, but if you pair up a shirt with your Patiala Salwar, it becomes a casual and chic dress.

One of the most amazing things about Patiala Salwars is that you can wear it in various styles. For a simple and casual way to wear while at home, you can opt for a floral or even an abstract printed Salwar with a plain t-shirt or kurta.

How to Style It?

1. Opt for the Printed Salwar and Try a Plain Kurta With it.
2. Opt for the Plain Salwar and Try a Plain Kurta with it.

These days the first option is more popular as, Printed Salwar with plain kurta looks really cool. Moreover, there are Sets available in the market. You can purchase Printed Patiala Salwar Dupatta Set online. The best part of styling this way is, you can try multiple color Kurta or Kurti with one printed Salwar at different times and each time you will get a new look.

Patiala Salwar comes in bright shades and the prints on the Patiala suit are equally vibrant. You can wear a plain Salwar with a printed kurta with a heavy dupatta.

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How to Accessorize the Look?

You can even wear this casual chic outfit for a special occasion if you use the right accessories-to complete the look. Wear juttis and heavy jhumkas and you are all set to make a fashion statement. Also, if you are fond of Bindi and Bangles, try the desi traditional look.

Patiala Salwar with matching dupatta is definitely a must have for ethnic wear lovers in India. It looks stylish, it is light and comfortable clothing style and looks really elegant. Try Patiala Sawar Dupatta Sets from

Posted in Salwar Suits By Dhruv Mehta

How to Style Chaniya Choli? Style Tips for Navratri 2015

Thursday, September 17, 2015 12:14:47 PM Asia/Calcutta

Navratri, the vibrance of Gujarat but the passion of every Indian who loves to sing, dance or even tap her feet to rhythmic beats, a festival that creates an atmosphere full of life. Garba, the Gujarati folk dance is played with full zest all around the state. All the enthusiasts get into the mood to enjoy the most awaited dance festival. As Navratri approaches, every single person is in the dilemma of "What new taste and twist should be added to the stereotype Chaniya-Cholis and Kurtas to look attractive?"

To match up with the lively atmosphere during Navratri, here are a few tips one could utilize to grab the limelight.


1.    Choose an indo-western style in order be a step apart. Simple yet colourful knee length skirt with full flair and traditional work can be clubbed with a jazzy backless / halter Choli and a simple Dupatta. Wearing something with pure Kutchi work shall also be great. Boys could style up their Kurta by using a Dupatta as a turban or tying it around the waist.
2.    Select a material that is easy to carry, one that makes you feel comfortable even if you sweat a lot. Cotton could be a convenient option. For a good look chiffon would go really well. Easy and light to carry.


1.    The atmosphere seeming really hot these days, it would be preferable to put on light but eye catching jewellery.
2.    Traditional statement earrings and a few Bangles shall be enough to add that bling to your charming personality. Mang-Tika would make your face look really different and impressive. Boys can put on Kadas and clip-on earrings to give their attire a new look.

Make Up:

1.    Using a minimal of makeup that gives your face a natural yet pretty look is advisable.
2.    Applying Waterproof Make Up shall keep up your looks intact even if you sweat.

Hair Do:

1.    Styling your hair into a braid (a fish tail or a French braid) would be a perfect match along with the ethnic look.
2.    Tying up your hair into a bun could also be preferred as it would give an elegant look as well as a sigh of relief in the hot weather.


1.    Traditional Mojdis would be pretty comfortable while playing Garba and will be compatible with the ethnic Chaniya-Choli as well.
2.    Wearing any kind of uncomfortable footwear is not advisable as it could hurt your feet as well as your enthusiasm to play Garba.

Style up, accessorize and Dance to your fullest to be one in that crowd looking at whom everyone’s eyes are left wide open!

Posted in Salwar Suits By Dhruv Mehta

Pakistani Salwar Suit : Latest Ethnic­ Wear Trend in India

Thursday, September 17, 2015 12:07:05 PM Asia/Calcutta

Pakistan, our neighbour country and vivid in colors when it comes to Fashion. Long Kurtis and Floor Length Suits are their everyday apparels. But still they are the only outfits that is being worn in each and every occasion of theirs and still every time it's something new, distinct and fierce. Keeping in mind the modern touch to the traditional apparels, Palazzo Pants are something to talk about too.

Long Kurtis are preferred by every girl in India and it has been so popular that Indian women are also interested in wearing it. No matter what the size and shape is, Long Kurtis suites everyone on this planet. As it gives that touch of moderness, comfortness, and style. Keeping all these in mind Indian designers have taken this trend to a new level. Long Kurtis are now available in variety of styles, fabrics, colors, prints, patterns and what not. It is something which can be complemented with anything.

Long Kurtis are not only found in printed patterns, but are also found with heavy embroidered work or embellishments. Wearing a Long Kurti with embroidered work or embellishments for Parties or Receptions is an ideal choice whereas printed or simple solid Long Kurtis can be worn for work or on a regular basis. Printed Long Kurti and Solid colored Kurti is a fashion statement to make by pairing it with statement accessories and classy footwear or bag. In this country where everyone gets irritated handling their dupatta, this outfit does not make it mandatory to carry and that's the biggest plus point. No matter whatever the style and pattern of your Kurti is, it will still look elegant and simple without a dupatta. Even if you are not comfortable, the scarf is something which you can try on.

What about bottom wear?

Preceding introduction also marked something about Palazzo Pants telling you that it's something to talk about. And yes it is! Palazzo Pants are the most trendy and comfortable outfit for the summer and monsoon season. They are these outfits flowing in the air with the summer wind making you feel sophisticated and sexy. Light weight, with wide legs and yet classy. These pants are available in many types like high waist, with pockets or without pockets and they are also available in many colors, prints and patterns giving you countless choice. It is that summer outfit which makes you call the beaches.

Palazzo Pants are defined modern but they can even be traditional. Invest in a Palazzo Pant with ethnic or traditional print and pair it with solid colored, loose tank top or crop top. Lastly accessorize it with silver jewellery and sleek and simple flats. There you go, ready for a movie, dinner or any pre-wedding function. Palazzo Pants are something to invest in and trust me, you will never get disappointed.

This was something about two different versions of emerging fashion in India. Long Kurtis and Palazzo Pants are elegant and sophisticated. No matter where you want to go, these two apparels will always help you out and that too without disappointing you.

Posted in Salwar Suits By Dhruv Mehta

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