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Best Indian Women Ethnic Dressing Styles!!

Ethnic Dress Options


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Indian Traditions and Culture are too religious, colored & joyful. We celebrate all festivals in different ways. But have you noticed ever that, we celebrate and spent our culture and festivals with our traditional and ethnic dresses. We suppose to feel all the events and festival completely as it meant to celebrate.

We have different religions and traditions, as we have different ways of dressing as per our religions. Either we are Hindu, Sikh, Muslims, Christens or belongs to other religions we follow our traditions. But few are similar to all religions. There are Different Types of Ethnic Dresses, we will follow the trends:-


Saree is a dress pattern which we usually not stitched and draped it to our body with sewn blouse and skirt (petticoat). Saree is normally 4-8 meters long and usually used in widely in India. Wearing style of Saree are different as per the culture and religion. We usually have seen this draping in a different style, on the different occasions and events.

Suit with Dupatta

The Suit with Dupatta is a Women Ethnic Common Style which widely used in North Area of India likewise, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh etc. It consist a long Kurta(kameez) with a looser trouser with narrow bottom at the ankles or straight leggings or plazzo and Dupatta to drap on shoulders.

Lehnga Choli

Lehnga Choli also called Ghagra Choli and it used in Northen India like Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, etc.. Lehnga consists a Long Skirt with embroidery or beats works on it with pleated and choli which is a blouse you carry with Saree as well & can wear the matching jewelry. As well as Dupatta drops on the shoulder to make it complete and give it a finishing look.


Kurti is a dress pattern which women carry in their daily casual routine life. Kurti or Kurta is a dress pattern to wear a shirt or blouse which falls below your waist or knees which call it long Kurtis. You can carry Kurti with Salwar, Leggings, Trousers or Jeans. (western wear)

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