Ethnic wear with a twist

India is a land of diversities; diversity in the language people speak, food habits, festivals celebrated, marriage rituals, etc are the specialty of India. Festivals are like life and soul of Indian tradition. Festivals in India mean get-together with friends and relatives, cooking special dishes, lots of music, celebration, enjoyment and also shopping. Wearing ethnic clothes during festivals, marriage functions and special occasions is an integral part of such celebrations.

But, ethnic wear does not have to be the same old boring stuff. The latest modern trends are meant not only for western wear, now even our ethnic dresses are not lagging behind. You can get ethnic clothes like Saree, Lehenga Choli, Designer Sarees, Salwar suit, Anarkalies, Designer Blouses, Gowns, etc easily in any part of India. But Craftsvilla has a wide collection of ethnic clothes which have a modern twist. Nobody wants to stay behind in adorning themselves with the latest modern trends and in this Craftsvilla helps you stay abreast of others. They have a wide range of ethnic dresses which have been twisted, modified and fused with other traditional designs to give us a collection of ethnic dresses with a twist.

Suppose if you have to go to a marriage function, will you wear jeans and top to that function? No, that will make you completely out of place and improper for that function. A Saree, Lehenga or Salwar Suit is perfect for such occasions. Recently I attended one marriage function where one of my cousin’s Lehenga choli was the point of discussion for many. Colour was apt, design was neither gaudy nor very sober, it was perfect for the occasion.

I casually asked her, “Where did you buy this Lehenga choli”? She told that she bought it online from Craftsvilla and that too at a very reasonable price. She even mentioned that Craftsvilla has a wide range of ethnic and western wear and also ethnic wear with a twist and the prices are pocket friendly. After getting such positive reviews from her, I thought of giving a try to Craftsvilla. On going through the vast collection, I am so flattered and impressed by their collection.

Since I had a bad experience with one of the leading e-commerce website while buying a dress, I am a bit sceptical about online shopping for clothes. But, my cousin’s persuasion about Craftsvilla has again instilled my confidence in online shopping for clothes. So now I have decided that I will buy a designer saree from Craftsvilla on this Durga Puja festival.

This is one of the sarees, which I really liked. I just love the colour, blue is my favourite and it looks stunning with the golden border design. Awesome combination! Apart from sarees, I was browsing through their Lehenga choli section and I fell in love with this Lehenga choli, perfect for a marriage function. Great combination of pink (I am not very good with colours, pink is pink for me) and golden colours. After going through their collection, I have fallen in love with the golden colour, makes a great combination with almost every colour.

Festival, marriage or party, go for ethnic wear; adorn yourself with ethnic dresses which have modern blend to it. Never leave or forget your roots, because if you don’t take care of the roots, the tree will surely die. Similarly, our ethnic clothes are the roots of our culture and tradition, never let it vanish from our Indian culture.

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