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August 24th, 2022

India has blessed the world with many delicacies and intricacies. From heavy embroidery to flowy chiffon prints, India has explored many styles and designs. Soon, these famous techniques or fabric choices became a staple for every girl next door. Here are some popular and age-old Indian intricacies, that can be incorporated into your outfits. This festive season, add these festive wear kurta sets to your wardrobe. These intricacies are all about the technique, fabric, and silhouette. 


Embroidery is a technique in which threads are used to create a motif on the garment. These threads could be silk, cotton, or thread. An elegant way to embellish the garment. You must have seen your mother and grandmother elegantly dress up in heavy embroidered suits and lehengas. This was done on the neckline, hemline, and around the borders. This trend can still be seen in everyday outfits, but with a slightly toned-down embroidery. To create an everyday outfit with this technique, a straight-line embroidered kurta can be paired with trousers for women. This outfit can be accessorized, with Kundan jewelry. An embroidered Jutti can be worn with this look. Add a boho bag or clutch to complete the look.


A monochromatic look is a versatile trend, that has been going on for decades. This look can be seen in ethnic wear as well as western wear. Indian fashion had an all-gold take, on this trend. Initially, women from Mughal Empire were seen wearing an all-gold outfit that would showcase their legacy. Later, famous Bollywood characters were seen wearing gold suits or saree with accessories in the same tone. To achieve this famous trend while keeping it subtle, buy a yellow tunic or suit along with gold trousers. Pair gold accessories like rings, earrings, and footwear with this look.


Kantha embroidery is a famous embroidery technique that has been followed for a long time. This technique has simple motifs done on the garment. The color of embroidery thread and garment are generally red, yellow, and more. Bollywood actresses like Raveena Tandon and Kajol wore Chikankari suits, during the 90s. Now, current actresses like Kiara Advani and Alia Bhatt are spotted wearing similar suits. This is a trend that can be incorporated into everyday looks. Wear a colored straight-fit kurta for women that can be paired with ankle-length pants. White or a colored dupatta can be draped around with this look. You can add a dupatta with some heavy work to elevate the entire look. Accessories like silver junk jewelry and brown Kolhapur flats can be worn to complete this look.


Anarkali kurta is a kurta that was introduced through the Mughal empire. A flowy hemline is achieved by cutting an umbrella pattern. This suit is fitted from the top, and flares from the waistline. This kurta with heavy work on it was seen a lot in the last few decades. To follow this trend in 2022, wear a simple Anarkali festive kurta set with minimal work. Heels can be worn to add height to this look. Keep the accessories dainty with this look, for a modern look. Add a clutch to complete the look.


In this technique of printing, gold print is stamped on the fabric. It is generally done on a dark-colored fabric, which makes the gold pop and shine. This simple technique can make plain motifs look elegant and graceful. This technique can be used to make both suits and sarees. This technique has been intricacy for quite a while now. This suit might have a simple print on it, but the fabric adds to the elegance. This kurta can be worn along with a pair of art silk trousers for women. A heavy work Banarsi silk dupatta can be worn with this outfit. Complete the look, with simple footwear and stud earrings. 

Buy these and more festive kurta sets for women, from Sabhyata. You can wear these garments with intricate patterns and designs and flaunt your ethnicity. For a more trendy look, accessorizing options are endless.