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Traditional Clothes for Women: Best to Wear on Festivals

India is the country of festivals; it encompasses people from different religions and cultures and thus celebrates numerous religious festivals. But whatever the festival is, Indians like to wear their traditional clothes. Indians proud their traditions and harmony; this is why we are here with some of the Best Traditional Clothes for Women that they would surely love to wear on festivals and ceremonies.

There are many festivals in India like Dusshera, Holi, Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Onam, Eid, Easter but there are some major festivals like Diwali for Hindus, Christmas for Christians, and Ramadan for Muslims. So, we bring here traditional clothes for women that you like to wear at any festival or ceremony.

Surely these traditional wears look great at any ceremony or festival! Today we bring here traditional and ethnic wears.

Assam Cotton Contrast Traditional Mekhela Chador (Beige and Scarlet Red)

This is an Assam Traditional handloom called ‘Mekhela Chador.’ There are two main pieces of cloth that are draped around the body, as you can see in the image. If you want to try a new traditional dress this festival, then Assam’s traditional dress ‘Mekhela Chador’ could be a good option.

Indian Traditional Ghagra Dress-Material

Ghagra (Ghagra choli) is the traditional clothing of women in the many states of India. Particularly in Rajasthan, Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Bihar, and in many more states.

Ghagra choli is a combination of ghagra (long skirt) and choli (blouse), as you can see in the picture a beautiful free size material of ghagra. The material is so good and comfortable, made by top workman and labors. The material is expensive but worth it.

Muga Silk dress – Tradition of Manipur

Muga silk is a variety of pure silk belong to the Assam. This silk is exceptionally durable and has a natural yellowish-golden tint texture. Assamese have different ethnic dresses for various events and festivals.

This dress is one of their traditional dress, which made with pure silk (Muga Silk).

Traditional White-Brown Net Anarkali Salwar Kameez Suit

Anarkali Salwar Kamiz is originating from the city of Lahore (now a part of Pakistan). Lahore was a part of India before the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947. Anarkali Salwar Kamiz, known as Anarkali Suit, is made up of long, frock-style top.

It is a traditional Anarkali Salwar Kamiz Suit Material. This suit is white with brown in color, and the Net fabric is used.

Sambalpuri Women’s Cotton Dress

We are sure you have heard about the Sambalpuri Saree, Sambalpuri Silk or Sambalpuri Dresses! Sambalpuri Wears is originated in Odisha. Sambalpur is a city of Odisha, from where Sambalpuri dresses originated. Other than Sambalpur, many other districts of Odisha made Sambalpuri dresses; such as Bargarh, Sonepur, Balangir district, and Boudh District. This dress is made up of Sambalpuri Silk and designed in Sambalpur.

PS Pret by Payal Singhal Women Salwar Suit

Payal Singhal is a well-known Designer who designed dresses for many actresses and modals, Aishwarya Rai is one of them. Here you find one of the best traditional dress she designed ‘PS Pret Salwar Suit.’ This designer Salwar Suit is created with modern touch and design.

Salwar Suit (Salwar Kameez) worn in many Asian Countries. Salwar Kameez is sometimes called Salwar Suit or Salwar Kurta or Punjabi Suit; Originally this traditional dress belongs to the Panjab.

Net Ruffle Designer Saree

Saree is a typical traditional wear in India. This is a Ruffle Saree, net and ruffle fabrics have been used in making of the saree. Ruffle has been applied to the saree that makes its look beautiful. Netting to the saree has so neat and clean and gives a ravishing look to the saree.

Designer Moss Crepe Silk Saree

Moss Crepe is a soft surfaced fabric. This fabric has been used to make this designer saree. It is a designer ethnic wear for women, which is stylish and sober.

Sharara Jalabeya Ethnic Wear

Semi Stitched Sharara comes with semi stitched top and bottom and dupatta. Net and embroidering have been used, which suits it very well. Sharara has been worn by the Muslim women the most, but as you know in India people of every religion lives together, Hindu and christen and other religion’s women also wear this dress on many occasions and festivals.

Whether you are Hindu or Muslim or from any religious religion, one thing is certain that this Sharara will suit you perfectly and will be completely appreciated by you.

Miss and Mams Olive Green Designer Ethnic Wear Saree

An Ethenic Saree from Miss and Mams. It is stylish and looks traditional. You can wear it in wedding, any function or festival celebrations, it will always seem that beautiful.

Kurta and Plazzo

Designer Indo-Western Kurta-Plazzo, it is a combination of traditional Indian wear ‘Kurta’ and western wear ‘Plazzo’ with modern designing. This indo-western style kurta-palazzo look so beautiful and stylish and will surely suit you with a unique indo-western theme.

Traditional Salwar Suit

Salwar suit is one of the Ethnic wear of Indian Subcontinent. It is the traditional attire of Punjab. Salwar suit is so popular among women because it is comfortable to wear and looks stylish as well. Rich fabrics were used in the making of this ethnic wear. Here you will get a Salwar Suit Dress material which would be semi Stitched so that you can sew it according to your measurements and size.

Dark Red Zari Woven Banarsi Brocade Saree

This article is incomplete without including the Banarsi Saree. Banarsi sarees are made in Varanasi (Banaras) from where the name came ‘Banarsi Saree.’ Banasri sarees are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and unique embroidery. There is no doubt that Banarsi Sarees are among the finest sarees in India.

This is a Banarsi Brocade Saree, made with finest silk fabric and unique embroidery. This Traditional Banarsi Saree is so heavy and beautiful, and used zari woven in the making.

Designer Mill Printed & Trim Work Layered Long Kurta

This is a modern-style Ethnic Long Kurta. Made by cotton this kurta is mill printed by a geometric pattern. This kurta has puff sleeves and trim work on it. You can wear it both casually or occasionally; it would look good.

Multi Fabric Designer Saree

Made from fine multi-fabric, this saree is supple and soft. A stylish look with great work has given to this saree; it would definitely give a traditional ethnic look. Designer Blouse of the saree is worth looking, the saree is purely elegantly crafted and would surely add to your wardrobe.

Traditional Silk Lehenga

Lehenga or Gagra Choli is traditional wear; there are various types of embroidery works done on the lehenga. This is a stylish lehenga choli and dupatta. Made with high-grade fabrics and beautiful embroidery work, the Lehenga is semi-stitched, but the blouse is unstitched and can be stitched up to the 42-inch bus and 15-inch height.

Conclusion

You have seen here some of the best traditional dresses available online. We did a little research on the product before adding it to this article; we always do so that you can have only best. The review was based on the look, material, customer’s review, and price.

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