5 Indian Dresses a Woman Should Have in Their Closet

Hand Block Floral Print Kaftan With Dori

Do you have a deep connection with Indian traditional clothes? Besides the women with Indian nationality, the traditional clothes of this sub-continent have inspired many stylish women and fashion houses across the globe. Now, breathing in the 21st century, it’s more than difficult to segregate ethnicity considering the fashion any woman chooses to wear. Whether you are from India or anywhere around the world loving Indian dresses then this article is for you. Here, we are about to enlighten you with some must-have Indian dresses in a woman’s closet whether it’s a kaftan kurti with palazzo or a pure cotton kalamkari dress to enjoy the sheer comfort and elegance the clothes create on wearing them.

Let’s take a quick dig into some of the finest Indian dresses a woman should have in their closet—

Saree or saree dresses

India is famous for the 12-yard drapes called sarees. The country witnesses unity in diversity which is reflected in the presence of numerous cultures, ethnicities and food. Besides exploring the diverse food and culture, you must also enhance your know-how on the different variety of sarees the country manufactures from North to South and from East to West.

Often managing the sarees becomes difficult for many women who buy saree dresses. It creates the perfect look of draping a saree. Adding an ethnic dupatta on the other side of the pallu will showcase uniqueness in your fashion statement. While attending an Indian wedding, religious function or even at the workplace- for a change you can pick a saree or a saree dress.

 Maxi Dresses

Besides upgrading your collections of Western maxi dresses, pick a trendy cotton anarkali dress that will give the exact look of an ankle-length long dress. Wear a legging or a churidar as a bottom and take an ethnic dupatta if you wear it as a kurti. However, if you choose to wear the Anarkali dress as a maxi dress then you can eliminate the stubbornness of wearing a bottom or taking a dupatta.

Angrakha Dresses

Anarkali exclusively belongs to the casual or festive category of Indian dressing. Along with your Anarkali dresses buy a few Angrakha kurtis that you can mix and match with the maxi dresses. Flaunt these incredibly beautiful dresses with your ethnic jewellery and heels.

Block print kurtis

To beat the summer heat, wear the block-printed kurtis especially the sanganeri print, Kalamkari, Madhubani, Ajrakh and Indigo are the most significant ones that you can’t miss. The Bengal-printed salwar kameez and blocks of khadi material can also promise you a more soothing feeling, particularly if you have to go out every day for work, college or regular errands.

Cotton Bottoms

Buy traditional cotton skirts, cotton trousers, linen pants, and cotton palazzos despite your collections of silk and tussar bottoms. Wearing these bottoms along with 100% pure cotton tops and kurtis will not only make you feel refreshed but can also make you feel great when you are in any place experiencing a tropical climate.

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