BUZZ Magazine rarely ever writes about fashion. We write about food, we write about books, tv shows, and authors etc. But because winter is fast approaching bringing with it a plethora of occasions that you might have to be part of (not necessarily weddings though), we thought about sharing our two paisa about Indian/Ethnic wear with you.
We understand that you might be okay with just skimming through your closet for your dresses, or that you might actually love browsing through the clothes available online before you take your pick. Either way – we thought we would like to share with you some of the best lehenga cholis and kurti designs that we particularly liked.
Like this 7 Colors Life Style Pink & Yellow Net & Jacquard Semi-Stitched Lehenga Choli Material with Dupatta. Isn’t it just so elegant? It’s perfect if the function is for day or evening. You’re bound to look beautiful in this outfit.
But if this isn’t quite what you had in mind, you can always go for the Studio Rasa Pink Bhagalpuri Art Silk Semi-Stitched Lehenga Choli with Dupatta. Especially if you happen to like the combination of pink, peach and gold! It’s a beautiful lehenga choli in our opinion.
While a lot of people would frown upon the choice of wearing white to wedding, there is one lehenga choli we liked a lot! So, if it is some other occasion that demands you to put your best ethnic wear, may we suggest Vogue Era White Satin & Net Semi-Stitched Lehenga Choli Material with Dupatta?
But if you’re more into colours but do not want to wear the brightest of shades, we think we found you a match too! It’s called Maaike Green & Red Net & Brocade Semi-Stitched Lehenga Choli. We especially liked this one because of very tasteful green.
On the other hand, if you do not even like the concept of lehenga cholis, may we interest you the kurti designs that is both elegant, chic and amazingly pocket friendly too?
Like this AKS Women Beige & Red Printed A-Line Kurta. Isn’t it beautiful and yet so simple? It’s perfect again for both the parties you might have to attend during the daytime or in the evening.
Or maybe, this particular kurti design which is called Anouk Women Magenta Yoke Design Straight Kurta.
We will admit that this doesn’t seem to stand out that well. But, maybe when you’re the one who keeps it simple in an overdressed party, all heads will turn towards you!
Another choice which we really liked was the Vishudh Women Black & Red Anarkali Kurta with Jacket. Because come on! You can never go wrong with black and red.
And finally, we also thought this might look really good too for an Indian occasion: AKS Red Printed Anarkali Kurta. It’s cute and colourful. That’s a win-win, isn’t it?
Do let us know if any of the lehenga cholis or kurtis that we picked out caught your fancy too! After all, one can never have too many books or clothes.
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