Every woman likes to dress up for their husband on the occasions like teej or karvachauth. How about styling yourself for your brother? Become a sister your brother could be proud of in the context of looking your best in festive salwar suits, this raksha bandhan? We bring you 7 styles of festival salwar suits that you can get stitched for yourself.
Here Are Some Amazing Designer Salwar Suit Patterns You could Wear
Let’s go from semi-casual festive wear to proper festive wear designer salwar suit patterns, as some like to dress simple while some like to shine their way all out the day.
1. Black Kurti with Abstract Prints & Nude Palazzo
If you are not into heavily embroidered or bling wear, this styling of festival salwar suit will surely keep your spirits high on raksha bandhan. A long black tunic with abstract prints worn with nude coloured palazzo (Yes, palazzos are in trend) will look absolutely chic and stylish. You can don black belly shoes with your dress, while flaunting your wrist watch and golden danglers!
Check out some of the best black Kurti and other Salwar suit patterns before you go forward.
2. Classy Semi-Casual Anarkali
One of most comfortable to wear designer Salwar Kameez is the anarkali. Anarkali lovers will love this outfit! Embroidered work on yoke as well as on hemlines makes this piece apt to wear on festive occasion. We really love the flares of anarkali suits. The touch of orange on the borders of the dress and dupatta surely adds the required elegance needed for the Rakhi day! Pair it up with nude pumps and orange danglers as well as metallic bangles.
3. Flaunt Gorgeous Flares
This latest ankle length anarkali in hot pink colour stands out, be it on any festive occasion. Flares made of net fabrics, broad gotta patti, ethnic motif prints in gold, floral embroidery, etc, really enhances the look and feel of the outfit. You can choose to accessorize the dress with rings, earrings, metallic golden pumps, and bracelet worn on one hand. You are set to rock the Rakhi festival with your lovable brothers.
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4. Playful Parrot Green Dress
We loved the combination of parrot green and white with golden embroidery or zardosi work on the yoke, and green embroidery on the sleeves. Fluid silhouettes especially hemlines will keep you happy and feminine all day long on the Rakhi festival. Danglers and statement rings always work best with this festival salwar suit.
5. Princess’ Festive Closet
Colours like golden and pink are the perfect mates! Palazzos are also in trend. How about wearing something trendy this Rakhi festival? This pink coloured palazzo with golden hemlines and golden long textured kurta will make you look stunning. This kind of semi casual cum festive outfit is the one to go for! Don’t forget to wear the statement rings.
6. Sherwani Style Suit
The Pink suit, with white embroidery and silver gotta work across the neckline and button line, is one notch higher in terms of festive look and design. You can accessorize yourself with silver bangles and danglers.
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7. Splash The Glamour with This Suit
If you are really fond of dressing up , then impress your brother with this indigo kurta full of zardosi work on it. It could be paired with golden satin pant, which is also embroidered at the bottom.
Besides money or gifts, get yourself ready for lovely compliments from your brothers this raksha bandhan! Happy?
Rakhi festival salwar suits encapsulate the essence of tradition and contemporary style, offering a perfect harmony between cultural heritage and modern fashion. These ensembles are not just clothing; they are a celebration of the cherished bond between siblings, a reflection of love and togetherness that the festival of Raksha Bandhan embodies.
The versatility of Rakhi festival salwar suits allows individuals to express their unique personalities and preferences, whether through classic elegance, fusion experimentation, or glamorous adaptations. As we explore the myriad ways to style these outfits, we recognize their ability to weave a story of cultural richness, familial ties, and individual flair.
As you prepare to celebrate Raksha Bandhan, consider the significance of the Rakhi festival salwar suit – a manifestation of the past and present, a testament to the enduring spirit of kinship, and a canvas for self-expression that paints a vibrant picture of the festival’s essence.