Different Types of Ethnic Wear for Women: Check Some Ideas

One of the first things we notice in a woman what type of cloth in regards to colours anda pattern she has worn. In India, women’s type of clothing has the great diversity in materials, designs, colours and embroideries that make every piece of clothing unique.

Let’s have a look what types of ethnic wear have dressed up by the women of this country:

  • Saree

The Saree is a long unstitched fabric, sometimes having patterned, which drapes around a woman’s body combined with a blouse and a petticoat. This clothing has been considered asthe best ethnic wear of women as it can drape as per the area of the country.IMG_20170303_165543

  • LehengaCholi

Lehengacholi is the traditional Indian attire having a long embroidered and pleated lehenga with a midriff-bearing blouse known as a choli. This ethnic wear is put on by adding a dupatta depending on the religious of that state.IMG_20170307_201100

  • SalwarKameez

It is one of the comfortable dresses worn in the different part of India consisting of a short or long Kameez, a Salwar and a dupattaused to cover the head orsimply drawn at the shoulder. This ethnic wear is been designed by using embellished fabrics, vibrant laces, hand or machine embroideries mostly depicting the traditional patterns and much more.IMG_20170308_112947

How to get these different types of ethnic wears?

If you are residing outside the India especially in UK’s and you are passionate to dress up in some ethnic wear. Don’t let you away to grab any ethnic Indian wear. For that, there is an online store known as ‘Shopkund’ available to serve your country. This online showroom has captured the unlimited collection of ethnic wear ranging from embroidered ones for any festival, embellished ones for any marriage ceremony and religious ones for any culture.

To grab any ethnic wear within few days, just log in the official web portal of this online shop i.e.

shopkund.co.uk.

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