In India, there are exclusive fashion stores, that sells a variety of designer clothing, especially for the women folk that wish to dress up in a purely traditional manner during festivals, parties and religious ceremonies. It is the saree that takes the center-stage, as one can choose from a myriad of styles and designs, that can easily catch the attention of all fashion lovers, friends and family alike. Festivals like Diwali, Durga Puja and Navratri are the time of the year, when Hindus throughout India, shop for brand new clothing from designer shops and online fashion wear stores. Kalki Fashion in Mumbai, is one such exclusive apparel store, that sells an array of designer clothing in the segment of festive wear and bridal wear, that looks bright, colorful, elegant and unique from a buyers perspective. The impressive craftsmanship, which consists of ornate embroidery work and embellishment pattern on fabric, looks really classy, chic and gorgeous. The festive sarees in silk, and the embroidered lehenga cholis as well as salwar kameez, looks absolutely brilliant in creation. Not only Indian saris, it is Indian Anarkali suits and embroidered kurtis, that looks perfect for a festival like Diwali or Holi.
Indian Sarees and Bengal
In the state of West Bengal, it is the Durga Puja which is the most important festival for all Hindu Bengalis, residing in India and Bangladesh. During the five long days of celebration, Bengal is fully decked up in festive colors and flavors. Young girls as well as women are in traditional hand woven sarees, especially Tant, which is a specialty from rural Bengal, produced in the local looms at houses of artisans. It is a pure cotton sari that is loved by Bengalis, apart from the famed Banarasi saree, which is meant for weddings. The Bengali girl or woman has a special love for this traditional clothing, that forms the core attire of any festival or party. Similarly, in south India, especially in Tamil Nadu, it is the Kanjivaram silk saree which is adorned during festivals such as Pongal and Diwali, that makes the ambiance even more colorful and bright. Very few few girls in southern India wear salwar kameez, and in occasions like Tamil New Year, it is the humble Indian saree that takes the centerstage. So, festival or weddings, it is ethnic Indian wear like kurtis and Anarkalis that are to be seen everywhere, apart from the good old Indian silk saree.