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Indian Wear For Women: Look Stunning Everyday

Why just dress up, when you can look stunning everyday? Fashion matters everywhere and everyone wants to look stylish and impressive.

India has long had the tradition of maintaining a parallel wardrobe of its classics because they are undoubtedly more colorful, in sync with the climatic and cultural conditions of the traditional Indian society, and definitely more flattering to the Indian figures as compared to western outfits.

Dressing elegantly to match up with the occasion is a trend that will always be ahead in the race, yet choosing the right outfit every morning while rushing to work can be a tedious task. Indian fashion celebrates everything ethnic and is destined to capture the essence of India.

If you are looking for ethnic formal, casual and occasion wear to make you look modish and elegant, you should take a peek on the wide range of collection which have been infused with vibrant colours, patterns, designs and a lot of livelihood, along with a fresh approach. Indian fashion designers cater to the diverse preferences of working women and homemakers too.

With summer around the corner, there is a need for relaxed and soothing dresses which are easy to wear yet are at par with fashion. Opting for light-colored clothes such as whites, beige, pastel, or bright colors can be a wise choice.

Anarkali set Rohit Bal BIBAIndia wear for women by BIBA has a seamless range of ethnic wear in colors that match well with the climate. Our kurtas are plain and printed, long and short, fitted and loose and they are bound to make a lasting impression. Slightly formal section includes embroidered kurtas which look casual and classy both.

Simple straight cut kurtas well matched with palazzos and cigarette pants for all of you, who find salwars, boring.  If your workplace doesn’t have a dress code, then you could probably explore some trendy options of  kurtas with jeans. Alternatively, there are a lot of trendy office wears for those fashion freaks restricted to dress code.

Office wear for women takes on a new importance, as working women in India advance at their careers. Clothes sure speak a language and tell you a lot about a person and the way you dress is important.

The modern perception is,”If you cannot dress smart, how you can work smart?”  A clumsy dresser can certainly lose on the opportunities of standing out on the professional front. India fashion designers promise a professional edge for working women.

And who wouldn’t agree that confidence oozes with the right match of clothes. Indian designers attempt to promote the rich cultural heritage of Indian hand-woven textiles by offering high quality fabrics with contemporary designs.

Women are work of art and love to represent creativity in almost everything we pick to do. Dressing is certainly one such thing where we put in all our heart and soul. And being appreciated and complimented is the reward of it.

India wear for women offers endless varieties of floral and spirited summer collections which you can flaunt in office, a social gathering or a fun party. If you have beautiful legs and an alluring back, it is the right time to flash them with our beautiful tunics and tops. Wear it with colorful leggings and you will undoubtedly make the heads turn.

woman in sareeSarees are evergreen! You can add glam to your wardrobe with rich collection of Designer Sarees that can be boasted to work. Some days are special and yet you don’t want to seem over the top, that’s when sarees come as a savior.

If you’re lean, you could opt for silk and cotton fabrics. They are great for you because they add more volume to your body.

But if you wish to look slim, you can opt for our lightweight fabrics from the range of Indian wear for women that have chiffon, crepe and georgette sarees. We also brag exquisite salwar suits, so don’t lose heart if you’re not a saree lover.

Choose from a treasure trove of elegant Anarkali Suits, trendy Palazzo Suits and stylish Straight Suits, since we believe in fashion inspired by ethnic style.

Ethnic wear is incomplete without stylish accessories, so team them up with fashionable ethnic jewellery from a collection of traditional and contemporary earrings, necklaces and more.

With the offers beyond limits, we are sure you will find the one that truly suits your tastes and likes. So ladies, if you ever had the secret urge to show your Diva look to work or office party, you ought to shop from our wide collection of high quality fabrics from BIBA.

 

Top 10 Famous Indian Women Fashion Designers Who Have Made A Mark

Fashion in India has come a long way in the last two decades, and the contribution of a number of women fashion designers has been phenomenal.

Whether it is the traditional saree or salwar kameez, or the little black dress, these women have creatively changed the face of Indian fashion. Here’s a look at ten such immensely talented fashion designers.

  • Ritu Kumar

The pioneer of fashion, and among the earliest and best known women fashion designers, she is a diva in her own right. Her designs blend in culture with modernity and cater to today’s independent Indian women.

She has designed outfits for three Miss India winners who then went on to win international pageants. Her brand ‘Label’ was launched in 2002 and has been reflective of today’s strong and confident Indian women.

  • Ritu Beri, Indian Fashion DesignerRitu Beri

She is best known for being the first Indian fashion designer to have presented a line at Paris. Her first collection ‘Lavanya’ which she presented as a student was the start of a long and illustrious career.

Her clientele includes the former US President Bill Clinton, the Swarovski family, and a long list of Hollywood and Bollywood celebrities.

  • Neeta Lulla

This designer and stylist is the winner of three National Awards for Best Costume Design, and her designs have achieved international acclaim.

She has done several shows in the U.S., Canada, Rome and Monte Carlo, and is an expert in bridal trousseau design. She has more than 350 movies to her credit in the field of costume design.

  • Rina Dhaka

Best known for her themed collections, she has always been known as one to take risks. Her forte has been Western wear, and her creations can be worn as separates.

She has been featured in Vogue and Elle and her clientele includes Naomi Campbell, Uma Thurman and Lara Dutta.

  • Ranna Gill

She started her label “Ranna Gill” in 1996, and hasn’t looked back ever since. Her outfits are a beautiful mix of the traditional and the contemporary.

Today she owns boutiques in New Delhi and Mumbai, and also retails her clothes in the U.S., Singapore, Hong Kong, Germany and many other cities.

  • Anita Dongre

She has been at the fore of Indian fashion for two decades, and her fabulous creations have been showcased at international ramps and several red carpet events. She has six unique brands to her credit today, each representing a different facet of fashion.

Her creations under the labels Anita Dongre Timeless, Anita Dongre, IInter-pret, Grassroot, Global Desi and AND are well known for the innovation and spirit that she stands for.

  • Gauri and Nainika

This designer duo from New Delhi has dressed the who’s who of Bollywood, and their red-carpet creations are some of the best that you can find.

Their designs cater to the modern Indian woman who likes to dress “with a sense of occasion”, the chic, independent and strong woman.

  • Monisha Jaising

Simplicity is her middle name, but there is no lack of elegance. Monisha Jaising is an extremely innovative designer who uses stones and pearls to make her designs regal and exquisite.

Deepika Padukone and Bipasha Basu have showcased her creations at various shows, and her innovative designs seem to bring out the best in every woman who wears them.

  • Puja Nayyar

She is known for her flawless designs, and she was one of the five Asian designers who were invited to the “Mercedes Benz Asia Fashion Week”. She brings out her creations under the label ‘Puja Nayyar’ in several fashion stores in the country.

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