Indian Dresses / 19th December 2016

Designer Indian Dresses

Top 4 Trends of 2016 in Indian Dresses

We are almost on the edge of completion of 2016 and this year proved to be a milestone in the golden book of fashion. The change was seen not only in the international fashion trends but also in the ethnic wears. The lines between traditional and contemporary were seen getting blurred, all thanks to the wonderful creations by Nita Lulla, Manish Malhotra and RohitBal! The Designer Indian Dresses featured in Lakme Fashion Week and Amazon India Fashion Week was truly a sight to behold. The Indian suits are now more than boring chooridarsand salwarkameez; they are fun filled, trendy and reflect the modern Indian women.


The latest trend in ethnic wear is so outstanding that they are simply perfect to don on your BFF’s wedding or on the big day when you are meeting your in-laws for the very first time. We can’t stop gushing over high slit kameez paired with chooridarsand that too in pastel hues. Let’s take a peek at what else is there in store for us:

  •  The Side Slit: Just like you, we also desired to rock the very famous thigh-high slit attire. And this season, designer Anita Dongre listened to our pleas (I guess!) and we saw a beautiful wine color creation of hers with a high slit in the top. You can easily pair it with a silk pant and get the effortless, classy look.
  •  The Front Slit: Just like the side slit, here also there is a slit in the top but in the front.  Team it up with palazzo and silk pants. Be a bit brave and take the slit up to the ribs. This will add glamour to your overall personality.
  •  Dresses with Floor Touching Hemline and Jacket: These dresses are more royal and elegant versions of Anarkali suits. With hemline touching the floor and pretty, subtle embroidery, these dresses make the wearer not less than a royal princess.
  • Suits with Asymmetrical Hemline: One of the most flattering and popularprofiles in vogue these days are suits with asymmetrical hemline. Usually, the top or kurta is shorter in front and long, flowy at the back. These kinds of kurtas go perfectly with chooridaror Alaadin styled pants.

There are many stores which offer such designer Indian dressesin variety of shades and fabrics. But sometimes, you got stuck on a particular piece that you have seen in a magazine or during a fashion show. In such scenario, checking designer websites online is your best bet as they showcase and sell the designer pieces at affordable rates. Reeshm is one such site where you can get the best Indian ethnic attire and wedding dresses at the best rates.

Till then, happy shopping!




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