Freshen Up Your Summer Wardrobe With Chiffon Sarees

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Chiffon, a light, airy and translucent fabric, is the ideal choice for sweltering summers. This fabric is made of tightly twisted yarns comprising of very fine threads. A chiffon saree is one of the most popular products made out of this fabric. The elegance in the drape of a well-made chiffon saree is unparalleled. Having gained a lot of popularity in recent years, the fabric itself has become synonymous with summer wear.

Conventional Indian attires especially sarees in cotton and silk are gradually being replaced by chiffon, not only because of a seasonal preference for this light material but also because of the grace it lends to the wearer. The material falls snugly around the curves of the women.

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Wearing a chiffon saree is also considerably easier than managing cotton, silk and other traditional fabrics. The pleats are easy to gather and do not need to be pressed down for them to sit perfectly. Gathering and tucking the pleats is easy as it does not involve tussling with the fabric. Moreover, the drape over the shoulder, known as the pallu, looks as stylish when it is pinned up as it does when left to fall over the shoulder.

There are several chiffon saree collections that one can explore. Not only are there sarees that one can use for daily wear, but also ones that are formal and can be used as sophisticated office attire. For all these intents and purposes one can easily find printed chiffon sarees in bandhani, leheriya or tie and dye prints as well as other artistic designs.

However, one can explore the simple yet beautiful look with a plain chiffon saree as well. A lot of brands and banners have also become invested in coming with chic, traditional Indian evening wear in chiffon. Designer chiffon sarees are quite popular these days. Both on and off the runway, stylists agree that one of the most malleable and flowing fabrics is chiffon. When that is stylized into a saree with beautiful motifs and other embellishments, especially in gold, the overall look is simply stunning.

For all the popularity of fabric and versatility in styling that the chiffon saree offers, they are in fact sold at very reasonable prices. Faux chiffon sarees are also a viable option for those who want a slightly sturdier fabric to wear which has the same sort of soft grace as real chiffon.

The price of a chiffon saree varies based on the kind and amount of work done on the saree. For instance, a plain chiffon saree with gota-patti work on the border will naturally be more affordable than one with embroidery all over the pallu along with the pleats.

Styling your chiffon sarees

Pair plain chiffon sarees with a designer blouse and you have one of the most popular looks trending in Bollywood. One can go for the classy yet simple look by pairing popular evening wear colors like a blue chiffon saree or yellow chiffon saree with a silver-white shimmer or sequined blouse.

Pale gold and silver blouses that have a metallic shimmer are ideal and truthfully, classic choices, especially for plain sarees. The fabric itself is so light, that adding a soft shimmer and glow to it in the form of warm metallic blouses adds to the overall appeal of the attire. Of course, these choices are ideal as evening wear and less suited for other, more formal occasions.

One can also tweak the look by exploring chiffon saree blouse designs in all their variety. Right from close-neck blouses to full-sleeved velvet, sleeveless, 3/4th sleeves, halter-neck and net brasso ones, blouse designs for chiffon sarees are innumerable.

Whether wearing a plain chiffon saree or a heavily designed one, bracelets, bangles or other forms of accessories for the hand are not just ideal but essential. Because chiffon in itself is such a muted fabric, sporting accessories on the hand does not look overdone. In fact hand accessories complete the look. They are preferable to other forms of jewelry though stand-alone dangling earrings can also work quite well.

One can also tweak the look by exploring chiffon saree blouse designs in all their variety. Right from close-neck blouses to full-sleeved velvet, sleeveless, 3/4th sleeves, halter-neck and net brasso ones, blouse designs for chiffon sarees are innumerable.

A sequined clutch or stone work clutches are the perfect accessory for the delicate look that one opts for with a chiffon saree. Although this type is ideal for evening wear, one can substitute this for a stylish sling bag when going for a more formal look.

 

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6 Simple Style Tricks To Wear Dhoti Pants According To Your Body Structure

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When Kareena Kapoor experienced the exciting journey from Ratlam to Punjab in her patiala salwar and long white T-shirt in the movie Jab We Met, it set a precedent for the next big fashion trend; the pyjama chic trend! Taking inspiration from it, the fashion industry wasted no time in creating ripples with dhoti pants as the new style statement for women. Dhoti, traditionally a garment meant to be worn as bottom wear for Indian men, has now evolved with a modern twist to become widely popular option in the women’s section.

Dhoti pants are comfortable as a bottom wear especially during summers. Unlike denim, which is heavy, dhoti pants are light enough to let the skin breathe and combat the heat. Amazingly, these dhoti pants have breached international borders and landed on the fashion ramps abroad. The success of dhoti pants lies in the fact that, they can work with every body type.

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A few tricks and tips can do unthinkable wonders.

#1. FOR HOURGLASS-SHAPED BODY

Ladies! What else can you ask for? With that perfect figure, you just need to close your eyes and pick what you desire. Team up your dhoti pants with a tunic, or even a plain tee will work for you. Add a few accessories like jhumkas or neckpiece, complete your look with mojaris and you are ready to cast the majestic spell.

#2. FOR PEAR-SHAPED BODY

Women with pear shape bodies usually have heavier bottoms. While you have to wear tights with long tops or kurtas, loose trousers mostly do not work for you. Well, dhoti pants will come to your rescue. A shirt with your dhoti pants will give you a chic formal look. You can even try tucking in your shirt or top to create the illusion of longer legs. Jazz this look with statement jewellery, preferably a neckpiece. Make others go head-over-heels by adding sexy peep-toe shoes to your attire.

#3. FOR APPLE-SHAPED BODY

An apple is completely opposite of the above body type. Generally, apple shaped women have a heavier middle and upper body, but a narrower bottom. Selecting an outfit becomes quite a chore, as you need to create the perfect balance between your upper and lower body. Certainly, a boon for you, dhoti pants will add volume to all the right places. All you have to do is pair it with a dark coloured top. Enhance your look with some fun chunky bangles and a cute little sling bag.

#4. FOR BANANA-SHAPED BODY

Although women with this body shape can carry off any outfit with ease, some may find it difficult to manage things with dhoti pants. But, fret not, here is a secret just for you- wear your dhoti pants with a voluminous or loose-fit blouse or top. Make this outfit standout by adding a chic and stylish statement belt. Complete your diva look by adding matching wedges and a tote.

#5. FOR STRAIGHT-SHAPED BODY

With this type of body, the upper and lower torso is equal in its width and the bust area is average in size. A flat buttock and an unclear waist along with the lean legs is what the body type is. For such a kind of body type, layering with dhoti pants along with loose-fitted top is the best option. This gives you a voluminous and fuller look.

#6. FOR RECTANGLE-SHAPED BODY

As this body type has straight hips and the bottom area, wearing the dhoti style pants with tops which are not very boxy is the right way. Choose prints with straight lines to create an illusion of slender waist by wearing the top which structures your waist properly. Also, keep a note to avoid the square-shaped shoes.

So, with exciting designs, patterns and colours, dhoti pants are the best option to make your summer wardrobe more vibrant. Beat the heat with these amazingly comfortable pants, and go out making your own style statement.

 

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12 Most Beautiful Traditional Indian Sarees That Every Bride Must Have In Her Trousseau

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Times have changed, and the women of India are changing too. Their needs, habits and lifestyle have changed. Fashion and its definitions have changed. Yet, when we look through the pages of history, we find that Indian women have always been fans of the great Indian sarees. Nothing has changed their love for the Indian drape.

The colours, materials and designs have always captured their imagination, and every Indian woman yearns to make all of them a part of her wardrobe. Let us take you through this fascinating journey of exploring the various sarees available in different parts of India. Wear them and look like a stunner every time.

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Various Traditional Indian Sarees:

#1. BANARASI SAREE

Originating from Varanasi, it is undoubtedly one of the most exquisite and rich sarees that are woven in India. Elaborately ornate with heavy brocade work and intricate zari work is woven onto heavy gauge silk, the Banarasi saree is a popular choice for bridal trousseaus. This was introduced in India by the Mughals, and hence, Mughal motifs and designs are quite common on them. Delicately woven floral patterns, architectural designs, along with figures of animals in gold, silver or multicolour thread are some of the features of this saree.

#2. CHANDERI SAREE

Chanderi is a small town situated in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh. The Chanderi sarees are a blend of silk and cotton making them relatively lightweight. The Chanderi sarees have a unique translucent structure and are very comfortable during the hot summer months.

#3. BANDHANI SAREE

These tie and dye sarees are peculiar to the Rajasthan-Gujarat area, and are unique in their print and patterns. Bandhani or bandhejsarees come in all possible colours and materials. They look gorgeous on an everyday basis, as well as on special occasions. Sometimes, these are embellished with thread and mirror work, which makes them look extra beautiful. They are especially popular during dandiya nights.

#4. KERALA SAREE/MUNDUM NERIYATHUM

Originating from the southernmost state of Kerala, this simple elegant saree is white/cream in color with golden threads woven into its borders. The mundum neriyathum as it is called, comes as a two-piece set, where the mundum is used on the bottom half of the saree, and the neriyathum is the pallu that is draped around the upper half. The Kasavu saree resembles the mundum neriyathum, but is actually one-piece. Made of cotton, it is very comfortable to wear in the hot and humid state. Lately, colours are woven into the borders, and sometimes, the pallus carry elaborate Kerala mural paintings.

#5. SAMBALPURI SAREE

Originating from Orissa, it is made using warp tie-dyed before the weaving procedure. Heavily designed with traditional motifs like flowers, wheels and shells, the Sambalpuri sarees have intricate ikat weave. It is believed that this art migrated to Western Odisha along with the Bhulia community, who fled Northern India in the year 1192 AD, after the fall of the Chauhan Empire at the hands of the Mughal rulers.

#6. BAFTA SAREE

Originating from Madya Pradesh, this saree is a blend of silk and cotton. It is as comfortable and lightweight as cotton and has the shine of silk. The printing on these sarees are usually block prints in intricate designs.

#7. MURSHIDABAD SAREE

Originating from Murshidabad in West Bengal, this silk saree is made on power loom and has a lot of texture. The baluchari silk sarees of Murshidabad are quite popular, even though their production has shifted to Bishnupur and surrounded places. The lustrous cloth and the delicate Bengali tribal patterns make this saree a unique piece to own.

#8. KOTA DORIA SAREE

Inspired from the weather of Rajasthan, this net saree is very lightweight and perfect for the dry and hot climate there. The original handloom Kota sarees are the pride of a woman and are becoming very rare to find. However, the polyester versions are gaining more popularity in the market as an alternative.

#9. VENKATGIRI SAREE

Coming from the state of Andhra Pradesh, this lightweight and crisp mix of cotton and silk has a shiny finish to it. Woven in a close-knit gauge with light golden zari borders, this perfectly drapes around the body for a light yet sophisticated look. The pallus can consist of simple golden zari designs or heavy ornate zari embroidery depending on the price range. These sarees date back to 1700 AD, and were patronised by Nellore’s Velugoti dynasty.

#10. POCHAMPALLI SAREE

Pochampalli cotton and silk sarees are very famous down South due to their touch and feel. They are similar to the ikat sarees from Orissa, but with a different shiny finish. Their unique border designs make it perfect for daily wear. In fact, the air hostesses of Air India wear special woven Pochampalli sarees.

#11. KANJEEVARAM SAREE

Traditionally woven by the weavers in Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu, these are woven naturally and distinguished by their wide contrast borders. Temple borders, checks, stripes and floral buttas are traditional designs found on Kanchipuram sarees. Their intricate golden designs make them a favourite in bridal wear. Since 2005, Kanjeevaram sarees are protected by Geographical Indication label, protecting their origin.

#12. NARAYANPET SAREE

Naranyanpet sarees are made of fine silk or cotton with zari patterns and contrast borders. These traditional handloom sarees are from the Narayanpet town in Mahbubnagar District, Andhra Pradesh. Originally, they flourished under the Marathi influence and gained the royal patronage of Shivaji. It is considered auspicious to wear a Narayanpet saree.

It is indeed a proud feeling knowing about such beauty and talent in our country. Just like each person is different, these sarees are unique too. So, wear your Indian culture and heritage with pride!

 

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7 Undeniable Reasons To Buy a Poly Georgette Saree

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Are you think of buying a poly georgette saree? Wait until you finish reading this!

When it comes to fabric, there are endless choices available to you.

Fun fact: Most of the fancy fabric names ultimately refer to the same material. The names are just to allure you, and most sell the same stuff at a higher price.

Do you know which is the most popular, afforable, versatile and fancy fabric for Indian wear these days? It’s poly georgette. It is also why you must prefer a poly georgette saree instead of the other popular choices like chiffon, net, silk and cotton.

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Why choose a poly georgette saree?

1. IT’S THE KING OF FABRICS

Why do we call it the king? We have a full-fledged answer for this here.

2. IT DRAPES REALLY WELL

What is a saree that does not drape well? It will be insanely tough to wear a saree that is difficult to drape. You see, the whole reason why a saree looks so graceful and elegant is because of how it is draped. When you talk of fabrics like cotton, you cannot really experiment much for the fabric is often stiff and doesn’t drape that well. Net poses the same issue.What is a saree that does not drape well? It will be insanely tough to wear a saree that is difficult to drape. You see, the whole reason why a saree looks so graceful and elegant is because of how it is draped. When you talk of fabrics like cotton, you cannot really experiment much for the fabric is often stiff and doesn’t drape that well. Net poses the same issue.

Silk and chiffon are still better, but nothing matches the ease of draping as a poly georgette saree does. The light weight fabric molds really well into different saree draping styles. It is especially recommended for women who love to keep their dressing easy. Who wants to spend two hours draping a saree anyway?

3. THE SHEEN IT GIVES IS UNMATCHABLE

We remember telling this to somebody and having her literally laugh at us. But maybe she forgot, we’re into manufacturing the designs, and we know everything about a fabric anyone could possibly know, especially about poly georgette for we use it so often.

Georgette is actually a material that starts from a few hundred rupees and goes upto lakhs. Every poly georgette saree you see may not be the best. You will see huge price difference but not because somebody is just trying to overcharge you. It’s very much possible that they’re using a better type of poly georgette.

So, what happens when you use the better type of Georgette?

    • The texture of the fabric becomes incredibly smooth.
    • The sheen of the fabric can be easily used to predict its cost.
    • The embroidery work stays well on a high-quality georgette.

4. DURABLE AND STRONG

Fun fact: poly georgette fabric was inspired from chiffon. The creators loved chiffon but wanted something stronger and more durable. As a result, they ended up with this beautiful fabric.

Obviously, when you pick a poly georgette saree, you can assume that it will last for a long time. Who doesn’t love preserving their best outfits and wearing them on special occasions? And this fact also makes poly georgette a modern fabric for daily wear. A high-quality georgette can last a lifetime.

The durability ensures that the embroidery and embellishments on the fabric stay for a long time and don’t lose their shape.

5. A TOP CHOICE OF MATERIAL FOR FASHION DESIGNERS

Chiffon and georgette are the top two fabrics loved by Indian fashion designers. Nowadays designers are preferring poly georgette and here’s why.

The georgette fabric is slightly denser than the chiffon which makes it more opaque. The opaqueness of the fabric makes it a perfect choice for the conservative crowd.

6. IT’S PERFECT FOR SPRING

By now, you already know that a poly georgette saree has a clingy and flowing fabric. It gives a perfect spring look to a saree that flows nicely and provides you with an airy and fresh look.

7. IT’S EASY TO MAINTAIN

Georgette must be hand washed and air dried. You can use a very light detergent. It sometimes may sound like a lot, but it’s the essential care for any type of ethnic wear fabric. However, when you compare these instructions with some other material, you will understand that washing a poly georgette saree is much easier to handle and maintain than others.

Those are top seven reasons why you must choose a poly georgette saree.

Seriously, if you have been trying to pick a saree for the first time or if you’re not so sure which fabric is right, you have your answer now. We hope it helped you out. Do let us know if it did.

Are you thinking where to shop for sarees online? Don’t you worry! We have got that covered as well. You can check our online shop to browse through a collection of hundreds of sarees. Shop sarees now!

 

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How To Choose A Perfect Saree For Your Body Type

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Saree is the quintessential Indian traditional wear, which women can carry off with great panache. Every woman can look good in this wonderful garment, provided she chooses the right material and drapes it well. So, here are some tips that will help you zero in on a saree, which will compliment your body type.

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1. PEAR-SHAPED BODY

Women with pear-shaped body have a heavier bottom compared to their upper body. So, they should go for fabrics like chiffon and georgette, as these would balance out their upper and lower part. Always stay away from mermaid cuts that would add unnecessary attention to your lower part. Go for seedha pallu style in draping, as that will make your body look proportionate. Bold and bright colours will suit you the best. You can opt for beautiful borders, small prints and embroidery work.

2. APPLE-SHAPED BODY

If you are heavy around your bust and stomach, then you have an apple-shaped body (just like Kirron Kher). That is why you should opt for sarees with beautiful embroidery work, which will complement your body type. To cover your waist, you must go for a longer blouse that will cover your problem areas. Alternatively, you can also wrap your saree a little higher. Silk is a fabric you should pick out for yourself. But, avoid sarees in net. You should drape your sarees in a very simple way, or preferably opt for ulta-pallu. You can also opt for blouses whose colours contrast with your saree to create a dramatic effect.

3. OVERWEIGHT WOMEN

Cotton and other stiff fabrics are your biggest enemies if you are overweight. They tend to make you look broader and bigger. Opt for chiffon and silk sarees as they will give your body a balanced shape, and will draw attention away from your problem areas. Dark colours look best on you. Handloom sarees will look good on you, too. You need to concentrate on the way you drape your sarees, as that would make a lot of difference to your look. You can go for full sleeves and long blouses, as they would help to hide your flab. Take inspiration from the actress, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan who wore a full sleeve and full-length blouse, at the Cannes Film Festival, 2012.

4. VOLUPTUOUS FIGURE

Georgette, chiffon and net fabrics will suit you best. They will snugly wrap around your body, highlighting your curves. You should opt for dark colours while buying a saree. Your saree should never be very heavy. It can have delicate embroidery and beadwork, but it should never be too stiff. It should have a good fall, which will make you look slimmer. You can also wear a blouse with criss-cross strings holding it together. It will definitely increase your oomph factor.

5. SLIM FIGURE

If you are slim, then you should pick up cotton, silk and organza sarees. They will give you a fuller figure. You can opt for sarees in lighter colours and heavy embroidery. Go for brocade or beadwork. Since you are slim, you can opt for big and bold prints in a variety of colours. Slim women can carry off backless, sleeveless, halter neck and tube blouses really well.

6. TALL AND SLIM WOMEN

Taller women (like Anushka Sharma and Priyanka Chopra) can carry off heavy borders really well. You can also opt for big bold prints in a variety of colours, as it tends to divert the attention from your height.

7. SHORT AND SLIM WOMEN

If you are short (like actress Divya Dutt), you should avoid big prints and heavy borders. Short and slim women should opt for sarees with a thin border, as it will make you look tall. Small to medium-sized prints will look great on you as well.

OTHER THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND

  • Always play close attention to your pleating. Drape the saree properly, otherwise, you will end up looking shabby.
  • Accessorise your saree intelligently. Clutches, shoes and statement necklaces can make or break your look. If your saree is to heavy, opt for pretty danglers.
  • While choosing your blouses, follow this simple rule, wear lighter sarees with your heavy blouses and vice versa.

Keep these tips in mind, the next time you go out to buy a gorgeous saree. So, get ready to dazzle everyone with beauty and style in your stunning sarees!

 

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Top 5 Tips To Look Slim In Anarkali Suits


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Look slim in Anarkali suits? Is that even possible? Aren’t they supposed to be fluffy and make you look chubby? NO.

For the longest time, women have been told that Anarkali suits aren’t meant for fat women. Why so much of baseless information is being circulated around? It’s true that if you want to make yourself look slimmer, you cannot pick just any type of clothing and flaunt it. But chucking out something as awesome as Anarkali suits just like that isn’t fair.

Dear reader, it’s entirely possible to look slim in Anarkali suits and today we’re going to tell you how.

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SCIENCE TO LOOK SLIM IN ANARKALI SUITS

Yes! It’s pure science. If you want to look slim in Anarkali dresses, just keep reading all the points in a very thorough manner. You need concentration because it’s not a post about random fashion tips. It’s about you learning the science behind looking slim and implementing it for yourselves.

1. GRAB SOME HEELS TO LOOK SLIM IN ANARKALI SUITS

We’ll start from bottom to top. The first thing you need is heels. Heels would make you look longer and help you to look a bit slimmer.

We understand that heels are not the most comfortable footwear humans have invented. But no pain no gain!

Understand that there are several types of heels and not all can help you look as fantastic as you deserve to be. If you’re comfortable with pencil heels, go for them. Otherwise, try to pick as thin heels as possible and comfortable for you.

Don’t give into the fashion of chunky or block heels. They won’t help the cause here.

2. WEAR DARK SOLID COLORS

The fact is dark colors make you look slimmer. Did you ever wonder why you look thin in black color? It’s because of the dark color that absorbs the light and hides away your bulges.

Now, the safest way to try and look slim in Anarkali suits is to pick dark solid colors. We mean no prints, combinations of different colors whatsoever.

We understand that heels are not the most comfortable footwear humans have invented. But no pain no gain!

But that doesn’t mean you can’t wear all those ever again. Once you master the basic thing, start experimenting with suits that do have color combinations or even prints, but ensure that the colors are dark.

3. WEAR LONG ANARKALI SUITS

Floor length Anarkali Suits aren’t a great idea. Yes! To look slim in Anarkali Suits, you need to say good bye to floor length suits as well as knee-length Anarkali suits.

Before you question, listen! Floor length suits would steal your height. They’ll make you look shorter and you’ll end up looking plump. With knee-length Anarkali dresses, there’s no big problem. In fact, they are much better than usual short length straight suits women wear. So, if you truly love them, wear them and they won’t make much difference.

But if possible, try to pick Anarkalis that come below your knees and still stay a few inches above your ankles. That’s the perfect length of the Anarkali dresses that will make you look slim.

4. PICK SMALLER MOTIFS

Most of the fancy Anarkali dresses come with heavy embroideries. There are various kinds of motifs that go on them. In summer, printed Anarkali suits are also widely popular. But what you need to keep in mind is to pick smaller motifs.

Understand that we’re not asking you to pick light embroidered clothes. The embroidery can be as heavy as you may want but the motifs should be small. The smaller motifs will give you a sleeker look and isn’t that why you’re reading this post? That’s what you want out of this five minutes you’re investing in reading our blog. Right?

5. PICK LONG SLEEVES

Coming to the top of Anarkali dress, you would do yourself a favor if you prefer long sleeves. They will hide the chubbiness of your arms and make them look thinner.

Some miscallenous tips would be to go light on embroidery on the bust if you have a big bust. It’ll allow you to have a slightly better look. Also, don’t forget to go for a deep back as it will help you in the cause.

That’s it. These are the tips that will help you out. Try them and don’t forget to come back and tell us if they worked for you. We’re waiting!

 

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5 Ultimate Fashion Tricks To Look Slim And Gorgeous In Indian Wear

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We all know about the love and desire that most women have for a slimmer body. And, since not everyone is blessed with a naturally slim figure, many of you make a lot of extra efforts to fulfil this desire of yours. You always eat right and hit the gym regularly so that you can look glamorous in anything you wear. But, what if even all this does not work in your favour?

Well, probably your fitness regime will show the results a little later. But, till then you can try some really smart fashion tricks, at least with your Indian outfits to look slimmer and sexier. Yes! Dressing right with the Indian clothes can actually help you to camouflage the flab and look absolutely fab. So, here are those secret tricks that can help you achieve a slimmer look.

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1. PLAY SMART WITH THE KURTAS

We suggest you to stay away from the body-hugging kurtas as they tend to lay more emphasis on your voluptuous body. Rather, you should opt for slightly loose ones. And, even when you wear loose kurtas, keep in mind that material should not be too clingy. One of the safest options among the fabrics is cotton.

If your hips and thighs are also slightly heavy, then make sure that your kurta is long enough to hide that area of your body as well. And, as you go with our suggestion of wearing a loose kurta, just don’t forget that we only said ‘slightly loose’, and not very loose. Just how Farah Khan does it in style and carries them off with poise.

2. HAVE FUN WITH THE SALWARS

When it comes to the bottom-wear, the logic of fitting goes reverse. Here, you should opt for the slim-fit salwars rather than the loose ones. Narrow salwars have the magical power of making your waist look one size smaller than your actual one. Some narrow salwars give the effect of a stylish trouser, which you can even wear with a shirt instead of kurta, just like Kiran Rao, in the below image.

However, you have to be really careful about the material if you opt to wear a churidar. It should not be made of the body-hugging fabric- lycra. Rather opt for the ones that are made of fabric that do no stretch. Cigarette pants are yet another trendy options for you, which are being loved by a lot of women these days. These are nothing but a loose form of trouser made of any lightweight fabric. You can wear it with long kurtas and create a cool style statement.

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3. ADD GLAMOUR WITH THE SAREES

Two things that matter the most so as to look slimmer in the saree are- fabric and drape. You should avoid heavier as well as stiff fabrics, like organza, silk, cotton, etc., as they add more volume to your body. Instead, go for the lightweight fabrics, like chiffon, crepe, georgette, etc., to create an illusion of a slimmer body.

If you have extra flab around your waist and stomach, then do not tuck too many pleats at your navel alone. Adjust and spread them all across your waist so that added volume of the fabric does not appear at just one place.

4. BE CAREFUL WITH THE BLOUSES

Once you know the kind of sarees will suit your body, next thing that should be taken care of is your blouse. In order to cover your heavier bust area, opt for the printed blouses over the embroidered or embellished ones. The lightweight fabric logic applies here as well.

If your arms are flabby, then it is better to avoid sleeveless blouses and opt for at least quarter-sleeved blouse. Look for the same things in the choli if you plan to buy a lehenga. Also, it will be even better if the choli is long enough to cover your waist as well.

5. SOME SMART STYLING TRICKS

Apart from using these tricks for your different Indian attires, here are some additional tips that help you look slim in any Indian outfit. Take a look:

a) Dark colours

Dark-coloured clothes create an illusion of being slim; even if you actually aren’t! This is because they tend to hide the problem areas. On the other hand, flab is highlighted further if you wear white or any other light-coloured clothes. So, it is better to wear dark and solid colours.

b) Apt accessorising

Now that you have learnt more about how to dress and what colours to doll yourself up in, do not forget to wear the right accessories to maintain that slim look. Accessories like bracelet watches and sleek bangles will make your arms look thinner. Additionally, avoid heavy neckpieces and go with the statement earrings instead.

c) Style your hair right

If you want to give a slim-effect to your face as well, then avoid tying your hair and let them loose. Such a hairdo will not only make your face look slimmer, but will also add youthfulness to your overall look.

d) The right footwear

Right footwear is yet another important thing that helps you to achieve a slimmer look. Stilettos are just perfect to make you look uber-chic in a saree, anarkali dress or a lehenga. Another option that you have is a gorgeous pair of pumps. The motive is to add length to your body and make you look more ‘in shape’.

Well, while these smart tricks help you to flaunt a lean and sexy body in all your Indian attires, do not consider them as the excuse to give up your fitness regime. Just follow these cheat codes till the time you actually attain that dream figure.

 

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