Tuesday, April 21, 2009

The traditional wear

Indians are famous for the bright colors(orange , red , yellow) and sarees. Sarees are the traditional Indian dress and they make women look very graceful. One more traditional dress is the “gagara”

Here are few traditional wears displayed at the lakme India fashion week !















These are some bright colored western wears !!












I loved this collection .. its just red, yellow and orange with golden work on it ! i loved every piece! what about you?



15 comments:

Pop Champagne said...

Great post! I LOVE looking at Indian dresses because they are always so colorful and vibrant. And also gold is my favourite color hahaha

kalztheplayboy said...

hey awesome collection..wher did u get all dese,anyhow superb.but if u wear all these i'd be more gud-looking(sarcasm..he he)

MJSSJM said...

oh my goodness - the first and second looks are divine!

K @ Blog Goggles said...

These are gorgeous. I love the bright orange sari - though it shows way more skin than I ever could!

I think I'll stick to my FabIndia tunics :)

emma said...

they are all such gorgeous colors

DEXTER said...

i really don understand how u girls look great with bright colors!!.. the green one(3rd)s really cute!!

Couture Carrie said...

These are so gorgeous! I love that orange dress!

xoxox,
CC

Ruth =] said...

I love indian fashion, the textiles are always so beautiful!

xxx

down and out chic said...

all of this is eye candy...love the bright, saturated colors.

chicforcheap said...

I love the colors.

Nicole Marie said...

those are gorgeous

Eeli said...

Wow I really enjoy your posts hun. The dresses are so so so pretty. I'm actually on the look out for a traditional 'slave ring' that traditional Indian dancers wear (I think) hehehe

Kimberlee said...

FABULOUS colour! x

Anonymous said...

i just love all the red colour sarees and dress

umama said...

These are gorgeous! I esp. love the first dress under the title for western wear. Any idea where from. I have a bunch of friends from kerala and goa, but I've never seen them with such modern pieces. Absolutely gorgeous!

 
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