by Vaishali Sudan Sharma
Check out 22 gorgeous Indian outfit ideas and flaunt one on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan
The festival of Rakhi (also known as Raksha Bandhan) is just a few days away! It is celebrated not just in India but in different parts of the world too. This ancient Hindu festival celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters. Therefore, this day is packed with a lot of fun and excitement. So, all you sisters out there, this Raksha Bandhan, look stunning! Take a look at 22 Indian outfits brought to you by Zuri. They are gorgeous, versatile, designer sarees, Anarkali, and Pakistani suits. If you are a new bride, then you can also opt to fit into your bridal lehenga.
If you are looking for a salwar-kameez, Anarkali or Pakistani suit, then this season has a huge variety to choose from. For instance, go for a dark color that represents monsoon, such as navy blue georgette dupatta, which comes with a matching chiffon dupatta. Pair it with a matching shantoon bottom.
Then, there is a straight fit suit in gold chantilly lace. It is matched with beige silk lining and beige silk pants. If you are tall, it is recommended that you go for a deep cut blush zardozi work kurta, embellished with crystals. The back of the kurta sports a deep U-cut with loops of thread tied in a bun. This kurta comes with a pair of purple Banarasi salwar detailed in gold color and a blush tulle dupatta in gold color and a blush tulle dupatta with danglers at the corners. This one outfit is simply mind-blowing!
If you aren’t in the mood for something very traditional, then try an Indo-western outfit. How about a maxi dress with Banaras bodice and pure georgette skirting? Or follow the trend by styling yourself in a pink floral crop top and skirt and a nude soft net dupatta. To accentuate your figure, wear a belt around the waist.
As for me, I am going to drape myself in an ethnic gold stylish saree. I find it way too elegant and ceremonious.
So, ladies, on the morning of Raksha Bandhan, dress-up nicely, light-up the lamp (diya), decorate the thaali and tie the thread of bond (Rakhi) on your loving brother’s wrist.
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