Trends in fashion change over time, and that being constantly said, we are here to showcase a few trends this year that are going to bring in the sparkle like never before.
It is that time of the year, when we wait to renew our bonds of trust and loyalty with our brothers.
A time when we bid adieu to the cold winter days and bring in the vibrancy of spring, Baisakhi the harvest festival is a moment when we all get together.
While we have seen most women dress up in luxe and chic salwars for Lohri, the new-age Indian woman wants to dress different this time.
Wish we had the grandeur and the era of the Mughals back in our world. Fashion back then was a luxurious touch, with elegant work and intricate embroidery.
It is time once again to spruce up in the chicest of ethnic wear and classic Indo-western wear while you dance away the night with family and friends at the Navratri gatherings.
The festival of Rakhi (also known as Raksha Bandhan) is just a few days away! 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.
The festivities of Teej are in full-swing. Mehndi clad hands and feet, beautiful Indian hairstyle decorated with monsoon flowers.
A mehandi ceremony is a great time to experiment. Traditional but fun, you can work wonders with your outfit. Step away from the plain old and boring designs, quirk it up with designer anarkalis, gowns, and lehengas.
The trend of wearing Arabic mehndi these days is in vogue so why should you stay far behind in trying it out. That’s why Zuri has compiled some 20 really cute Arabic mehndi designs for you to check out. This summer, paint your palms and the back of them with henna.