More about Lehengas Gowns and Sarees

Lehenga

India is the land of beautiful ethnic attire, colours and special occasions. This land is fa-mously known as Ghagra, Lacha and Chaniya. It is a three-piece Indian attire that comes with a long skirt, blouse or choli and a dupatta or stole.

These are perfect for all occa-sions like weddings, parties and festivals, and help the women to look graceful in the most elegant way. These are found in many different fabrics, work and designs.

Sarees and Lehengas are the two conventional attires for every women. Ghagra Choli/ or Chania choli is also an oldish name for a whole new and beautiful attire known as lehenga choli.

These are counted as the favourite attire for special occasions. The women of all the age can go for it and look amazing. So add the lehenga in your closet if you want to look more fashionable than a saree.

Indian Gown

A ‘Gown’ is a typically free-flowing long women’s attire that dates back to the sixteenth century and may be even earlier if medieval history is to be believed.

The beauty of a gown is worth admiring as it brings about the true beauty of a feminine form and the es-sence of a woman who is searching for an Indo-Western wear.

A classic designer gown is produced by using exceptional quality fabric materials such as silk, cotton and velvet with decorative accessories like ribbons, borders and laces; richly enhanced with pearls, globules, and gems; that is beautifully weaved and sewed that provides a classic look.

Of late, there has been a trend of wearing gowns among the masses as they are sensual in style. The long free-flowing gowns are made up of three basic parts: the bodice, skirt, and sleeves.

Aithihya Timeless Collections offers some unique ethnic wear design that best matches with the fashion clothing requirement of today’s girls.The popularity of the gown in the Indian fashion clothing industry has set a new example for all fashion freaks, especially among women who want to dress up the Indian way in a traditional or contemporary attire.

Today, readymade gowns are preferred by a majority of women in India and we have made that possible through our exclusive collection of wed-ding gowns, bridal gowns, party gowns and Indo Western gowns that are outstanding in terms of design, style, class and craftsmanship.

Types of Gowns

Gowns were not well accepted by the Indian ladies till a couple of years ago to its striking cuts and diving neck areas that were a typical component of western outfits. But with the advent of time, fashionable Indian ladies began exploring different avenues of Western clothing and an Indo-Western gown happens to be one of them.

Long unobstructed tu-nics in wonderful hues, better than average cuts and styles are favoured by Indian ladies who are much more style conscious than what they happened to be a decade ago

•Indo Western Gowns

•Bridal Gowns

•Evening gowns

•Drape gowns

• Reception Gowns

• Party Wear Gowns

• Sangeet Gowns

Why Choose Indian Party Gowns?

 

The popularity of Indian clothing is because of its rich craftsmanship, colors, appeal and timeless beauty.
Top Indian fashion designers with their innovative and creative ideas have come up with some unique designs that are beautifully integrated with western fash-ion trends, offering a ‘fusion’ look.

At Aithihya Timeless Collections, you get to view the latest collection of party gown designs.

Ways to choose Lehenga/ Gown as per the occasion and body type:

Lehenga looks the best when it is picked as per the occasion and body type. Here are some tips for you that can help.

Lehengas/ Gowns According to body type:

•The Apple Shaped women:

Choose wide flare lehenga?gowns as it will make their waist look smaller and make an illusion of body promotion. And avoiding heavily embroidered lehengas will really help.

•The Pear Shaped women:

The pear shape women can choose ghera lehenga/ Gown. Choose the blouse that will highlight your shoulder bone. You must highlight your waist in the best way.•The strawberry shaped women: The strawberry shape women can choose heavy flare, embroidery and embellishment on the lehenga/ Gown. Keep the blouse and dupatta minimal. Avoiding short blouse will help.

•The Ruler shaped women:

The ruler shaped women can choose the heavy flare lehenga/Gon with bolder and short blouse. Even the high neck design and 3/4th sleeves will look perfect on you. Get the stiff dupatta or stole with it. Avoid off-shoulder blouse and avoid flowy dupatta while selecting lehengas.

•The Hour Glass shaped women:

The hour glass shaped women can choose any type of lehenga/ Gown. From heavy chaniya choli skirt to plain look, all will look best on you. So wear what makes you confident.

•The pregnant women:

You can choose the flared lehenga /Crop top Gown designs and tie them above the waistline. Don’t feel shy to show your belly and it’s beautiful in its own kind.

Sarees

An Indian fashion attire India is a land of versatile Indian attires. We are lucky that we get a lot of colourful options in our country. But when we are talking about woman attires, nothing can the beauty of Saree.

Saree is a flowy long attire that hugs the body in such a way that it starts looking appealing and flawless. Sarees are worn with the petticoat or an in-skirt and blouse and there are no age bars to wear it.

It will help women shine in the most adaptable manner. Also, saris are found in traditional and fashionable styles, and each of them looks stun-ning on women. From colours to styles, there is a huge to explore.

And that’s why it's hard to get bored with the sari.

So are you looking for a perfect sari for yourself?

The latest sari trends to make you look stylish.

The latest sari trends are all about looking up to date.

The Designer sarees that come un-der this collection are bold, ostentatious, elegant and subtle.

These are different in the context of silhouette, fabric and colour and be the best party wear sarees. So here are some latest sari designs that will make you trendy:

•Belted structure - The Saree with the belted structure is very in. Here, the belt is worn on the waist to look skinny and show off your waistline. These can be perfect gala attire.

•Concept sarees - Concept sarees are the pre-drape saris that helps you to look star-worthy. It is a combination of Indian and western touch. The chiffon sarees look the best in trend.

•Contemporary and heavy blouse - It’s the time to wear a light sari and pair it with a heavy or statement blouse. You can even choose the Rajasthani-inspired choli or a blouse long jacket or off-shoulder blouse with fringes.

•High neck - Nothing can beat the sophistication of the High neck blouses. These look perfect with both designer and traditional saree.

•Embellished crystal - The Embellished crystals or embellished saris are also very trendy. These will look perfect with soft pastel blouses.

•Rich velvet - The Velvet adds the heaviness to the sari and makes it royal. These will be the perfect wedding sarees

•Thin borders - The Sarees with a thin border is also very trendy. You can define thinness and narrowness according to your choice.

 

Tips to pick the best saree as per the occasions

When it’s Weddings, festivals and parties, you have to look for the best kind of sari for yourself.

Even for the travelling, office and event, you have to define the best. So here are some tips for you:

1.For weddings and parties - The rich sari with heavy work will look the best for the wedding and festival season. You can even go for the silk sarees like kanchipuram saree, Mysore sari, Pattu saree, Sambhalpuri saree and Banarasi saree. These sa-ris may cost more, but they will look rich, gorgeous and beautiful on you.

2.For traveling and outing - The Lightweight and synthetic saris will be the best for travelling and outing. You have to choose something comfortable and manageable georgette and chiffon saree. Go for light colours, light work and small prints.

3.For office and events - For office and events, go for comfortable and manageable saris. Do drape them well and pin-up. Choose light and sober colours and light embroidery work.

4.For Festivals - The designer saris with a sober look will look the best at festivals. You can go for silk sarees and cotton sarees.If you want to look trendy, then you can even choose the ruffle sarees.

5.Tips to best accessories with Sarees .

Choosing the right accessories with your sari is very important as it will improve the wearer’s style.

Here are some tips to accessories with saris:

•Choosing as per the occasion - Always choose according to the occasion as doing too much and too less will ruin your saree look.

•Pay attention to the minor details - The minor and small details can make a huge difference, so never ignore them. The small things include bindi, bangles rings, nail polish, etc.

•Make the right colour combination - The right colour and combination will make you shine. You have to choose the same colour accessories or follow the analo-gous colour scheme. Even golden and silver jewellery will go well with every attire.

•Don’t make the fashion disasters - Never choose the wrong footwear, heavy jewellery, wrong bag, misfit blouse with your sari.

•Coordinate your accessories with body type and complexion - These two elements are very important. The dark tone women should go for silver jewellery, while fair tone women should go for golden or silver jewellery.

•Focus on your face shape - The round face women should not go for heavy jewellery, small earrings and the women with the long face should go for long earrings. The jewellery should only be worn in simple or plain saree.

Ignore wearing a neck-lace with heavy sari.

•Choose the material -

Always choose the material as per the occasion and type of sari. Match it with your saree work.

Don’t play with different materials as it will make you look weird.Best saree fabrics and designs for your body type

1.Tall women - The bold colours, large prints and broad and heavy borders will suit you the most. You can go for fabrics like cotton, pure silk and raw silk. Even the net, lace and heavy border will look the best on you.

2.Short women - The light colours, short borders and vertical prints will look the best on you. So large borders should totally be avoided. The fabrics like chiffon, georgette, crepe, silk and shimmer will look the best on you. Drape your saree close to your body and avoid the too bulky look.

3.Slim women - The heavy cotton, heavy silk, heavy brocade and heavy designer sa-rees will look the best on you. Choose the embroidered look and large prints. The light colours will suit you the most.

4.Busty women - The chiffon, georgette, silk and cotton fabrics will look the best on you. Drape the body in such a way that it doesn’t look too loose on you.