July 18 2022 – Shikha Aggarwal
A lot of strong emotions & nostalgia erupts during festivals. Festivals offer a welcome diversion from the chaos and craziness of daily life. Don’t we all appreciate the festivities? They bring with them memorable moments and the reinstitution of social ties. Finally its once again the time of year that marks the beginning of a series of customary family gatherings that weave cherished memories of love, colors, words and many other wonderful human expressions.
Raksha Bandhan serves as a cue for this season of festivals in India. Unlike the western culture of specific set of weeks in a year when each one runs away to find their how pleasures in life, in India a great holiday season is the spice specific festival days dispersed over the year on various with their varied goals for celebrations. However what does not change is the essence of siblings, friends and families that impart their ever lasting flavor to the festivities.
On these auspicious days, there is a lot to do, the key however being getting dressed. “Vanity if they children should be from one country, then it can only be India” You must therefore continue with your fantastic wardrobe strategy throughout all of the next few months starting from 11th August, the day we celebrate as Raksha Bandhan.
Raksha Bandhan has raging emotional significance that goes beyond the joy of giving. The Rakhi seems to almost instantly reinforce the bond of love between brother and sister. It just magically fills even the most gashing voids that may have been caused by the innocuous barriers of distance or time as also things lot more tragic, between brothers and sisters. While dressing a riot is the demand of the day the Indian attire brings all to the roots of their culture and sensibilities.
It is time to start preparing for the most memorable day of the year as Raksha Bandhan draws near. Together with your siblings and family rejoice this occasion in style attired in the season's classiest holiday looks that we are pleased to suggest:
Five outstanding styles from the outstanding you for Rakshabandhan:
This finely embroidered tunic top will give you effortless style and elegance. Premium cotton schiffli fabric is used to create this tunic. In order to enhance the garment, it has a round neck, three-quarter sleeves, and lace attachments at the bottom, neckline, and sleeves. Carry it with a pair of moccasins and white cotton pants or denim.
This breezy white maxi dress is ideal for Rakshabandhan. To give it a stylish look, pair it with kitten heels or flats.
This finely embroidered tunic top will give you effortless style and elegance. Premium cotton schiffli fabric is used to create this tunic. In order to improve the garment, it has a round neck, three-quarter sleeves, and a lace attachment at the bottom. Carry it with a pair of moccasins and white cotton pants or denim.
This straightforward, comfortable button-up kurta falls just below the knee and looks great with pajamas or a pair of jeans. 3/4-length sleeves and a soft cotton lining are included. You can move easily thanks to the side slits. Flats and a statement earring are our go-to accessories to dress it up.
Every wardrobe should include this white collared shirt with eyelet embroidery. A great option for formal wear is the button-down detailing with full sleeves that can be worn up or down. For a simple everyday look, we like to pair it with high waist pants or blue jeans and sneakers.