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Raghavendra Rathore Launches the Woman’s Bandhgala


It’s time to move on from the traditional. Raghavendra Rathore is here to revolutionalize festive wear with his latest collection. It is the return of the Bandhgala, and we can see it in abundance in the designer’s new and lighter bridal wear collection.


Rathore has always impressed us with his classic designs that hold a timeless appeal. This time around, he gives us a fresh new look into the future of the Indian Bridal wear with the classic bandhgala style. With Indian weddings happening at exotic locations across the world, brides-to-be are inclined towards a lighter, more modern silhouette for their wedding outfit with more emphasis on the cut and styles rather than the embroidery.  


So if you’re willing to experiment just a little, skip the heavy lehengas and go for slim coats paired with saris, Bandhgala jackets paired with slim pants or breeches and rest assured you will be noticed.


The Bandhgala styles and looks are available at all Raghavendra Rathore’s stores in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata.


Finding the perfect Bridal Lehenga


A bride’s lehenga is probably one of the hottest topics of discussion at any wedding. That’s why it’s important to choose your bridal lehenga with utmost care. From the way it fits to the colour and the embroidery, your lehenga should ensure all eyes are riveted to you. After all, it is your big day. Take a look at some awesome tips to pick your bridal lehenga according to your body type and skin tone.

When choosing your bridal lehenga, you must keep the three most important details in mind.



  1. Shape
  2. Comfort
  3. Colour


The shape
Try on lehengas in various shapes like A-line, princess, sheath and empire waist, to see which flatters your body type the most. Always make sure that you can walk, turn, sit and bend comfortably, as well as lift your arms to hug your loved ones. Comfort and confidence are crucial on your wedding day! 

If you are short or petite, an A-line silhouette will suit you best. If you prefer a fitted lehenga, choose a mermaid skirt but make sure it suits your body. It must kick out at the bottom.




For the pear-shaped or hourglass-shaped bride, you need to balance the top half of your body with the bottom. Do not use straight or bias-cut designs; your hips will be greatly accentuated. The perfect bridallehenga will disguise and draw attention away from your least favourite parts and highlight the best.

The neckline
The neckline for your outfit will draw the most attention. Depending on how broad or narrow your shoulders are; your face, neck and bust line can be accentuated or downplayed by the shape of your neckline. Also, keep in mind the shape or style of jewellery that you will wear. If you have already bought the jewellery, show it to your designer, so that she can design the neckline accordingly.

If you have a big bust line, opt for a nice ‘V’ neck that distracts from it. For a smaller bust line, a wide neck with an empire waistline would be great.



The colour
Choose a colour for your lehenga that best compliments your skin tone and the wedding décor and arrangements. If you have a fuller body, do not use very bold colours. 

The fabric
While choosing fabrics for the outfit make sure you use the season’s appropriate fabric. Also make sure that you choose the fabric appropriate to the design and discuss all this in detail with your designer or an older person at home. Remember the wrong choice of fabric will ruin your look for the day and the silhouette.

 The article is on Michelle Salins
About Michelle Salins: Born in India and having lived a small part of her life in New York, designer Michelle Salins has launched her eponymous label MICHELLE SALINS in the United States. The collection’s international appeal captivates the eye with Salins’ use of rich colours and luxe fabrics. Encouraged by her father’s zest for life, designer, Michelle Salins, founded her namesake line in 2009 after a career spanning over a decade as a successful interior designer and decorator.

Lara Dutta Bhupathi forays into fashion




Lara has designed and crafted the line, keeping in mind the needs and expectations of the contemporary Indian woman.

Actress Lara Dutta Bhupathi forays into fashion with her latest line for popular ethnic wear label Chhabra 555. After bedazzling everyone with her unique first collection of ethnic wear,suits and sarees, Lara Dutta Bhupathi is all set to launch her second collection.

Lara forayed into the niche ethnic wear space last festive season. The association turned out to be hugely success with ethnic fashion creating a mass appeal and appreciation by women across the country.
Lara is all set to launch the second collection under the label this year. The collection is primarily focused on high end bridal wear. Lara has designed and crafted the line, keeping in mind the needs and expectations of the contemporary Indian woman.

Courtesy: timesofIndia

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Beautiful Indian Kanjivaram Sari


   Indian saree is one of the most elegant and most versatile garments. Sarees are worn in many ways in different parts of India. Kanchipuram sarees largely known as Kanjivaram sarees are one of a type. Made in Kanchipuram of Tamil Nadu , Kanjivaram sarees are one of the finest silk sarees available in India . It takes a duration of 4 months to weave a Kanjivaram Saree. It takes a lot of time and dedication to weave Kanjivaram saree but the efforts are worth as it looks very rich and beautiful and is largely worn on occasions .In order to give a unique look, Kanjivaram Sarees come in different colours and patterns with silk and zari work. When bridal Kanjivaram Sarees are woven, lots of special care and efforts are made to give it the special look and attraction.


Rich and Elegant look of Kanjivaram Clothing


Deepika and SRK holding a Kanjivaram Saree in a promotion


Gorgeous Vidya Balan many-a-times seen wearin Kanjivaram Saree


Bridal Kanjivaram Saree