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A calming and refreshing color, green represents nature. Green is easy on the eye, and Utsav showcases this wonderful colour in good measure! The most prominent green fashion tones are sea green, jade to citrus, chartreuse and moss. Dusty citrus lime tones are especially popular hues in autumn. Peridot, emerald and jade jewellery or Venetian glass green beads provide the green glow of an accessory that really picks up an outfit. Ranging from light, leafy green to a dark masculine green, this is a hue that brides often choose for their bridal wear. There are pretty lehnga cholis in green that turn into masterpieces, thanks to the exquisite sequins work, aari work, cutdana work, zari work, beads work, resham embroidery, booti work, dori embroidery work, dumka work, gota patti, kasab work, neemzari work, parsi work, patch work, sitara work, kundan work, stones work, mirror work, zardosi work and so on! For the Indian bride, it is a very special colour because it denotes well-beingin fact; it is also suitable for those attending the wedding.
Sarees in green are popular too. Sea-green chiffons and georgette sarees are terrific daywear options. Green banarasi sarees, tanchois, kanjeevarams make for grand 'festive wear'. Handwoven cottons look great with a distinct designer touch! And if the green salwar kameezes needs livening up, use peridot, emerald and jade jewellery or Venetian glass green beads. Smart green bags and footwear in a wide range of fabrics and styles make a splash in the one-of-a-kind Utsav Collection. You can't go wrong with green!