WHY SHOP FOR SALWAR KAMEEZ AT UTSAV?

  • Widest variety of salwar kameez.
  • Available in every possible color and in a spectrum of authentic fabrics.
  • Can be customized as per size, style, and kind of embroidery work.
  • Plus size kurtas available without extra cost.
  • Can classify as casual wear, designer wear, party wear, traditional wear or just anytime wear.
  • Crepe, a thin fabric of crinkled texture, woven originally in silk but now available in all major fibers. There are two kinds of crepe cotton, Oriental used in almost all garments like bridal lehengas, sarees and salwar kameez.
  • Some of the famous designs in crepe salwar kameez are: plain moss crepe salwar, Shaded crepe salwar suits, and dupatta in crepe highlighted with zari embroidery teamed with embroidered churidar, crape short kurtis with resham and sequins work, Sea green kamis in crepe with floral embroidery teamed with a matching salwar and dupatta
  • To a question asked to a famous designer, What should one wear in an attempt to have a traditional yet modern look for the summer wedding and reception? He replied that Go for summer friendly fabrics like georgette, chiffon and crepe. Designer crepe salwar kameez dupatta are big in this season.
  • The famous Mysore Crepe fabric is the most sensuous of all, it is slinky, light and figure hugging and it makes a woman look and feel beguiling. Shop online for crepe salwar suits, short kurtis, shalwar kameez and ethnic salwar kurta that every women has dreamt of! from Utsav Fashion.
  • In a fashion show to mark the inauguration of the Army Institute of Fashion & Design, Azim Khan’s, one of the leading designer of Bangalore, wedding collection was on display.
  • Crepe and satin sari, crepe salwar kurta with excessive zari and sequin work were on display. Contrast was the keyword with orange sarees paired with pink blouses and greens with blues. Streaked and crimped hair, dark smoldering eyes and careless abandon marked the round with pallavs draped casually around the neck or just left trailing.
  • There are two kinds of crepe used to make excellent short kurtis. The hard-finished, typically dyed black and used for mourning (which tends to retain the old spelling crape), is made of hand-twisted silk yarn and finished by a rather complex trade process after weaving; the soft crepe include the Canton, or Oriental, weaves in plain or damask weaves. Their crisped or wavy appearance results from the peculiar arrangement of the weft, which is formed of yarn from two different bobbins twisted together in opposite directions or uses alternately a right-twisted and a left-twisted thread.
  • Utsav Fashion is one of the best crepe salwar kameez suits suppliers in India. We are also into the business of salwar suit wholesale, export and retail.
  • Utsavfashion.com provides designer crepe salwar kameez, crepe salwar suits for the large Indian community residing in USA, New York, Los Angeles, California, Chicago, Illinois, Houston, Texas, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Phoenix, Arizona, San Diego, California, Dallas, Texas, San Antonio, Texas, Austin, Detroit, Michigan, San Jose, California, Indianapolis, Indiana, San Francisco, California, Jacksonville, Florida, Columbus, Ohio, Austin, Texas, Memphis, Indiana, Indianapolis, Iowa, Des Moines, Tennessee, Baltimore, Maryland, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Boston, Massachusetts, Charlotte, North Carolina, El Paso, Texas, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Washington, Fort Worth, Texas, Denver, Colorado, Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee, Portland, Oregon, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Cheyenne, Las Vegas, Nevada, Massachusetts, Boston, Hawaii, Sydney, Mauritius, Fiji Is., Australia, Singapore, India, Malaysia and other parts of world.