Indian Traditional Dresses & Accessories

Indian families typically shop for traditional garments such as sarees, salwar kameez, lehengas, and kurta pajamas during festivals. These garments for women, men and children are often embellished with intricate designs, embroidery, and sequins to reflect the joy of festivities.
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Embrace Indian Heritage With These Traditional Attires

There are moments when you want to experiment with your style. So allow us to introduce you to Indian traditional couture - a beautiful blend of age-old Indian weaving practices and unique embroideries from the nooks and crannies of the country. Handcrafted by adept Indian craftsmen and made to measure by Indian tailors. It’s a bit like a visit to India and embrace their heritage in person. And with a small measure of classic Indian motifs like peacock and paisley, it’s a great way to get drenched in a wonderful sea of Indian fashion.


Curated Collection Of Traditional Dresses For Women

Wear Indian traditional dresses to flaunt your love for Indian heritage. And celebrate the handwork and hard work of our Indian craftsmen. Dress right for Indian occasions like weddings, festivals, pujas, and family celebrations. When it comes to variety, Nothing can beat the traditional Indian attires. With ample styles, silhouettes, patterns, and prints, you are spoiled for choice. Literally!

There are ample of varieties sarees, salwar kameez, and lehengas. Saree, a six-yard wonder comes in infinite options. Wear Banarasi Sarees from Varanasi to feel the magnificence of grand embroidery and finery of silk. And if you desire gold and bold borders on silk, then cling to Kanjeevaram Sarees from Tamil Nadu. Pair it with a pair of golden jhumkas and a gajra. Seeking a reason for the beauty of Bengali women? It’s definitely the handloom range the state boasts of. Tant, Baluchari, and Jamdani with exquisite borders and light fabrics are the proud drapes that make one look utterly graceful. In salwar kameez, you have Punjabi Salwar Suits, Anarkalis, A-Line suits that reflect the touch of innovation.

Best Traditional Clothing in India for Different Occasions

Indian traditional clothing is as diverse as Indian culture. It’s a peek into the country's rich heritage. The ethnic collection is a salad bowl. There is something for everyone. Women love the scrumptious mix of salwar suits, sarees, lehengas, kurtas, tunics, skirts, and dresses. They can do them on different occasions ranging from a casual day out to a wedding. Men have a similar variety of Indian clothing for weddings, festivities, family rituals, nikah, and other events.

  • Sari:

    It’s a love affair that’s bound to last infinity. Saree is a prize possession. It’s a precious gem that shines on top of an Indian woman's closet. Most versatile and most eclectic, sarees deserve everything superlative. It comes in tons of fabrics. There are multiple hues to grace every age.
  • Kurta and Salwar Kameez:

    Kurtas are another versatile fusion wear. Designed in ample of styles, fabrics, colors, and silhouettes, women kurtis are perfect for casual days, formal nights, and even special occasions. Salwar suits is a coveted trio of salwar, suit, and dupatta. Depending on your comfort and occasion, pick an Anarkali, Trouser Suit, Abaya, Pakistani Suit, or Punjabi Suit.
  • Lehenga Choli:

    Lehenga choli is India’s special occasion outfit. A wonderful blend of lehenga, dupatta, and choli looks gorgeous at weddings, festivals, red carpet events, mehendi, haldi, and sangeet. The prominent styles of lehenga choli are circular, mermaid, and flared. Lehengas are embroidered and embellished with sequins, beads, and many striking details.
  • Sherwani:

    It’s the popular wedding wear for men in India. Sherwani is a long coat buttoned down the front. It is available in a large variety. Some have collars, some are without them, and some feature Mandarin collars. Sherwanis are mostly made from thick fabrics like velvet, brocade,and georgette.
  • Dhoti:

    Indian dhoti is a cotton garment mostly worn by men in South India. It is tied around the waist and fastened in between the legs. Dhoti pants are paired with a kurta and give an ethnic touch to one's personality. They are available in many shades and designs. The Dhoti kurta is worn for traditional events like puja, rituals, weddings, and family events.
  • Bandhgala Suit:

    Revered as a prince coat, it is a formal Indian suit that originated in Jodhpur. It is a must-have for men’s wardrobe and works well for all kinds of formal events. From a wedding to a cocktail night, Bandhgala suit looks dapper at all times.
  • Ghagra Choli:

    Ghagra choli is a traditional lehenga usually worn by Rajasthani and Gujarati women. Like a lehenga, it also incorporates flared lehenga, chunri, and choli. Bandhani and Bandhej ghagra cholis are the popular traditional outfits worn for garba nights, weddings, and festivals.
  • Pheran:

    Originating in Kashmir, it is a loose and knee-length garment worn by men and women. Pheran is a versatile piece mostly worn to keep oneself warm in cold weather. It can be easily slipped on a salwar suit, saree, kurta, or top and jeans.
  • Mundu:

    It is a small, traditional garment from Kerala. Mundu is a cotton dhoti worn by men for formal ceremonies, pujas, and religious events. It usually has golden borders and is paired with a mundu shirt.
  • Mekhela Chador:

    A traditional sarong worn by Assamese women. It incorporates two pieces - mekhela and chador. The duo is paired with a fitted blouse. The bottom wear, mekhela is cylindrical and wide. It is folded in two pleats and tucked in the waist. While chador is tucked in mekhela and wrapped around the chest and back.
  • Pagri/Turban:

    It is an Indian term for turban for men. Usually worn by men and women, pagri represents the region and community. There are innumerable ways to bind pagri. There are many names of turban, such as paag, pagri, peta, and pheta.
  • Phulkari:

    It is a colorful embroidery that originated in Punjab. The word ‘Phulkari’ means floral work. The folk embroidery fills the cloth with striking floral, geometrical, and abstract patterns. Women adore phulkari dupattas, phulkari suits, phulkari lehengas, and shawls.
  • Patola Sari:

    Made in Patan in the Indian state of Gujarat, It is a traditional saree known for its double ikat woven pattern. Patola saree are made from silk threads. They are dyed and woven to create the unique detailing. These sarees are highly popular among women in India and are usually worn on special occasions, like weddings and festivities.
  • Sherwani with Jodhpuri Breeches:

    The epitome of opulence, sherwani with jodhpuri breeches is a traditional Indian wear worn by men in Rajasthan. The upper wear, sherwani, is a long, loose knee-length coat. Breeches, on the other hand, are tapered trousers.
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