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Indian Style Long Gowns


Indian traditional wear has been ruling the world wide fashion industry from decades and is still gaining popularity day by day. The latest trend is a collection of exclusive gowns for the fashion conscious women from across the globe. These gowns are a blend of Indian culture with a touch of the contemporary. Each piece in my collection is designed under my supervision and has exquisite detailing.

Pure chiffons, georgettes, crepes, nets, Italian silks and French lace are the fabrics of choice for these flowing pieces that use up close to 15 meters of fabric.

Here we features three beautiful possibilities.

Yellow Gown: This beautiful floor length gown has flares. The net scarf has trim on all four sides and a border in the pallu.

Accessories: Wear long earrings, bright makeup with light lipstick, high heeled platform footwear and style your hair into an updo.

Black Gown: This is a gorgeous work of art. A black sequence sheet is used inside as a slip. The outer layer of the gown is created from net and has many kalis and is embellished with swarowski crystals in the front and back and a velvet black border at the bottom. The top border has brocade trim setting. The net dupatta has a velvet border on all four sides.

Accessories: Wear diamond earrings and a big diamond kada (bangle) in one hand. Keep the makeup light, and bring the focus to the eyes with green eye shadow. Add atouch of bronzer and light lipstick. High heeled platform shoes, a diamond broach and black clutch complete the look.

 White Gown: The inner lining is heavy satin and the outer layer is net, which is embellished with rose pink and silver gota work. The neckline and waistline are lined with silver rose motifs. The gown has long, transparent sleeves with long trim border. A white net scarf with gota work on all four sides and a rose pink ribbon complete the dress.

Accessories: Long swarowski earrings, medium makeup, silver high heeled sandals and a rose pink clutch completes your ravishing look.

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