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Here are tips about ethnic and regional clothing for women. Read about ladies traditional garments and women's ethnic wear.

Women's Ethnic Wear

Women attire in ethnic styles to embellish their look. Ethnic is classic and maintains the essence of our culture. Among women's ethnic wear, Sari is the most elegant. This six yard long classic ladies traditional garment comes up in distinct types and fabrics. Intricate embroideries mainly Chikan, Phulkari, Kantha, Zardosi and Zari work with studded beads add sparkling effect to the wardrobe. Young females go in for Sheeshakari, Meenakari, Kundan and beadwork. These embroideries draw attention and add great value to the fabric. Ethnic and regional clothing for women are selling like real hot cakes.

For daily wear Bandhani, Batik, Block and handprints are just ideal. For wedding parties and other festivities, Kanjeevaram and Banarsi silk sarees with suitable glittery jewelry can just do wonders. "Variety is the spice of life". Adhering to this saying women drape sari in different styles. Salwar Kameez is definitely an all time favorite. It is a dress for all seasons. Simple yet elegant, it can be worn in all occasions. It is actually an origin of Punjab and Kashmir, but is selling like hot cakes not only in India but worldwide.

Bombay, the hub of fashion is the land of innovations. Everyday some new pattern of suit is hitting the market. Short Kameez with Patiala salwar, Parallels and Churidar and short designer dupattas look absolutely stunning. Another competitor is Chaniya Choli popularly known as Lehanga Choli. New arrivals include Sharara, Garara and Lancha with tight fitting tops rather than usual Choli with deep side cuts, which give a chic look. Go out and shop some impressive classic ethnic apparel.