Designing Your Shopping A Breeze

1502 WordsMay 11, 20167 Pages
The houses are decorated, the sales are on and the holidays are about to kickstart. The festive mood has clearly set in. Celebrations at home, parties in your social circle and some small getaways must be making a comeback on your calendar. So as you plan for all these good times ahead, why not also plan in advance for your child’s look? The markets are already full with the season’s best festive party wear. Here are some traditional wear for kids. Here are a few suggestions to make your shopping a breeze: 1. Traditional trends As you deck up your home with rangolis and diyas and dish out traditional delicacies — it’s time to go traditional with your child’s ensemble too. Silk ghagara choli sets in attractive colours like red, yellow, fuschia, turquoise are in fashion this festive season. Modern Indian designers are also laying huge focus on TUTUs (layered skirt) and tiered ghagras with ethnic tops, cholis or kurtis. And like always sarees continue to find a place in the season’s festive fashion. Custom-made sarees for little girls are easily available. These sets usually come with a blouse, petticoat and saree. The pleats are pre-made and can be draped within minutes with the least effort. The waist of the saree has a drawstring band that keeps the attire intact as the child runs and plays. Kurtas with Patialas or dhotis are also a big hit this season, not only because of their style quotient, but also their comfort value. When it comes to boys fashion, designers these days
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