The most romantic time of the year – Valentine’s week – a celebration of love has already begun and we hope you have started your arrangements for that special V-day. Just as indulging in chocolate, gifts and planning an outing is important, so is indulging in pretty clothing!

Usually a Valentine day  outing and dates means beautiful western garments including one piece dresses, designer pants and tops, skirts, gowns and so on. But not all women are comfortable in wearing these sorts of dresses. So what are their options? At that point the main alternative for them is traditional outfit. Yes, yes, we know traditional dresses are avoided on a date. But it’s time to break some rules!

So, to help you get your date night outfit planned, we will talk about how to carry traditional wears on Valentine Day.

Salwar suits, kurtis and sarees can rock your date if are carried with fashion tricks:

  • Choose the colour wisely: Forget the common red colour and opt for mustard, peach, hot pink and pistachio green colours for your traditional wears.
  • Type of traditional wear: Keep the blingy designs aside and opt for subtle elegance. Wear statement accessories to emphasize your style in traditional outfit.
  • Things to avoid: Heavy work and embroidery on your outfit | Heavy makeup | Too much accessories.

Here, we are showcasing few traditional outfits from Minu Fashion, Kolkata, which will help you make your Valentine Day more special.

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Get a trend setter look by cladding into this gorgeous printed suit. It features rose flower design on the kurti, dupatta with tiny prints and plain churidar.                                                                                                             
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This regal trail cut salwar kameez set features collar neckline, beautiful color combination, embroidered lace at daman, a lightweight dupatta and subtle prints all over the suit.
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This cotton printed suit set with a modish twist, gracefully features boat style neck design with a keyhole cut, zari lace at daman and a pair of patyala pants and dupatta.

 

Minu Fashion, Kolkata, is a renowned name in the field of designing and manufacturing amazing cotton sarees and salwar kameez for every woman’s choice. Arm yourself in one of their traditional attire that steers away from conventional prints and patterns but is still soothingly ethnic. Check out the collection at: www.minufashion.com

 

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