Women Fashion Tips: The Trend of Evergreen Printed Suits

Since their very inception, printed suits have been a rage in the world of fashion. They are not only comfortable but are also aesthetically pleasing. Even with the growing trend of Western fashion in India, printed suits have never lost their charm in our culture. They are, till date, worn by both schools going girls and married women. There have been many subtle changes but the overall charm and grace associated with printed suits have never got outdated.

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Printed suits have different variants. From flowing Anarkali printed suits to printed asymmetrical suits – the range is mind-boggling. In the case of bottoms also, hundreds of different variants are available. From churidars to palazzos; from dhoti, salwars to long skirts – Indian fashion has never disappointed its lovers. Suits are also available in different fabrics like the pure pashmina, pure cotton, raw silk, polyester, crepe, Italian satin etc. In the same way, each piece of a suit (kurta, bottom and chunar) can be styled in more than hundred different ways. There are thousands of women’s clothing websites that offer quality printed suits at best possible prices.

Printed suits with light embroidery are ideal for small occasions. You can wear them to kitty parties, small ceremonies or on festive occasions. Cotton printed suits are ideal for summers. They offer the extreme level of comfort and can be worn on a regular basis. Printed corals are highly trending these days.

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Apart from these, you can also check out printed pashmina suits. Pashmina is the best winter fabric and printed pashmina suits not only keep you warm but also give you a stylish appearance. Pashmina suits are generally laden with heavy and colorful digital prints. These heavy prints not only give a polished look but also are high on aesthetics.

Another variety that you can find in printed suits is that of asymmetrical and handkerchief printed kurtas. These have recently taken the fashion market by storm. You can find some of the best handkerchief and asymmetrical printed kurtas on websites like Jabong and Myntra. Long line, straight and a-line printed kurtas are also a vogue in today’s fashion market. Jaipuri printed kurtas with light embroidery are very highly preferred by the women in upper echelons of India. Another variant that one can find is the printed kurta with a Jaipuri jacket on the top. This variant can in itself have two more variants. In case the kurta is printed, the jacket shall have heavy or light embroidery. Whereas in case the kurta is embroidered, the jacket may be a solid or be lightly printed to give it hue and texture.

Something that remains unrestricted and unhampered since decades becomes evergreen. This is the case with printed suits. They began during the time of Britishers in the 19th century and till date, have not gone out of fashion. They have only improved over the years. Such is the appeal of this high-fashion garment. It is an immortal component of every ladies’ wardrobe.

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