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Top 3 Ethnic Wedding Picks During Spring


I Dress not to Impress but to Express – Modern , Electric and Ethnic” 


Our Indian roots have always been nourished with colors and embroideries.

Since the time we were born , It certainly began with the Indian Jewelry gifting form our aunts and our daddy’s got us the best ethnic suits to showcase us like little dolls.

And maybe that’s why the Indian Ethnic wears have always outsmart the foreign brands in demand. Ethnic clothes have always had a special place in women’s wardrobe. Therefore, we women leave no stone un-turned when it comes to dress up in the Desi Attire all gracefully. 

Let’s showcase the top Ethnic picks that every women should keep handy in their wardrobe for the Spring weddings :-

  1. Kalidar Anarkali with Resham Embroidery (Love of Red)Ethnic Dukaan.com_Maroon Kalidar Anarkali with Resham Embroidery

    To start with , ethnic salwar suits are the safest pick and a lady always looks graceful in Red. Red is a vibrant color and is loved by all even in the days during spring. It’s a safe pick considering an on the move buy. To highlight, Chinese collar Kalidar Anarkali always makes your posture look great with pumps or pencil heels, you better keep it in your cart and buy your best salwar suits.

    2. Graceful textured Sarees with Bright colors (Serenity of Blues)Ethnic Dukaan.com _ Saree

    An all time glamorous fashion for women, a Saree is a sensuous attire for prints as well as various embellishments.  Picking up Serene colors like those of Blue, Gold and White sarees is a forever trend and one can always keep it handy when in confusion. Best picks have to be the traditional sarees. Be it a Bengali hand loom or a Kanjeevaram Saree , it always makes you look like a Diva of the decade. You can pick your wedding sarees if you’re preparing your cart of sarees online shopping.

    Here is one funfact for you: Saree is one of the world’s oldest and the only Un-stitched garment since the ancient era.

    3. Ivory Pure Raw Silk Lehnga (Silk to gracefully sexy)


    Ethnic Dukaan.com_Ivory Pure Rawsilk Lehenga With Resham Embroidery and Sequins


    Lehnga is a flamboyant attire which is not just elegant but easy to drape as well. This imperative outfit looks great with the right fitted blouse. You can choose from your designer lehenga and be the beauty with a well dressed Indian attire.

Our personal pick is EthnicDukaan.com for the same. 


Are you getting all Ethnic this season?


Let’s Rouge Up! 

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Sheetal is a happy go lucky girl who loves to explore new things. She's been a writer for more than seven years and is a social media addict. Besides Social Media Marketing she loves to take up art and singing for her leisure time!


  1. ROBERT LEE says:

    This is the first time I really looked at wedding dresses, and it occurred to me that the dresses you featured are simple in its own ways, ELEGANT in its own ways too.

  2. Neri Ann says:

    I love the first one. The details are very intricate and unique.

  3. The Kalidar Anarkali with Resham Embroidery is my favorite!! I love its design and the color suits it well. Perfect!

  4. Nicole P says:

    My favorite pick is the Serenity of Blues saree dress. It is in almost the same silhouette as my wedding dress and I just love how the contrast of blues and golds make a dress look so regal. 🙂

  5. Dorothy Mae C. Torretijo says:

    I love the first look!! It’s very unique and stylish for weddings! Keep posting xx

  6. Paolo R says:

    This is elegant wedding dress, thanks for sharing this!

  7. Marge Gavan says:

    There is something fascinating about ethnic weddings, most especially the wedding gowns. So different from the usual white long gown that women wear. I am no Indian so obviously I’m never going to wear one in my future wedding. But my favorite here is the Kalidar Anarkali. I love the cut, especially the lace sleeves.

  8. Lee Rosales says:

    I love how colorful your textile and clothes. Ethnic salwar suits – i wanna have something like that

  9. Cheryl F says:

    I love the first one. It is elegant and modern. Love the color too.

  10. I haven’t been in any Indian weddings yet but I’ve seen them several times on TV and Movies and much like the Indian fashion, I find the details really fascinating.. they are intricately done and the colors are really pleasant to the eyes

  11. Sofia Faheem says:

    I wouldn’t mind getting married in a Kalidar Anarkali… It looks drop dead gorgeous on the model <3

  12. I really appreciate well made clothing! and this is just a perfect example! the details are just on point! You can never go wrong with the classics.

  13. Sonnie says:

    my vote goes to wedding dress #3. simple but lovely and sexy

  14. jared's mum says:

    i am partial to the first dress. it looks both elegant + classic. a red wedding gown is very interesting!

  15. Charu -KetchupMoms says:

    The red anarkali is breathtaking. May 4 yrs old loves to dress up so I cannot wait for her to grow up a little more and adorn herself with such beautiful pieces of art. Great eye

  16. Designer Sarees says:

    The red anarkali is awesome your blog post regarding ethnic wear is amazing you have explained each details perfectly. very nice arrangement of post.

  17. Sam says:

    Nice collection, thanks for sharing with us.

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  19. ananya says:

    love the looks u shared.

  20. Varuna Jithesh says:

    WoW! nice designs..

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