Thursday, October 30, 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
Once again the Anarkali suits are booming in the fashion market in new and beautiful trends and styles! These long kurtas paired with churidars have evolved over years. The kurta is always fitted around the torso and flows down to the floor, like the Pomegranate blossom, after which it is named. Let us take you into a bit of the history.
These Anarkali suits runs back to the story of a fictional character Anarkali, a courtesan in the court of mughal emperor Akbar. Ancient weavers are said to have this design with special fabrics to make women look opulent and posh.
Garnering the world wide attention, this frock style top can suit any occasion .The type of embroidery and the fabric chosen differs according to one’s choice and budget. This stunning garment can make any woman look Royal!
It has become the top pick of Indian women’s ethnic wear. The trends range from floor length to mid-length. Its swishes and swirls give grace to any woman. Its modern avatar or the Salwar kameez, is one that is sported by women of various walks of life and worn to various occasions ranging from daily wear, to weddings and even to red carpet events.
The materials that are often used are rich fabrics and net. With stone embellishments and sequin work, the final designs are eye catching to say the least. Brocade and jacquard along with zari work adorn such suits. Sometimes the kurta is paired with long flowy skirts. Pants or skirts, the torso fitting top is certainly a beauty quotient.
Understanding the ever-changing trends and styles, ethnic suits have evolved a lot over years. Here is a sneak-peek of the Mardhaani collections from Pothys.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Monday, October 20, 2014
With Diwali just around the corner, we bring you stunning Brasso and Georgette embroidered sarees from the Leela collection.
Brasso which is known for its uniqueness in which the layers are burned to form the design is used in our Leela collection. We have created dramatic effects and colors that are not possible with simple dye methods, with Brasso. Brasso fabrics are in vogue and are now often seen in beautiful Indian sarees. The chiffon Brasso fabrics have a flattering drape that is well suited to a saree. The vibrant colors and special effects also compliment traditional saree styles.
Georgette is a translucent, lightweight fabric that has a fine grainy surface which is soft to the touch. It is ideal for dresses, blouses, Indian sarees and Lehengas. Originally made from silk, Georgette is made with highly twisted yarns. Georgette fabrics are in vogue. Our Leela collection features sarees in sheer Georgette fabrics that are available in myriads of colors and designs.
Monday, October 13, 2014
Designer sarees are one of the recent trends, in India as well as the international market, which has taken the fashion industry by storm. They have become extremely popular and sales have been skyrocketing in the recent years after leading heroines in movies and models on ramps have been spotted wearing them. Designer sarees are available in number of styles and designs in various materials like Chiffon, Georgette and crepe. These easy to wear sarees have given a modern avatar to the traditional Indian attire.
Huge collections of these types of sarees are available in stores and their demand is constantly increasing. Embellished with different types of work like embroidery, sequins work, zardosi work and patchwork, they have not only reformed style but innovatively conquered over different types of materials too!
At Pothys we understand that trends keep changing and have remained in touch with the latest trends in Indian fashion. Hence, we have introduced the Tina – designer saree collection featuring half & half saree styles designed with beautiful embroidery works such as Lucknow chikan work in Chiffon and Georgette, that gives the modern woman freedom to experiment, freedom to flaunt and freedom to adorn…
Pothys’ mesmerizing collection of Tina designer sarees is a ravishing sight to behold. Draped around you, these half and half sarees are masterpieces that will make you sparkle this Diwali season.
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Monday, October 6, 2014
Our country is the center of many festivals from different cultures and religion in different seasons. Though the festivals are somewhat dissimilar, there is one thing that seems to be common and that is Indian women prefer to adorn themselves with beautiful sarees during festivals. Indian festival sarees are created by keeping the occasion and the event in mind. The colour, motifs and the designs are created on the saree to match the occasion perfectly. They are the expressions of the event and festivity.
Among the many festivals celebrated in India, Deepavali is one of the important and happiest festivals celebrated in India. It is celebrated in different ways in various parts of the country. Usually, prayers are offered and friends are invited to celebrate the Deepavali night over food and sweets. On Deepavali night, fireworks light up the neighborhood skies. In Tamilnadu, people celebrate Deepavali with sparklers, light, firecrackers and sweets signifying the defeat of Narakashura by Lord Krishna.
Deepavali remains as one of the biggest shopping seasons in India. People buy new clothes for themselves and their families. Girls and women go shopping for Jewellery, sarees and electronic items for home during this season. Women adorn themselves with traditional silk sarees and ethnic wear on the day. Pothys is presenting a new and exceptional gathering of silk sarees for Deepavali that will make you look astounding. Drape yourself in these mesmerizing Silk Deepavali collections from Pothys to add a dash of sparkle to your Deepavali!