Y in Indian women fashion

We are almost at the tail end of knowing about Indian women’s fashion trends from A-Z. We have covered everything from fabrics, weaves, techniques, and dresses and we now come to the most important element that forms the basis. Yes, we are talking about yarn. Let us look.

Known for its rich textile heritage, it won’t be a surprise that India is the supplier of most of the famous yarns across borders. Yarns play a significant role in creating stunning fabrics which are an integral part of the Indian fashion Industry.

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A widely used yarn is cotton known for its versatility and durability. From sarees to salwar kameez to even handkerchiefs, the fabric is sweat absorbent and is great for hot and humid climates. It is not only the most sought out in the country but also across the world for its softness and absorbing capability. The cotton yarn is a great choice to add vibrant colors to fabrics.

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Being one of the largest producers of silk and exquisite silk fabrics, India is famous worldwide for the quality of the silk yarn. From sarees, lehengas to most luxurious traditional garments silk is the most preferred fabric for its richness. The yarn is priced for its strength, sheen, and softness making it a great choice for special occasions like marriages.

Though India may not be a producer of wool, importing it to make sweaters, cardigans, and coats. A lot of women took to the art of knitting and is widely popular across the states.

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A lightweight breathable fabric is linen that is now becoming popular. Great for everyday wear in tropical regions where the climate is hot and humid, linen is a popular yarn used in the fashion industry.

When it comes to bags and footwear, which are accessories, jute is a widely used natural fabric that is sustainable, robust, and durable. It gives a unique and earthy texture to the products and is also eco-friendly.

As time passes and trends evolve, yarns that are recycled and sustainable like bamboo and hemp are also used because they are environment friendly and play their part in reducing the carbon footprint of the Indian Fashion Industry.

The next thing that comes to your mind is yellow and when we think of yellow, our mind immediately strikes dressing up for the haldi ceremony to which the color is mostly associated with.

Here are a couple of yellow outfit ideas for the next haldi ceremony that you want to attend.

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  • A yellow mirrorwork lehenga in raw silk goes perfectly great for haldi ceremony.
  • An asymmetrical yellow dress is great as an Indo-western outfit for haldi ceremony.
  • A yellow and green lehenga with mirror work and a light tinge of pink here and there is a great choice.
  • A plain yellow saree with a bright-colored half-sleeve blouse.
  • A yellow cotton saree with a bright orange bandhni blouse.
  • A layered yellow skirt, embroidered blouse, and lots of accessories.
  • A monotone yellow skirt with a blue blouse.
  • A yellow skirt and neon green blouse is sure to rock the party.
  • A yellow saree with minimal gota patti work.
  • A complete yellow lehenga heavily embellished with beads, stones, and exquisite embroidery.

Yellow cannot only be styled for haldi but also for other wedding festivities.

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  • A yellow lehenga with a net dupatta for the cocktail party is a great outfit option.
  • A yellow silk kurta with a matching skirt and dupatta is just awesome.
  • A ruffle saree in yellow with a statement blouse is great for the wedding.
  • A yellow Anarkali can be worn as a gown for an engagement or even a cocktail party.
  • A simple saree with a gold border and a heavy blouse aress great for cocktail parties.

A cheerful color yellow is sure to make heads turn if you style it alone or even with vibrant combinations.

This post is part of #blogchatterA2Z 2023.