Women’s party outfits
‘Party wears’ is one of the newest forms of fashion that has hit mainly the metros. It’s mainly a high end form of fashion. This high end fashion is usually a blend of other fashion works. Party wears are decided according to the genre of the party. That is, the theme of the party decides its clothing. It can range from the Club party wears, Costume party wear,to the wedding party wears or even the family get togethers. Also as the pub culture in the metros develop, ‘Party wears ‘takes a pivotal stand in the fashion scenario.
For women, ‘Party wear’ comes up with a wide variety of clothing . Go to any designer boutique and the exotic variety they'll show you is amazing. The gamut of haute couture woman formal party clothes is commendably fabulous ranging from chic Halter dress to glittery cocktail dress, Stand-Up Collar Dress, Sheath Dress, Jacket Dress, Embellished Dress, Off-the-Shoulder Dress, Corset Dress, and Print Dress. For the evening purpose, something more gaudy and eye catchy is needed .Vibrant colors like copper brown, emerald green and dark purple can give you a more glamorous look. While the Indo western style V necked cardigans with a jacket can definitely bring out the style diva in you. Leather garments also make a statement in the fashion industry especially among party wears.The biggest hits in the leather fashion works are the designer Mobike jackets. Young girls crave for leather skirts especially Pencil leather skirt.
Now as for the ethnic Party wears, Saris and ‘Contemporary wears ‘are a major fashion factor. The different varieties of Saris popular amongst the party wear are Sheeshadar (mirror work) of Gujarat where extensive mirror works are done on the saris. It gives that shiny and glamorous look, especially if it’s worn for an evening function. The Zardosi worked saris which includes sewing gold beads and chain stitching gold threads on the fabric. It brings out beautiful patterns in gold and silver, with studded pearls and precious stones. Patchwork, cut work, kundan, resham, gota patti work, mukesh work, stones work and aari work – all these form marked embroidery works which are generally used in ethnic party wear saris. The Lehnga cholis, Ghagra cholis, Salwars and Kurtas also exhibit the Mirror works, the Zardosi works, Zari works, Kundan works etc. The real beauty of all these works is evident when the clothing is worn for an evening function.