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Article: Trendy Lohri Outfits For Women

 Trendy Lohri Outfits For Women

Trendy Lohri Outfits For Women

Indian festivals are a celebration of hard work and new beginnings all together. Lohri festival is one such festival where we celebrate the hard work put into the harvest and “pheli lohri” marks the new journey for newlywed couples and newborns. Let’s Explore Jaipur Kurti Lohri outfits to make your celebration day one-of-a-kind!

Lohri celebration starts at sunset when a bonfire is lit up with dry twigs and branches. Families gather around it while singing and dancing giddas and bhangras to the beats. In all this set-up women dress up in new ethnic lohri function dresses. These dresses include kurta sets with dupatta, punjabi patiala suits, embroidered sharara suits and kurta with palazzo sets.

First Lohri after marriage is considered an auspicious occasion for the bride and groom. New bride’s in-laws gift her the essentials of a married girl. Bangles, new Indian wear clothes, jewellery and more and gifted for the new life journey.

Velvet Kurta Set

To add opulence to the festive occasion, try out a Velvet Kurta Set. During winter festivals, velvet tends to be warm and luxurious. Add a royal touch to your Lohri look by going for deep holiday colors like maroon, navy, or dark green. Match the kurta with straight-cut pants or flared palazzos for a contemporary twist.

Velvet Kurta Set | lohri function dresses

Printed Suit Set

Printed Suit Set is the best option for individuals who like blending traditional and contemporary styles. The lively patterns inspired by Indian themes and legends will give your Lohri dress a playful yet sophisticated aspect. Conversely, you may want to consider using comfortable materials like cotton to create a casual but stylish appearance with either floral prints or geometrical motifs.

Printed Suit Set | Lohri outfits


Anarkali Set

For your Lohri celebrations, choose an Anarkali set that will make you feel graceful and beautiful as the ladies in Bollywood do. These Anarkali suits have never gone out of style because of their flowing silhouette and intricate design work. To make a statement, choose vibrant colors such as sequins or zari work. You can also wear it with contrasting churidar or palazzo pants under a flared Anarkali kurta for perfect attire.

Anarkali Set | Lohri outfits

Embroidered Silk Suit Set

Celebrate Lohri with the richness of silk and the intricacy of embroidery. The Embroidered Silk Suit Set combines traditional craftsmanship with contemporary design. The kurta’s luminous sheen combined with intricate embroidery makes it perfect for a festive look. Go for jewel tones like royal blue, wine red or emerald to make you look royal.

Embroidered Silk Suit Set| dress for Lohri function


Silk Sharara Sets

Add glamour to your Lohri celebrations with this Silk Sharara Set. These shararas have wide, flaring pants that give traditional wear a modern feel. Select plain silk fabric with minimalistic embellishment or heavily embroidered ones with sequin work. This can be paired with a matching kurta or a contrasting one to create a unique style that will certainly stand out.

Silk Sharara Sets

This Lohri, celebrate in style with Jaipur Kurti’s trendy dress for Lohri function that nods to tradition while embracing contemporary fashion. From the luxurious Velvet Kurta Set to the playful Printed Suit Set, evergreen Anarkali Set, opulent Embroidered Silk Suit Set and glamorous Silk Sharara Set, each outfit ensures that you become the centre of attraction during the event. Happy Lohri!

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