Ugadi Festival in 2017: Fashion in Ugadi festival

ugadi festival in 2017

About Ugadi festival in 2017:

Ugadi is also one of the auspicious festivals of India, which is celebrated with loads of smashing rejoicements especially for the people of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana. It is considered as the New Year according to the Hindu calendar. As the first month of the year is called Chaitra and Ugadi is the first day of Chaitra. This festival is known with the different names in the different origins of India but with the same drift of spreading the message of Love, Happiness, Prosperity and Integrity in a traditional way. Let’s Celebrate Ugadi festival in 2017 with more Joy and Colors.

  • The Hindus of Maharashtra term the same festival as Gudi Padwa
  • The Marwari of Rajasthan as Thapna
  • The Sindhis, people from Sindh, as Cheti Chand
  • Manipuris as Sajibu Nongma Panba
  • The Hindus of Bali and Indonesia also celebrate as Nyepi

Fashion in Ugadi Festival in 2017:

Whether it is Holi, Ugadi, Diwali, or any other occasions fashion and style rift with arrival celebration Eve and it is incomplete without shopping any fashion products. So, with the arrival of this Ugadi, Gudi padwa just deck you with the coolest outfits and accessories on these days with diverse range products from ultimately stylish that stand you out from the crowd.

Being traditional just discover for the most stylish that you can grab everyone’s attention with your trendy looks with a colossal collection. So just steal for your shop without hurting your pocket with the best of your outfits with this Eve.

==> Here we go with Tradition in Ugadi<==

With the preparation of celebration Evening for the New Year, men and women in Karnataka dazzle themselves with new clothes and ornaments for this day.

Traditionally, the men boast up in a white or off-white linen shirt paired with a cotton lungi or long loin cloth that is embellished with gold zari which makes them perfect with the tradition outfit.

While visiting the temple, men also don the Angavastram, which is somewhat a rectangular cloth of a similar color and embellishment.

But contemporarily, in recent times gentlemen prefer wearing modernistic shirts and trousers. Both attires are completed with a gold chain with a gold wrist watch to match.And, Women swank with adorning hair with jasmine flowers in conjunction with accessorized  Jewelry consists of pure gold necklaces, earrings, and bangles in traditional motifs and get dressed up with lavish traditionally  clothes for this eve such as brocade sarees like Bangalore silk or Kanjivaram in rich colors with thick gold zari borders. Even the young girls blossom with the contemporary dress elaborately in silk lehenga cholis.

The ensemble is completed with strings of jasmine flowers in the hair and jewelry such as pearl necklaces, maang tikkas, and gold earrings.

And With Ugadi, also replenishing with the leading Indian ethnic wear with several brands that will make your celebrations brighter with its latest Spring Summer collection. The collection is crafted from various textiles while designs are inspired by numerous Indian art forms. The range consists of long, flowy, multi-layered looks highlighting different prints and zestful color palette.

The range consists of long, flowy, multi-layered looks highlighting different prints and zestful color palette.

The collection comprises of SKD (Salwar Kameez Dupatta), ethnic Mix n Match kurtas, palazzos, leggings,s kirts, shararas, unstitched pieces and BIBA Girls-the much loved Kids collection. Keeping with the festivity, the collection endorses shibori technique, subdued embroidery, chikankari and gotapati work along with traditional weaves. The silhouettes are contemporary yet traditional highlighting the perfect style for this occasion.

==>Types of Dresses to wear in Ugadi festival 2017

=> The beautiful chicken embroidered flared kurta with churidar along with chiffon dupatta with edge detailing is a perfect wear for the occasion.

=> The beautifully printed kurta in cotton voile trimmed with classy embroidery on placket when paired with churidars and printed dupatta will bring the best in you.

=> The beautiful Anarkali placement khari print on yoke and on kali with mirror embroidery and silver yarns with a short sleeve will lend an elegant look when paired with contrast pant or legging.
=> The smart looking A – long line kurta with front opening and band collar with contrast inner will lend a formal yet elegant look when teamed with a  churidar.
=> The smart looking A – long line kurta with front opening and band collar with contrast inner will lend a formal yet elegant look when teamed with a  churidar.
=> The stylish printed front open Jalidar kurta with printed borders at them when paired with knit churidar and printed dupatta from the Spring Summer collection for Girls’ will be a perfect gift for the little princess on occasion.
=> The stylish printed front open “Jalidar kurta” with printed borders at them, when paired with knit churidar and printed dupatta from the Spring Summer collection for Girls’, will be a perfect gift for the little princess on occasion.

Ugadi Festival Celebration in Maharastra:

People of Maharashtra also celebrates this auspicious eve as a “Gudi Padwa,”

It is also celebrated the very same day as Ugadi with a full endowment and follow their tradition and culture to celebrate this Indian festival. A maharashtraian wardrobe is incomplete without this ‘yards of Royalty.’ As, generally if Maharashtrians are not in a mood for complete traditional attire, they can always go for a Paithani.

Pair it with a trendy blouse and contemporary accessories being traditional For this occasion, the saree, is in a variety of bright colors, which got draped in such a way that the bottom half looks more collateral with the dhoti pants than a long skirt. The saree is embellished with gold on the border leaving behind the rest of the saree to be plain without any pattern. Women lavish with a garland of mogra flowers in the hair, which is tied in a bun, along with a wonderful ornamental gold nose pin. Most of the Marathi women think that traditional Maharashtrian hair style means a simple bun — ambada. But that’s not true. “Khopa (a traditional pattern of hair bun) looks elegant with Marathi attire. Adorn it with hairpins, broaches or traditional mudfool. With a simple eyeliner to get a smoky look.

Being in the Maharashtra culture and tradition Nauvari saree overture the grace of a lady. And, Gudi Padwa is the best occasion to put on a Nauvari and show off your cultural richness.The elegance of the saree, combined with the right jewelry, is unmatched.

However, draping the Nauvari can be complicated. The solution for this is a stitched, ready-to-wear Nauvari.  Apart from the regular Nath and Thushi, there a are myriad of options for you to try on. Kolhapuri saaj, mohanmal, bormal, chapalahaar, bugdi, kaan, vaki, putalyachi maal, ranihaar, lakshmihaar… the options are limitless, to give you an imperial look. Atul Thakker, the owner of an art jewelry shop, says, “Bajirao Mastani jewelry and Jai Malhar jewelry are currently trending. Women prefer to buy complete sets that they have seen in famous movies and serials. The look of Banu and Mhalsa is the most sought after. Jhumke, vel, tode and heavy sets are in demand.

UGADI FESTIVAL FASHION FOR MEN

Men also possess the traditional look, Though options for men are limited, they are worth a try. Men can opt for a simple salwar-kurta or experiment with a dhoti. Tying a pheta is a must to get the traditional look. Complete your look with a pair of Kolhapuri chappals and the Marathi Mavala is set to rock.

Many men and women also tie a turban around their heads in saffron colored cotton cloth.The New Year of Hindu is celebrated all over India with the different-different names in the month of Chaitra which symbolises the ascent of Victory And  a happy and prosperous wishes  to every friends and relatives and all the citizen to live in peace and harmony and celebrate the day by listening  the religious panchangam or almanac of the New Year.

Happy Ugadi Festival to All of You 🙂

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Anjana Rathaur

Anjana Rathaur is Professionally an Internet Marketer along with it, She loves writing in Fashion and Lifestyle and want to share her knowledge and practical experience among all. In her spare time, she usually loves to travel with her friends.

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