Draped Designer Salwar Kameez

Hey!

I am back with a design of mine. Just have a glance…

 9T Draped Designer Kameez

Something to add:

This is a graceful A-line kameez paired with a chudidar in crimson chiffon. This kameez is beautified by an interlocking drape in two shades of chiffon – honeydew green and lemon yellow.  This drape creates an emphasis on crimson chiffon shell. Plain sleeves are made of lemon yellow chiffon over crimson chiffon. The sleeves are given a shirred effect at the centre. Cotton lining makes it comfortable. Honeydew green chiffon dupatta enhances the design. Below is a close-up view of kameez.

 9T 2 Close-up

Some tips:

This is a multi-purpose outfit. It is suitable for office, casual functions and small get-togethers. It is apt for almost all mild weather conditions. This stylish Indian outfit would complement extreme weather conditions like tropical summer too. But, how? It is just by changing the fabric and colour. For example, icy coloured cotton or linen with a contrast drape.

Here is a style tip table for your reference, Tantu’s enthusiast!

9T 3 Stype Tips Table

My thanks to my sweet sister, Shwetha Ulhas, for being my client and model 🙂 My sincere thanks to Shri Mohan (Setwell Tailors, By-pass Road, Puttur), for his excellent dress making. How can I forget you, dear enthusiast? Thank you so much for connecting to Tantu and for leaving a reply 🙂

Oh, I forgot to tell you! I am leaving to my native place tomorrow 🙂 So, please excuse me for any delay in replying.

Take care!

Bye until the next post!

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About sindhoooo

Hi, I am Sindhu Devi, an Indian Fashion Designer. I am a graduate in Fashion Design from Mangalore University, who bagged the first rank in the year 2006. I have enjoyed teaching Fashion Design for 5years. Currently I am a full time designer and a full time homemaker. I am passionate about designing as well as making of unique outfits and accessories, keen to share my design ideas in the blogosphere.
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20 Responses to Draped Designer Salwar Kameez

  1. Dr.Suvarnini Rao Konale says:

    One more wonderful piece of creativity.

  2. Magda says:

    It’s amazing!
    Kisses from Poland
    Magda and Agnes:)

  3. This is a beautiful design of Salwar Kameez.

  4. Christi says:

    Fab design! Your blog is really helpful 🙂 Take care.

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  7. Federico Stonebarger says:

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  8. Lane Schleimer says:

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  9. Bhuvana says:

    Very beautiful. Appreciated. Keep posting more like this.

  10. jeeva says:

    Very nice work 🙂
    Can u post how to stitch salwaar kameez with proper measurements

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