Who doesn’t love a great piece of ethnic wear? Be it an informal, semi-formal, or even formal event, add the right set of accessories, and you are ready to seize the day with your elegance. Rakshabandhan is around the corner, and while we are on the topic of ethnic clothes, what can be a better reason to add another charming piece to your collection?
Raksha Bandhan History
Historically, it is believed that during the Mahabharata, Draupadi, wife of the Pandavas, tore a piece of cloth from her saree to tie around Lord Krishna’s wrist. The fabric was to prevent the bleeding from his wrist. Lord Krishna then promised always to keep her safe; thus, a brother-sister bond formed between them. Since then, the Rakhi festival is celebrated as the symbol of love and promise of protection shared between a brother and sister.
About Raksha Bandhan, it is about celebrating the love of brothers for their sisters. According to the Hindu calendar, Raksha Bandhan falls on Rakhi Pournami, the full moon day of the Hindu month, Shravana. As the tradition goes, sisters tie rakhi on their brother’s wrist as a symbol of their prayers for his safety. Brothers, in turn, give them the gift of protection from all evil. Rakhis are symbolic of sacred feelings and well wishes.
Today’s Raksha Bandhan is all about rekindling the sacred bond between a brother and sister and cherishing a few moments together in their busy lives. Like every Indian festival, Rakhi is a reason to wear new clothes, eat your favorite delicacies, have fun with family and celebrate togetherness.
The festival of Raksha Bandhan is another reason to go on a shopping spree and find that trendy Raksha Bandhan dress, which you can fall in love with at first sight. With the corona situation going on, going out is still not safe at many places, but don’t worry; we, at Kreeva, bring you the latest trendy collection of Indian clothes online with secure delivery options at your doorstep. This Rakshabandhan, shop for the best quality womens ethnic dresses and rakhi special dresses, and avail huge discounts on all products.
The question is: What’s the best dress for raksha bandhan? Finding the perfect Raksha Bandhan clothes that are trending can be quite time-consuming. Before you get lost in the wide variety of clothes available online, here are a few tips on what’s trending and what you can buy for your special day:
Any list of ethnic clothes is never complete without a saree. From the different fabrics and prints to modern styles, you can find a saree for every occasion. Sarees for Raksha Bandhan is a great excuse to add another traditional dress for raksha bandhan to your collection. Your Raksha Bandhan saree can be of chiffon if you are going for a semi-formal light look, or you can go all the way into the festive mode with brocades. If you are not willing to put money into a heavy saree, style a simple, single color saree and color-block it with a multi-color or contrast, heavily embroidered blouse!
If you like to dress simple but elegantly, this Raksha Bandhan, steal the show with single color rakhi designer suits of salwar kameez paired with a bright-colored, heavy dupatta to add that festive charm. The shade of the suit will add the subtle elegance, and the dupatta will add the much-needed pop of color. With Anarkali and Dhoti style salwar suits, floor-length Kurti suits, pant style suits, and many more styles to choose from, at Kreeva online shop, you can be sure to find the one that suits your body type the best.
An alternative to the traditional lehenga choli is the trending mix of Indo-western gowns. Available in every color and fabric that you can think of, gowns have taken the market by the storm. Comfortable to wear and without the hustle of managing your dupatta, indo-western designer gowns are a go-to choice for rakhi dresses this year.
If festivals and traditional outfits are synonyms for you, this year, slay the day with the very traditional lehenga choli dresses. Gone are the days where lehenga choli only meant lots of glitter, mirrors, and heavy Zari work. This Raksha Bandhan celebration, go for a subtle yet elegant look with our floral printed lehenga choli collection. The bright colors with beautiful prints are sure to steal everyone’s heart at once.
What can be better than a piece of clothing that can be paired with a variety of tops? Color-block your classic skirt with a crop top or slit Kurti to get that lehenga look with the light fabric of skirts. You can even go for a slitted skirt and add comfort to beauty. Pair a printed skirt with a contrasting single-colored plain Kurti or crop top to get the festive look, to get a perfect rakhi festival dress, ideal for an afternoon of fun and bonding.
“I have got enough clothes”, said no woman ever. If you are confused about what to give your sister this Raksha Bandhan, we have the perfect solution for you, clothes. Put your favorite smile on your sister’s face this year with the best dress. If you are confused about what Rakhi special gifts to buy, here is a list of things you can get for your sister:
Get your sister a single-colored silk Kurti in her favorite color, and she will thank you every time she wears it, which will be a lot of times. Single-colored Kurti paired with pants will make it an ideal choice for semi-formal and formal events, and the silk fabric will give the Kurti the festive touch when paired with palazzos or skirts.
A heavy brocade dupatta can instantly turn a plain salwar kameez of any style into festive traditional wear. A beautiful ethnic dupatta will even change the look of her formal pant style suits and make them fit for festivals or social gatherings.
After a plain Kurti and heavy dupatta, the one thing that is a must-have is an Indo-western dress. It can be a simple dhoti salwar paired with a crop top or a palazzo Kurti set, but you can never go wrong with Indo-western!
To slay any occasion in your traditional outfit, buying the attire isn’t enough. The way you style your outfit can change the overall look. With the right styling tips, you can even glam up your plain outfits to give them a festive touch. Here are some tips to help you style your dress to make it the best Rakshabandhan dress:
One of the trendy clothing accessories, capes, can be styled with most of your Kurtis, crop tops, and blouses. A wrap or a traditional jacket is the way to add the
wow factor to your outfits instantly.
Style your Rakhi special suits by adding a stylish ethnic cloth belt or a bright-colored dupatta to immediately change the look of your plain outfits with a dash of bright color.
The first rule of styling is never to mix too many different prints. Prints and solid colors balance out each other to give you just the right amount of elegance.
Smaller prints will make you look taller. If you are going for a mix and match look, make sure your outfit has one print, color, or lace, common to every piece.
While most prints and designs are made keeping a general body structure in mind, choose a cut that suits your body. The print on your clothes can make you
look short or tall. Be careful to select the one which makes you look more graceful.
We bring you a vast range of dress for raksha bandhan. With the huge variety of traditional Rakshabandhan dresses to choose from, you can surely find your unique dress for Rakhi. The store is offering a huge discount of 50% off on all Raksha Bandhan special dresses. Head over to their store to get the dress of your choice at a discounted rate!
Since everyone’s body is unique, the custom sizes of readymade clothes rarely fit everyone. We alter your readymade clothes for you according to the size you want and save you from the hustle of finding a tailor to get the job done. The store also has excellent return and refund services. If the product was damaged in any way, you can easily return the dress and get your refund. In case the fabric or style didn’t suit you, you can exchange the dress for store credits, which can be used later. With an impressive Rakhi dress collection to choose from and easy return and stitching policies, celebrate Rakhi in style with the latest and trendy clothes from Kreeva. Happy Raksha Bandhan!