Affordable Ethnic Designer Wear To Don This Diwali: My Lust-List From Ekatrra

November 09, 2015

So it’s here, finally! Diwali, the festival of light and happiness is just around the corner now and we pretty much want to start the shopping spree in a few days, concerning how we always buy new outfits and other stuff for ourselves. Keeping in mind the range of apparels and accessories we set out for, I think it is best suited if we try the shopping online. There are many such websites; especially nowadays we find so many Indian wear/ethnic wear websites which range from a variety of amount we spend on them.


Ekatrra is the website which offers you to find exclusive collections of designers from India who encourage the craftsmanship and hence creating work opportunities for the Artisans. Diwali is the best time to check out these apparels prepared for such auspicious times which come once in a year. These compilations show not just the intricate traditional manner but also the tinge of blending in contemporary style and uniqueness to every set you opt for. Designer in every sense and series of light to intense outfits suiting the choice of the customer. One of the labels Bhhanvi by Shatakshi co ordinates the clothes with such an approach that will win your heart and make your look gorgeous. Each of the designers’ way of pulling out their innovative style and presenting it immaculately encourages the eager customers to bring out their best of looks in the festive seasons. Assortment of tints and colors, heavy and light embroidery with a distinctive way of adorning the clothing makes way for Ekatrra in the customary world. Further, if you are carrying any doubts or anything as to what you should go for according to you built and fashion sense or what kind of accessory you should combine with your ethnic wear then you can enquire it to the Ekatrra team.


One of the finest attire I found was a drape saree with bolero and pants; it is a teal coloured dress and will make the eye-catchers on stand on their tip of feet. So guys call in the inner Indian persona of yours and make this Diwali a designer one! J

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