Wednesday, February 17, 2010

very full in flare at the kne

hagra: Traditionally worn by Pakistani gypsy tribe's woman, the modern Ghagra has been cleverly adapted to suit formal occasions for the young and daring Asian woman. This skirt is gathered at the waistline and generously flared. The Ghagra can be worn with a short blouse and a wide shawl or Dupatta.
Gharara: The trouser version of the Sharara! Originally the attire of the Nobility of Lucknow, in Northern India and is current favorite with many Pakistani brides. It is extremely elegant and very full in flare at the knee area. The Gharara has a concentration of work at the knee also known as the goat. It is worn with a kurti and full Dupatta. It can also be layered with a kurti and a transparent organza or tissue gown.
arara: An ornate and formal garment, commonly worn at wedding functions. The origins of the Sharara stem from the attire of the Mogul princesses. The long skirt has a join at the knee level. Below the knee, the skirt is fully flared, similar to bell bottoms worn in the sixties! The Sharara is full length and will gracefully sweep the floor as you walk and can worn with a long shirt/ kurti and a veil/dupatta to complete the look. Two deputes can be worn with this outfit, one is usually used as a veil for the head and the other is assembled on the shoulders.

Lenhga: A bias cut full-length skirt, similar to a ball gown. The Lenhga is usually worn on formal occasions, as are ball gowns! It is available in a vast variety of fabrics and styles. It is a graceful and charming outfit that will glide gracefully with you

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