Traditional or Contemporary: Here’s to Dressing Up for the India of Our Dreams
  • Posted By: Tacfab
  • Published: 04/08/2021
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Traditional or Contemporary: Here’s to Dressing Up for the India of Our Dreams

India is all set to celebrate her 75th Independence Day. This milestone means a lot for every citizen of the country and we at Tacfab are also looking forward to the special day. While we all celebrate this this day in our own little ways, our team got together to chalk out a list of outfits that would be perfect for you to flaunt as you plan the celebration. From very traditional suit sets to suit sets with a contemporary flavour, we’ve got you covered.

Dressing up in tricolour was the obvious thought and we decided to give it a little twist by sharing these recommendations which will work for the traditional as well as contemporary you. So here you go!

Deep Safron or Kesari

The top band on the Indian flag is painted in saffron colour. It is indicative of the strength and valour that our country stands for.

Traditional Reco: Nothing beats brocade weaves if you’re looking for a traditional outfit. This orange Chanderi suit set has zari weaving all over with a Chiffon dupatta. The dupatta also boasts of a zari border and will look best when pinned around the shoulders to showcase the border beautifully.

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Contemporary Reco: Get your hands on this Modal Cotton suit set in a combination of fawn and orange to add a bit of modernity to your Independence Day celebrations. While the kurta has floral digital print and embroidered highlights, the Modal Silk dupatta has stylish floral motifs printed all over.

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White and Blue

The white middle band of the Indian national flag represents peace and purity, while the blue Chakra is symbolic of truth.

Traditional Reco: Here is a white suit set, with the perfect touch of blue to add happiness to your day. The Cotton Linen kurta boasts of digital print and embellishments, and the dupatta with print all over further adds to the look.

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Contemporary Reco: This light-coloured kurti set is a super comfortable and stylish option if you like to keep it simple. From the geometric pattern digital print on the kurta to the chevron print on the pants, you’d love to carry this kurti set.

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Green

The green band of the flag denotes the fertility, growth, development and auspiciousness of the land that we call home.

Traditional Reco: Any traditional wardrobe would be incomplete without a classic Banarasi suit set. And what better than a shade of green for it! This sea green Chanderi suit set boasts of a plain kurta which helps highlight the rich Banarasi Silk dupatta with heavy brocade zari weaving in gold.

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Contemporary Reco: A beautiful amalgamation of traditional and modern, this green Cotton suit set has traditional floral motifs on the kurta and a contemporary chevron print with zari borders on the dupatta. And if you get it now, you get a special FLAT 50% off during Tacfab’s End of Season Sale. What’s not to love?

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