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  • What Trends are in for Festive Season

    It is that time of the year when you need to up your fashion scale and opt for something trendy for the upcoming festive season. Gone are the days of the flowery and flirty and it is time to welcome the cold shoulders, asymmetrical hemline and pocketed dresses. Although there will be always a few time-tested classics, new trends have made quite an impression on the fashion world. Let’s look at the some of the style trends that are becoming the buzz of the town.

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    Bold is beautiful, so do not hesitate to look for embellishments and embroideries on your sarees. Search for chikan anarkali and shadow sarees which have become the talk of the town. If you are in an experimental mood, you can look for opaque silk ornate and transparent sheers. And of course, for the innovative look, you can drape the six yards in different ways and go for blazer jackets, belted waists and shirt blouses to take your look to a different new level.

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    The 70’s classic look is back with a bang and so is gold. The Parveen Bhabi look of the 70’s with her velvet choker and gold silk gown is here right now! If fashion trends are to be believed, the metallic silver and gold are here to stay for good! The hint of the glimmer will definitely increase your glamour quotient. If you are choosing a metallic bottom, it is best to go for solid colours for the top.

    There is a striking change in patterns. Gone are the days of the floral; the new season has seen the advent of zigzags, stripes and a mix of checks which look not only quaint, but suave as well. Everyday dressing has become quite fun, because instead of the boring stripes and smooth checks you can choose a patterned blouse and team it up with your classic suit.

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    Bold slits in kurtas and the asymmetrical hem pattern have become quite popular among designers. The asymmetrical kurtas can be worn with palazzos, skirts, leggings and even a Patiala. The new collections of many designers have showcased the asymmetrical hem line in different ways. The high neck collar has come back with a bang and has made a foray into the corporate world. You can flaunt this style in conferences and meetings.

  • Style Trends for Monsoon Bride

    Remember Mira Nair’s ‘Monsoon Wedding’? Amidst all the chaos, clutter, skeletons coming out of the closet, the wedding held extreme fond memories for the guests and the moviegoers. It seems that everything was perfect at the end. It was romance and rejuvenation of spirits alright; monsoon can have that effect on you. If you are planning your D-day in the most romantic weather, here are a few pointers to help the monsoon bride.

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    Rains can be pretty unpredictable; so keep it light during the monsoon. Out with the heavy dresses and bling and keep it minimal. Check out the latest designs on lace, satin, georgette and net and choose a choli with intricate designs. For the lehenga, opt for a lighter ghagra or a lehenga. Before you start on the makeup, pay special attention to your hands and feet. Brides often tend to forget about their feet and hands in the middle of the last minute wedding rush. A regular non-hassle routine like scrubbing your feet and hands with warm water and soft soap or a piece of lemon can do wonders! It is extremely effortless, but gives you that extra shine on your wedding day.

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    Rain and humidity both act as spoilers for your hair. This is one thing that you really need to be careful about. Start a hair routine at least two or three months prior to the wedding date. Use a mild shampoo and a conditioner for your hair and wash it at least two or three times a week. You can opt for a weekly spa as well which will help to maintain the soft lustre look of the hair.

    Instead of going for dark colours, you can choose neon shades such as blue, green, peach or pink. Both suits and sarees in neon colours look good on brides. So, if you are choosing a light lehenga for the main event, you can stick to the neon shades for other functions such as sangeet or mehendi.

    It is best not to keep your hair open for the event; you should opt for a messy bun or a neat top knot or a simple braid and adorn it with fresh flowers.

  • Summer essentials you should spend on

    If dark colours and silk ruled the winters, pastel shades and comfortable fabrics are in this summer.

    Simaaya offers a range of cotton sarees in pastel shades with  interesting patterns and motifs. Floral pattern were the spring favourites and the trend continues in summer too.

    Let's have a look at some of the summer essentials you can pick up from our stores this season:

    Palazzo Salwar Suit

     

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    This nice rust-colour Palazzo Salwar Suit in cotton is what you will call comfortable and stylish. Team it up with chunky jewellery and you can step out for an evening out. There are more patterns and colours available at our stores.

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    The wedding season is on and you are looking for designer wears. This pink A-Line Lehenga With Attached Dupatta Presented By Anju Agarwal is just what you need. Perfect for the wedding party!

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    This eye-catchy golden handloom saree with resham work can be a nice party wear. We have an impressive range of handloom sarees which will surely find their way into your closet.

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    Jazz up the party wear this season. Experiment with pastel colours this summer. The saree is embellished with zari woven And stone work. Drop into our store to check out more collection.

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    This one is a breath of fresh air. The pink lehnga which has floral patterns embroidered is perfect for all you parties this summer. The material is also very comfortable.

    These are just some samples of what we have. Do drop in to our stores to check out our collection. You will be really spoilt for choices.

     

     

  • The June Bride

    A wedding dress is both an intimate and personal for a woman - it must reflect the personality and style of the bride.
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    The wedding season is here and so is the humid season. Our June bride is preparing for the D-day and we make sure she has the right lehenga for the occasion. The right colours, motifs and material will play a crucial role this summer.

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    Passion for Pink

     

    Simaaya has just the right blend for you, our June bride. Let's have a look at some of our lehnga collection:

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  • Ethnic Eid Special Collection 2017

    Eid is the most precious day in Islam, for celebration. Eid is celebrated around the world and since Eid is right around the corner everyone is busy doing their Eid shopping. Young girls and women prefer wearing Ethnic dresses.

    Celebrating Eid Festival, Simaaya Fashions brings the best Ethnic Wear at Online Shopping Store. Ethnic Wear will not only elevate your style but also make you blend into the festivities and you sure will be getting a lot of compliments. But every ethnic outfit was not created same. There are some really amazing outfit ideas that can transform you from an average to a super sweet style icon in seconds.

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    Simaaya offers the latest collection of women Salwar Kameez, Designer Sarees and much more which give you the beautiful and attractive look. Mostly, in India girls like to deck up embroidered work dresses, lace work and motif work is also preferred by the Indian women. We have picked the latest and most trending eid wear for Indian women. There are some awesome outfits that can put a spark in your personality. To compliment the entire outfit it is very important to accessorise the right jewellery with your dress. If you pick the perfect colour and adorn then you can surely enhance your beauty.

    If you are out of ideas and want to know more about latest style. Indian Ethnic dresses then this post is for you. Printed Anarkali Suits, Pakistani Suits, Straight Cut Salwar Suit, Patiala Suits, Lehenga Suits, Designer Asymmetric Suits- these dresses for Eid wear are amongst the most liked outfits for ladies.

    Printed Anarkali Suits

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    One thing that resonates grandeur and sheer elegance are a perfectly amazing Anarkali Salwar Kameez. It can take your Eid look to the ninth cloud. Just choose a perfect Anarkali and pair it with your favourite footwear and exclusive eid jewellery, then embrace yourself for the raining compliments.

    Pakistani Suits

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    The Pakistani style trouser suit is seriously as delicious as the Eid Sweets. Vehemently chosen stones and chikankari are some of the factors which spruce up the looks of Pakistani suits to celebrate Eid. You can experiment with designer necklines and sleeves with them. Wear traditional mang-tika and embellished pumps with this type of ethnic dresses. Put on your cheerful smile to celebrate Eid with its fortunate aura.

    Designer Sarees

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    There is nothing better, than a vibrant designer saree for any festive occasion. Mirror work saree with sequenced Pallu or a saree with heavy work is the best.

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    Eid collections of designers like Anju Agarwal, Anushree Agarwal, are beautiful and highly preferred by the Indian females.  Colours such as Green, pink, blue, white, orange, yellow and red are the favourite colours, especially Green, as green is meant for happiness and glory for Muslims and thus it feels good when you wear this hue at the time.

    So we hope you are all set to dazzle all the Eid parties and dinners. Check out the amazing Eid Special Collection at Simaaya.

  • Simaaya Celebrates The Inimitable Bond Between Mother And Daughter

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    She’s carried you inside her for nine months and brought you into this world. She’s held your hand while you took your first steps and picked you up when you fell down. She’s packed thousands of tiffin-boxes for you to take to school, helped you with homework, and had the chocolate ready on days you were sad. She’s seen you through all of the life’s moments, and she’s still there - her words of wisdom at the ready, her smile always getting you through it all.

    Do you really need a specific day to express your love for your mother? Every day should be the right day for this.
    The mother-daughter bond is special, sacred, and absolutely unique. One of the aspects that define it is the sari - the first sari a young girl wears - to a school programme or Saraswati Puja - is from her mother’s wardrobe. Together mother and daughter, over the years, go shopping for saris, the mother handing on her tastes and sensibilities and even some prized pieces from her collection.

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    To celebrate the beautiful bond between a mother and daughter, Simaaya organised “Mothers Drape Daughters”, a programme at which actress Bidipta Chakraborty and her daughter Meghla were present. Meghla said, “She first wore her mother’s saree on her first dance performance. My favourite colour is black and blue.” Bidipta inherited a lot of sarees from her mother. She said, “I love to wear sarees in any occasion. My style is very simple. I love mostly cotton sarees with contrast blouse, with a big red bindi on a forehead and simple contemporary jewelleries to finish my look. My favourite colour is green.”

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    “Here at Simaaya, we have both traditional and modern saris, that would suit every taste and would compel any shopper to pick up a few. We believe that every single day is Mother’s Day, and our programme was aimed at highlighting the sweet mother-daughter relationship,” said Mr. Rachit Agarwal, director of Simaaya.

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    The sari never goes out of style. It is suited to every lady out there - whether young or old. Simaaya’s celebration of the sari as one of the defining characteristics of the mother-daughter relationship is sure to find much favour and appreciation.

  • Simaaya Celebrates The Inimitable Bond Between Mother And Daughter

    "Growing up, I picked up your style and nuances
    I would copy you, emulate your persona adamances
    Mom, You taught me graceful demeanour
    You brought me up with love and splendour
    For I belong to you, and you to me,
    To walk in your footsteps is what I choose to be"

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    From the time you tried on your mom's saree for the first time, to the time she finally gets you ready for your wedding day, the bond between the mother and a daughter is one to be cherished and celebrated.

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    To thank our treasure trove, our moms, on the occasion of Mother's Day, Simaaya came up with an unique idea of raising a toast to this bond between the mother and the daughter with saree as a prop. We organized a special event called the 'Mothers Drape Daughters' where mothers draped their daughters in beautiful sarees with a lot of love and care.

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    Actress Bidipta Chakraborty and her daughter Meghla were our special guests for the day. As the theme goes, Bidipta draped her darling daughter in a beautiful Simaaya saree. "I first wore my mother’s saree for my first dance performance. My favourite colour is black and blue,"  said Meghla.

    Bidipta, on the other hand, herited a lot of sarees from her mother and she simply adores them. " I  love to wear sarees in any occasion. My style is very simple. I love mostly cotton sarees with contrast blouse, with a big red bindi on forehead and simple contemporary jewelleries to finish my look. My favourite colour is green," she said.

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    Here at Simaaya, we have both traditional and modern saris, that would suit every taste, and would compel any shopper to pick up a few. We believe that every single day is Mother’s Day, and our programme was aimed at highlighting the sweet mother-daughter relationship,” said Mr. Rachit Agarwal, director of Simaaya.

    Sarees are passed on from generation to generation and are treasured possessions. A lady's wardrobe is incomplete without a saree. And, Simaaya offers you a beautiful range of sarees of all varieties and works. Buy them and give it to your daughters and granddaughters, for that's how your love will live on.

  • Colours to Keep in Mind while Restocking your Closet

    How many times have you taken out all your clothes from the closet and wondered for the umpteenth time that you have nothing suitable to wear? This can mean two things; either your wardrobe needs a complete revamp or you are a shopaholic who simply collects but never shops wisely! You can view this as a good opportunity to restock your closet and bring in new cuts, designs and colours.

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    You cannot build a colour palette unless you are aware of your own style or choice or colours. Some shades like black, brown, beige and blue are universal, they are classic and can be effortlessly teamed up with other shades. Including them in your colour palette is a good idea, especially if you are partially cleaning out the old stock. If these shades are your main colours, choose a secondary set of shades as neutrals and accents. This should be varied enough so that they can be mixed with other colours for a good ensemble. You will be wearing a lot of the main colours, so buy jackets, trousers, shoes and coats of the same shade. For a neutral canvas, you can opt for muted shades and pastel tones, like different shades of pink and blue. Your accessories like your scarves, ties, tops which you would generally pair up with your basics should be your accent colours.

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    Once you have decided on your base and accent/highlight colours, it is time to bring out your imaginative self and play around with the shades. Good thing about black and white shades is that you can be quite flexible with these shades and can integrate them easily in your outfits. There are many ways you can do it. With block dressing, you can one solid colour from your palette and combine with not more than two other shades. In block dressing, you can have coloured shirts, shorts or small items and mix them with neutral shades like a leather jacket or a pair of denim jeans. To add a bit of variety to the way you dress, you can opt for tonal dressing; choose a single colour which acts almost like a theme and wear different shades of that colour in your outfit. This gives you a lot of liberty in choosing your shades and experiment with shades.

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    While restocking, it is good to go minimalistic. You can be imaginative with colours even when you are being a minimalist. Often there are shades which make us happy and integrating them in your wardrobes can make you feel good. You may have happy memories associated with the colour yellow or feel serene in green. Do not forget to add those colours to your closet, because the ultimate aim is to feel good while wearing your dress!

  • Runway To Altar- Be The Stand Out Bride

    Now that your bridal lehenga is all ready and outstanding, teamed up with the most beautiful shoes and accessories, what about your bag?

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    A handbag is one of the most essential accessory for a woman and most important for a bride. It is your handbag that will complete your look, hold your quick touch up kits and your emergency kit as well, and at the same time will have to compliment your attire as well. You cannot just pick up any random bags it is your wedding after all.

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    Simple and elegant in its look this leather clutch, with metal chains and detailing is what makes this bag, a piece of beauty, reflecting sheer elegance. Team this up with your gown on the Cocktail party before your wedding day or you can team this up with your bridal wear to stand out from the stereotyped bridal look.

    Prints All The Way

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    Prints are here to stay. The vibrant print or should we say hand painting on leather is what makes this sling bag a stand out piece. The USP of this bag is the versatility as well as the Stand out element which is packed in the same bag. Team this up with a monochrome Lehenga and crop top on your Mehendi ceremony and you are ready to steal the show.

    Bring in some Shine

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    Metals are here to stay with all its shimmer and glitter. This bag from Simaaya is all but screams this out loud. The metal finish on leather bags, with leather detailing can add a touch of glam to your look. A perfect pick for your post wedding party, this bag can be teamed up with an LBD or gowns at the same time

    Go Boho

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    This beautiful arm candy by Simaaya is elegant, classy and spacious at the same time. If you are up for some fun on your reception and game to don a boho look, carry this leather backpack to your reception. Wear it on your back or carry it like a handbag, this bag is sure to grab you a whole lot of attention.

  • Exclusive Sarees For Poila Baisakh

    Exclusive Sarees For Poila Baisakh

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    The Bengali New Year celebration is popularly known as Poila Baisakh. It is the first day of the Bengali New Year and usually falls in mid April every year. When it comes to dressing up for Poila Baisakh, there is nothing more elegant and graceful than a traditional Indian Saree. There are numerous traditional sarees made all around Bengal that will make you look appealing. Here is a list of sarees one can wear for the auspicious occasion of Poila Baisakh.

    Tussar Silk Sarees

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    Tussar Silk is produced in several places, but it is produced on a large scale in West Bengal. The patta and buti style of the saree is a favourite among Bengali women. The kantha stitch work is most often seen on tussar silk sarees. It is famous among women of all ages and is available in different colours. You can team up a tussar silk saree with a full sleeve blouse and chunky oxidized jewelleries. Flaunt your charismatic personality by wearing a tussar silk saree, while you go out for dinner with your friends on a Poila Baisakh evening.

    Dhakai Jamdani

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    It is generally transparent and is woven with a mixture of silk and cotton. A favourite among Bengali women. A Jamdani is worn on special occasions. The touch and feel of Dhakai Jamdani saree is soft. Dhakai Jamdanis of all colour combinations are available online. You can team up a matching brocade blouse and wear golden jewellery with a Dhakai Jamdani saree in order to look mesmerizingly gorgeous. Look elegant by wearing a Dhakai Jamdani saree at a family get together on Poila Baisakh.

    Taant

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    Whenever we think of any Bengali saree, we visualize someone wearing a crisp cotton white saree with red border. The colour combination of Taant saree doesn't stick to the monotonous red and white colour combination, the taant sarees are available in different patterns and motifs with floral,"buti" and "gamcha" designs. Geometric and quirky patterns have also become quite famous nowadays. These light, bright and transparent sarees are most preferable in the hot and humid climate of Bengal. You can team up simple golden earrings and a long golden chain with a Taant saree. Look simple yet stylish by wearing a Taant saree, while you go out for lunch on a Poila Baisakh afternoon.

    Printed Sarees

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    Nowadays printed sarees are highly in demand. Printed sarees are crafted with fine quality chiffon, Georgette etc.The prints which are mostly used these days are digital, floral, animal, polka dots, geometric and abstract prints. Printed sarees are light in weight and are easy to carry. Some smooth makeup and a stylish blouse will make you look like a style diva at a Poila Baisakh evening get together with family and friends.

    There are various online stores that offers a wide range of sarees for Poila Baisakh, like handloom sarees, tussar silk sarees, printed sarees etc. These online stores not only provides you with an extensive range of options to choose from but are also designed according to the latest fashion trends. Famous for its splendid collection and budget friendly prices, Simaaya is one such online store that has always tried to satisfy the customers and  has never compromised with the quality of products. So visit the various online stores and buy a gorgeous saree for yourself this Poila Baisakh.

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Asha Bharech

" Green is my favourite colour and I bought a pale green faux Georgette sari from Simaaya for this Bengali New Year. Wherever I went, the sari was the talk of the town. "

Sonia

" I have bought a beautiful lehenga in wine shade for my friend's wedding. The golden zari work makes it look simply fabulous. Extremely happy with the quality of the material. "

Aisha

" I love green colour and bought a pale green one from Simaaya. It is made of faux Georgette and has beautiful floral print on it. I had bought it for the Bengali New Year and it was the talk of the town! "

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