Red Salwar Suit
Fire, passion, love, desire, courage and determination, red is a culmination of all these emotions and many more. From being the colour of choice for a Hindu bride's wedding dress to symbolising purity and the victory of good over evil, red coloured garments have long been an integral part of Indian traditions. Red is primarily a colour of joy, prosperity, and good luck, giving it a truly internationally appeal and cultural significance across different countries.
A red salwar kameez speaks volumes about your personality as it radiates positive energy that is infectious. So bold and adaptable is the colour that a red dupatta, when added to a blue or grey ensemble, creates a remarkably dramatic effect. The opposite holds true as well. Pick a gold dupatta to go with the Full Sleeve Embroidered Abaya Style Suit or an elegant midnight blue one for the maroon coloured straight-cut Georgette Salwar Kameez, and witness magic, happen before your very eyes.
When looking for oodles of glamour and unmatched class, a red salwar kameez guarantees an aura that is welcoming with a hint of cheekiness. A common misconception about red ethnic dresses is that they are meant only for weddings. On the contrary, its effect when matched with the right fabric and style can be quite modern. Take the twin coloured Jenifer Winget Georgette Anarkali Kameez or the Red Net Abaya Style Suite with elaborate zari and resham embroidery, and you will notice that they can give any western styled gown a run for its money. Just like the little black dress is an indispensable component in any girl’s wardrobe, so is a red salwar kameez. It adds an extra dash of couture complexity and cheerfulness to any collection that can only come from an emotionally charged colour such as red.