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Ethnic wear refers to traditional dress worn by people belonging to a certain ethnic group or culture. They are important because they tell people about your belonging and wearing them is like showcasing your own culture or race. Wearing them is also a way of showing your respect for people who are gathered in traditional and religious ceremonies. The common types of ethnic wear that are worn in India are Kurta and Kurta Pyjama set for men and sarees, kurtas and kurtis for women.
Traditionally worn for formal functions and celebrations where you engage in traditional practices and prayer sessions, they have come to be considered as casual wear too. Ethnic wears now come in modern designs so that they can be worn in different settings and for a variety of occasions.
A printed sari can be paired with matching blouse and accessories for a birthday party or a marriage ceremony. You can wear kurtis with jeans or leggings when you are out to have some fun or engage in some energetic activity. You can wear a printed or embroidered churidar set to work, in case you are celebrating an ethnic day or to give a break to your normal dressing routine.
The first image that comes to the mind when the word dupatta is mentioned, is a long, flowing, colorful and vibrant piece of clothing. Dupattas, on their own, are a statement piece of clothing that can enhance the look of any ethnic outfit or complement their appearance. However, it is fascinating to note that dupattas have been in existence since the Indus valley civilization and they also have alternative names such as chunni and pacheri in most parts of india.
Not only is a dupatta just a piece of clothing, it serves multiple
purposes and women have found myriad uses to a dupatta. In the
Indian context, it is viewed as a feminine symbol of modesty.
Dupattas are designed in myriad ways with prints, colors, designs, mirror or zari work or just plain. The commonly used materials for dupattas extend to cotton, silk and chiffon.