SHRINGARIKA

                                              “  विधु वदनी सब भांति सवारी

                                              सोह न बसन बिना बर  नारी

Apparels are considered to be an essential fragment in the shringar of the women. A woman couldn’t gaze enamor and enchant with only putting solah shringar. That’s why array of women are given an abundant emphasis in our Indian culture. One has to be admirable in order to look exquisite and to be acclaimed. Solah shringar refers to the sixteen adornments of a Woman for beautification. The term shringar is also associated with Goddess Lakshmi, who is a model wife and the representation of female beauty, good luck, prosperity and fertility. Solah Shringar is representation of feminity and our culture.

The shringar of the women normally starts with the bride wearing her wedding dress.

The empress does not require any prologue among the fashion buffs around the world. And the empress is none other than jaya misra.

Jaya misra collections are unique and innovative. She has nurtured an exclusive and unparallel style of her own. She has created bridal collections that are truly magnetic, luring and comfortable. Her astonishing sense of mixing colors along with the traditional look with a modern touch and sensuous feeling is leading her to produce stunning bridal collections one after the other.
The designer’s collection is an ode to the complicated inner lives of women. Lehengas, cholis, flowy suits, saris there is everything you can associate fashion with and also it defines today’s women. The lehenga’s are adorned with gold work Swarovski with velvet cut work, , brocade, sequins, zardosi, kasab and other ornamentation and fabrics like chiffon, georgette, lace, net and velvet made it all the more classier.

An extravagant design with the beautiful colors like beij, Prussia, blue, grey, red, wine are used and ofcorse in the shades of maroon, black and also brown color. Different cuts and styling like Patiala with short kurtis, mostly draped designs are there, the suits are uneven and flowy and also many varieties has been used.  The colors red &maroon which are fit for any bride, take centre stage in her new collection which was inspired by ‘the adornments of the bride’. The exquisite traditional detail work leaves me breathless with its beauty.

The above combines with the modern flair to create stunning outfits.

The designer has addressed the issue of environments damage that the clothing industry causes. The garments are sophisticated and fashionable but the soul is Indian.

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