Trendy in Tradition - Indian Ethnic Wear for Women
If you have taken a break from ethnic wear over the last few years to experiment with Western trends, you may not realize what you have been missing out on! Ethnic wear never goes out of fashion in India thanks to the country’s timeless sartorial heritage. And yes, Global Desi’s introduction of brand-new design elements in ethnic wear is something you should certainly be excited about. Brimming with freshness, our latest collection of ethnic gowns and dresses includes innovative add-ons seamlessly integrated in Indian fashion. Features such as in-cut sleeves, intricate mirror work, sequin details, a range of fitting styles, varied necklines, belts, tie-up tassels, booti prints, box pleats, and tribal foil adorn our ethnic dresses. Check out our line of Indian ethnic wear today and see how trendy traditional ensembles can actually be.
For each ethnic dress in our catalogue, we have worked with three abiding principles: to make the wearer feel stylish, to make the wearer feel comfortable, and to make the wearer experience pleasure from wearing our creation for a long time to come. In light of these considerations, we have taken special care to pick our fabrics carefully from a handpicked selection of fabrics, which include polyester, viscose, and spandex. Our party wear ethnic gowns are available in a wide range of colours including ivory white, harbour grey, berry maroon, royal blue, and currant purple. Inspired by our country’s varied plethora of traditional sartorial crafts, each of our ethnic dresses and gowns gives the wearer an enviable versatility. You can wear any item from our catalogue to an office party, a social event at home, or to a festive gathering—wherever you go, our creations are bound to turn heads.
Since 2007, when Global Desi entered the ethnic clothing market in India, our brand has been striving to introduce the beauty and novelty of traditional Indian fashion to the world. In our journey, so far, we have tried to cater to the unique needs and aspirations of Indian women as well as the exacting requirements of their lives. Our catalogue of maxis, dresses, jumpsuits, kurtas, tunics, tops, jackets, trousers, skirts, assorted jewellery, and footwear have been shaped around their requirements and desires. Thanks to the steadfast loyalty of our patrons, we enjoy a presence across 146 exclusive brand outlets and over 400 multi-brand outlets across the country.
For purchases over Rs.800, we offer free delivery. Our products are usually delivered within 4–5 days of order placement. A non-refundable charge of Rs.100 is deducted for orders below this purchase amount. We offer worldwide delivery to all countries, except Mauritius and Russia.
On the off chance that you are not completely satisfied with our products, you may avail our return policy within 15 days of making a purchase. Many of our featured products can be exchanged for an item of another colour, size, or style. Returns can be initiated through a courier service for online orders or by visiting any of our physical stores around India.
Pulling off an ethnic dress always requires at least a baseline level of knowledge about add-ons and styling techniques. What jewellery should you wear along with an ethnic gown? How should you tie your hair when you don a traditional dress? What shoes can be paired with an ethnic dress set? These are some of the most essential questions to be answered before you sport any item of ethnic wear with a measure of modishness.
To begin with the basics, let’s consider the Taupe Foil Print Maxi Dress, a charming old-world creation in a dawn grey hue. In order to synchronize shades with the colour of the foil print, we recommend prettying up the ensemble with a pair of silver fan earrings, a leather bracelet, and a pair of off-white cloth juttis. For a more festive look, we recommend picking the Maroon Tribal Print Knit Maxi Dress, which presents a charming golden tribal design against a majestic background of maroon. To embellish this lovely ethnic dress, we suggest adding on a golden cuff bracelet, a pair of copper dangler earrings, and wine red Kolhapuris. The Blue Embroidered Maxi Dress would be our top choice for a Holi or Diwali get-together, as its bright composition would harmoniously fit into these colourful festivals. A green choker necklace, a pair of kangans, and blue ballet flats can complete the attire. For a date night, the Jarida Sleeveless Flowing Maxi Dress is a perfect choice. Bedecked with chandelier earrings, a shiny plastron necklace, and a pair of purple kitten heels, this dress cannot fail to impress.
Global Desi prides itself on a catalogue that is always changing to make way for new, dashing sartorial creations that open spaces for the fashion trends of tomorrow. Therefore, check in from time to time to keep your wardrobe up-to-date and make sure that you don’t miss any of our offers.