Prints in floral designs are evergreen. They bloom on any occasion, in any season and on anyone, says Aashita Gupta.


There is a garden waiting to bloom in every heart. Floral prints do not need trends, fashion or for making an appearance worth noticing. They are timeless and eternal in their charm.

Ethnicwear for women has never seen such a strong trend that holds its own through the ages. So, if you have not yet experimented with floral prints on Indian ethnicwear, it could be time for you to get started.


1.        Floral lehenga


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Take your love for floral motifs to new heights with designer lehengas available online. They come alive with intricate and vibrant floral embroidery, artwork or prints. The end result is simply spectacular. Floral lehengas whisper elegance and look striking.

Lehengas have conquered the world with their sheer sense of opulence and feminity. A spray of flowers could be just the right touch.


2.       Flowers for Anarkali


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Anarkali suits have an eternal charm that has cascaded down history. Teamed with floral prints, they prove to be a must-have in the wardrobe in the wardrobe of every woman. The flowing lines of the anarkali kurta team up perfectly with the magic of floral

prints. Fretting over what to wear at the next wedding? Stun them all with a floral anarkali. The grace of an anarkali and the light floral design make it a good combination also for parties. Salim would approve.


1.               Palazzos with a floral edge


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The elegance and comfort of palazzo suits have made them hugely popular. Match the swish of the palazzo with floral prints on the kurta. The result is a combination that is cool, comfortable and colourful.


2.                  Bouquets, not brickbats, for the kurta


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The kurti has proved its merit on the ramp and made place for itself in many a wardrobe. Teamed with floral motifs, the kurti looks dressy and right for any occasion. Floral kurtis spell romance. They go well with pants, palazzos and jeans. If that is not universal, what is?


3.       Flowers for the Indian gown


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Looking for some global appeal? Reach out for an enthralling Indian gown that is shamelessly in love with florals. A must-have for day wear, these Indian gowns are among the most popular creations among latest Indian fashion.

So, choose which one it will be: the rose or the lily, the orchid or the very Indian lotus.


About the author:


Aashita has completed her masters in Journalism from St. Xaviers college, Mumbai. She is currently working as Content strategist for, and diffusing the wave of incredibly interesting fashion and beauty write ups for the key players.