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Delightful festivals are a part of the diverse Indian culture. Not only are the vivacious merriments a part of the festivities, but each occasion also holds a religious significance too. Cultural customs and traditions are performed to embark on every auspicious occasion. People immerse themselves in worshipping the deities. Family get-togethers, poojas, traditional luncheons are a part of the festivities. People take a break from their busy lives to indulge themselves in the frolics of the festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi, Raksha Bandhan, Diwali, Navratri to name a few. It involves chanting of Vedic hymns and Hindu shlokas, mantras, bhajans, aarti and getting together for family luncheons and dinners. Men and women dress up in ethnic attires for the pooja at home and visit relatives to seek blessings of God and celebrate the festival with their close ones.
Shop traditional outfits for pooja at Pernia’s Pop-Up Shop:
Women adorn their ethnicity performing traditional customs clad in traditional outfits like sarees, kurta sets, Anarkali, salwar kameez, lehenga and adorn traditional jewellery pieces like jhumka, bangles and necklaces while men don ethnic attires like kurta pyjama, bandi jackets, bandhgala, Jodhpur. Fusion wear has gained quick popularity amongst the youth who like to take a leeway from basic ethnic wear. It has a statement of its own. Contemporary meets traditional or modern meets old-world charm or desi with a twist; fusion styles have been ruling the fashion world in all its glory. It has a certain buoyant and edgy appeal that cuts the monotony of regular traditional silhouettes and blends in any festive occasion easily. So, with festivities right around the corner, elevate our wardrobe with stellar fusion outfits to ace your puja look by our top designers exclusively available at Pernia's Pop-Up Shop. Ditch your regular cholis for an off shoulder, cold shoulder, ruffle accents or cape style from Amaira collection to add more zest to the look. Level up your ethnic game in this sure-fire stunner cape style lehenga choli set for Diwali puja rituals.
Who would have thought a comfy silhouette like a kurta or tunic would flatter you like a dress. It makes for a perfect pick for Raksha Bandhan which will transition you from puja to party with the siblings in a jiffy. Ikat, indigos, brocades, embroidered or block-printed; flouncy and fluttery kurta dresses are all parts fun and flirty. Take the trend a notch a higher with a wrap over tunic dress by AM: PM And we can’t explain how tunic dresses by Payal Pratap Singh tempt us to own them all. Kotis teamed over a salwar kameez ensemble are a perfect option for a housewarming puja. Also, jacket sarees are creating a buzz amongst the fashionistas. The trend flared like majorly when Sonam first wore a jacket ditching her saree blouse. A light printed saree is just right to wear for decadent dinners after your Karwa Chauth pooja. You can choose a traditional lehenga for Karwa Chauth pooja to channel an ethereal ethnic appeal. A traditional hand-weaved saree, lehenga or a floor length Anarkali for Mata Ki Chowki is a perfect pick. Create a vivid contrast by adding classic modernity to a heritage ensemble by teaming a chic button-down shirt with a beautifully crafted Anita Dongre lehenga skirt. Kurta Palazzo sets by Dheeru & Nikita work perfectly when you wish to go effortless on your style for puja and traditional occasions.
Designer wear for ethnic looks for Puja and traditional rituals:
Checkout designer Pooja wears for women from the collections of designers like Sawan Gandhi, I am Design, Priyanka Gupta, Anita Dongre, Nikasha, Payal Pratap, Rohit Bal, Nachiket Barve, Raw Mango, Sukriti & Akriti, Manish Malhotra, Prathyusha Garimella, Punit Balana, AM: PM, Soup by Sougat Paul, Namrata Joshipura, Payal Singhal and more. Designer kurta sets, sarees and anarkalis are your go-to outfits for all things occasional and celebratory.
Celebrity-spottings to inspire your ethnic look for Puja:
Take cues from Katrina Kaif's look wearing a Masaba saree for Durga Puja or Rani Mukherjee in a Masaba kurta set in a yellow kurta set to ace your style for such traditional occasions. Madhuri Dixit, Sonam Kapoor and Dia Mirza, too have showcased the best ethnic charm in signature House of Kotwara kurta sets which boasts the perfect essence needed for your Puja look.
Shop designer wear collection for the occasion of Puja:
Pernia's Pop-Up Shop fashions online brings to you the top runways picks from prestigious fashion events like Lakme fashion week, Amazon Fashion Week and Bangalore Fashion Week. Pernia's Pop-Up Shop caters to a global clientele and customers from places around the world like London, Paris, New York, Australia, Singapore, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata etc. have loved the designer outfits and accessories at Pernia's Pop-Up Shop Online. Along with grand festive occasions like Diwali, Christmas, Eid, Pernia's Pop-Up Shop also displays a huge variety of kurta sets, sharara. lehenga choli sets for Durga Puja, Lakshmi Puja, Mata Ki Chowki, Ganesh Puja & many other rituals.
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