Kolkata 30th November, 2021: Being known as the ‘City of Joy’, Kolkata has become a major hotspot for your wedding shopping. It is everyone’s dream be it the bride and groom or the people attending it to look swoon-worthy. The wedding outfit, wedding jewelry, and accessories are considered the most quintessential element. In India, a wedding doesn’t just unite two people but also their families, culture, rituals, beliefs, and ethnicity. Hence, the occasion of a wedding is undoubtedly so special and a grand one for everyone. At the wedding, the bride is the centre of attraction. The bride, the groom, the relatives or the family members, and the people attending the wedding is an ensemble and is considered as the epitome of elegance and grace. Hence, clothing plays a key role here in this case. So, why should only the bride team or the groom team have fun, wedding is an occasion which is celebrated by all with their elegant presence and blessing.
Ummaira’s take on this season festive wedding attire
Debroopa Bhattacharya’s Ummaira is a popular ethnic wear brand that celebrates every occasion in every avatar. Since the wedding season has already approached, therefore, wedding shopping isn’t just a necessity but also an overwhelming experience that they would cherish forever. Once the wedding date has been set the only thought that runs through everyone’s mind is shopping. Well, in Ummaira you can explore the huge world of fashion where you can find everything that you need. They have an extensive collection of blouses, sarees, ethnic gowns, Kurti, and Lehenga that will definitely fulfill your desire to look extraordinarily charming. Having various collections of comfortable fabrics, vibrant colors, and exquisite embroidery, Ummaira has promised to provide this comfort in a trendy and elegant way when it comes to wedding collections. Their collection consists of premium blouses, signature sarees, ornate lehengas made out of fabrics sourced out from different parts of the country. From silks to pashminas, from ikkats to paat, from chickans to parsi, from patola to katans, from bandhej to muga, from chanderi to jamdani, and what not! Apart from the wedding collection Ummaira also gets you playful skirts displaying handcrafted styles of fine embroidery. Get blindfolded and prep up the wedding fiesta with Ummaira. “We intend to scale up production and reach out to women across the globe with our credible and enviable designs. Not only for weddings but also for every occasion, quality and commitment shall remain our hallmark always!” added Debaroopa Bhattacharya. Actress Tnusree Chakravarty in Ummaira’s handwoven Khaddi Georgette Benarasi Recently, actress Tnusree Chakravarty was spotted in Ummaira’s handwoven Khaddi Georgette Benarasi with antique zari and buti all over, paired with a satin collared crop top with flared sleeves and embroidered floral zari finish which exudes a bewitching charm that amalgamates a sophisticated style statement with a dash of royal elegance. The rich fabric of Khaddi Georgette infused with antique gold zari in the border and the small motifs all over the length and breadth of the saree, sing to its wearer and connoisseurs, the folklore of community weaving culture and the fraternity that emanates from sharing a common occupation. “This saree is not just an apparel but a saga of rich cultural heritage and an emblem of weaving marvel that celebrates handwoven craftsmanship and the richness of organic colors. Tnusree looks radiant in this matte orange and green Khaddi Georgette Benarasi complemented by an antique copper zari border, ready to ring in the wedding festivities and to turn everyone around, green with envy,” added Debaroopa. The Persian name ‘Ummaira’ has derived from this idea, which means “blessed with a long life”. The entire wedding collection is all about festivity and celebration, and Ummaira, undoubtedly, put an extra feather to the creativity and wedding fashion.