Cerimonial Dresses with Craftvilla
We all love to dress up from time to time because there is a special occasion of just because we feel like doing it. Above all, we should also consider and appreciate diversity. Diversity in styles as much as in culture. The dress below is in a simple black color and I have used it for my friend’s graduation day but it can be perfect for many more events.
What I am wearing: River Island cut-out dress / Jeffrey Campbell heels (old)
My way of dressing up tries to stay away from what is typically Italian (see Dolce & Gabbana fashion runaways to have an idea). This does not mean I don’t like it, it just means it doesn’t belong to me. It belongs to South Italy – Sicily to be more specific – something far away from my roots. I wish I had some dresses that express my countryiside identity from back in the past, but there aren’t, so I have to express it by myself.
Instead places like Sicily have an historic fashion culture which is visible and very much recognisable. Likewise other cultures: Moroccan, German, African and so many more. Indian culture for instance is another one. They have so many typical historic clothes they still wear today to remember and honour their origin.
Craftvilla* is an online store that sells different types of dresses to the Asian market. Some of the most famous girls suits have vivid colours and beautiful embroideries. Others are similar to Occidental prom dresses with a big gown and a thin delicate top. In fact, recent trends in the Indian fashion industry have introduced new styles and revived a few old classics. Whether you are looking for some inspiration or actually looking for a ceremonial dress, I will give you some ideas with my selection of salwar suits down below.
I believe is always good to open our perspectives and appreciate the history of other countries. And if we could also visit these countries, our minds will be thankful. Exploring also means connecting with locals, habits, cultures and fashion too.
Hope you appreciate this post,
*This post is written in collaboration with Craftvilla