Indian classical dance form is one of the most popular form of art. It is a major inspiration for designers who are striving to combine culture and fashion. One such dance form, Karanas, is the108 major transition of poses and mudras in the Indian dance. There’s a detailed description in the fourth chapter and has been named as the ‘Tandava Lakshana’ in ‘Natya Shastra’. Karana is a Sanskrit word, which means ‘doing’.
Designers at TheHLabel have drawn their inspiration from 108 Karanas to present to you the latest collections of ethnic and fusion wear. This features screen-printed, dancing mudra motifs with primary colours like maroon and ochre-yellow.
Here are some garments inspired from 108 Karanas that are now available at TheHLabel online store:
Embroidered Blouse with Printed Saree
Indian festivals and other similar occasions are incomplete without sarees. This gorgeous saree-set has an ochre-yellow embroidered blouse with printed maroon lace on the sleeves. It is paired with ochre-yellow saree that have block prints & emerald green brocade borders. Style this outfit with a beautiful statement layered necklace and a fancy clutch for the upcoming festivals.
Embroidered Anarkali paired with Printed Dupatta
Look stylish in this beautiful ochre-yellow anarkali for a family dinner. It has emerald green panels and a maroon lace border. The scattered sequins on the front and gold embroidery at the neckline, gives it a fresh look. It is paired with block printed dupatta having maroon lace border. Accessorise this outfit with golden jhumkas and a potli bag and look elegant.
Embroidered Crop-Top with Panelled Lehenga
Lehengas are elegant & contemporary and perfect for all occasions like weddings, parties and so much more. Wear this beautiful ochre-yellow embroidered crop-top having block prints and maroon lace at the border. It is paired with an ochre-yellow lehenga having tassels at the waistline, maroon & emerald green lace at the border. Pair it with golden jhumkas, bracelet & a potli bag and turn heads at this Navaratri.