Biba – Kurtis for Women

If you guys have been following me for a long time you must know that I absolutely love Indian wear, I am specially fond of kurtis and long slit kurtas which are super versatile and can be teamed up in various ways to create a multitude of looks.

Indian wear is all about glitz and glamour and sometimes understated looks work the best.  There are a multitude of stores which offer  Kurtis for women, but the one store which stands out the most is BIBA. Almost every college girl, working women or a homemaker surely visits this one website which has clothes which flatter all body types, makes you look absolutely gorgeous.

BIBA has collaborated with the maestro ROHIT BAL to create a capsule collection of affordable yet stunning wedding suits and anarkalis.

Here are some pieces I absolutely love from the new collection.

  1. Indigo kurta: One can never go wrong with Indigo. With all major runways in India finding their influence from this bright color, one needs to have this in her wardrobe to set the fashion bar high.

Style tip: Sport a messy bun and palazzo with some boho jewelry and you are good to go.

2.  Denim Kurtis:  With denims being so much in vogue, from dungarees to pinafores to saris, BIBA does the revolutionary style effect and gets it on kurtis. Love these cotton denim pants and the blue straight cotton tunic. Hello Summer!



3. Summer Weddings/ Traditional Function:

Gone are the days of bling and sequins unless you are going to the Great Gatsby Party. If yes, be over the top. Indian women want to go fuss free to weddings these days instead of dealing with sequins and rashes. So this coral palazzo suit does the strick. Subtle and elegant , just what you need to stand out from the crowd.


SummerWedding_BibaBiba is also available on all leading ecommerce websites like Jabong, Myntra and Amazon. So shop till you drop ladies. Also, let me know what your India style is and how will you style your kurtis. Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram  (ragini_styletabloid) and show me your beautiful style statements.


Ragini Varma

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OOTD with WestSide

Hello Gorgeous Ladies,


Kurta (worn as a dress) : Westside



Belt: 20Dresses

I hope you guys had a great Diwali, if you have been following me on Instagram,  you know what I wore for Diwali. I was feeling a bit under the weather and therefore wasn’t much active on the blog. But I am back! And today, I bring you the lazy girl’s guide to dress up.

After dolling up for pre and post diwali parties, I just wanted to chill out in casuals albeit in style. Therefore, I took this beautiful turqouise kurta from WestSide and paired it with sneakers (Also from WestSide) for a casual day out. Adding the belt adds definition to my waist and therefore makes it more appealing. From the post here, you must know my love for Indian clothing and as I have mentioned before, A kurta can be worn in multiple ways without being monotonous. Also, WestSide is one of my favourite stores when it comes to Indian wear.


Style TIP: Skip the belt, add a palazzo with long neckpiece for a chic Indian Avtaar.

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Ethnic wear with Gulabchand






fashionblogindia_raginivarmaHow many times have we ditched our shorts and skirts and wore our comfortable  kurtis and a pair of faded jeans. We oooh and aah about the latest Indian wear adorned by our favourite stars. Moreover, that slight compliment our boyfriend throws when we garb an Indian clothing out of the blue!

I am a big fan of Indian wear and the diverse ways one piece of clothing can be worn and I am a sucker for Indian prints, specially jaipuri prints like bandhni, block work, tie and dye etc. and one shop which is absolutely a haven for indian wear enthusiast is the Gulabchand store at Jaipur. Since my childhood, I had seen my mother shopping for colorful leheriyas and gota-patti work from this store and as I grew up , a visit to this store while in Jaipur was a must.

Style Tip: Go boho while wearing your kurti as a dress and some killer accessories, wear them with palazzos and ethnic jewelry or with your trusted denims and mojris for that I-didn’t want to dress up, yet I look hot look. 😉


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