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Let there be native clothes in the festival

 

Eid-ul-Fitr decides which clothes will be fashionable in Bangladesh throughout the year. From big entrepreneurs, boutique houses to small traders, everyone is looking forward to this celebration. A showcase of clothing gathers around this celebration.

A wide range of these garments are made by our local traders. Khalid Mahmood Khan, Official Chief of Mold House K-Craft, said, “Not just the fabric of the garment, but the plan and cutting of the garment – ​​everything has a local feel. Eid dresses use themes, which make our dresses different from neighboring countries. Consistently, squares, prints, embroidery and handpaints rule this year’s Eid dresses.

Talking to designers and owners of huge mold houses, the biggest change in salwar-kameez is in the neck and sleeves. Both the hem and circumference of the kameez have increased. Many individuals are looking for off-shoulder kameez and tunics. Once again there is curiosity in the Punjabi neck and highneck kameez. Cut sleeves, long sleeves, elbow length sleeves are all seen.

It is likely to be hot during Eid. Light colors are in demand more considering it is almost summer. White, gray colors, light pink, blue colors will work more this time. Almost all boutique houses have Rajshahi and Andi silk dresses. Nakshikantha work is in the shroud of such garments. In some cases, the border of the kameez is made with separate texture channeling and string weaving to give a cheerful mood. The garment has chumki designs on the neck and hand knitting. In the meantime, Soumik Das, chief officer of Rang Bangladesh, said that half silk, muslin and silk clothes are being made in this line. These long fashion dresses included a part of work, weaving and handwork.

There was a time when the title of saree in the Eid market was associated with the names of foreign films, serials or brave women. But over the years our Muslin, Lingar, Silk, Katan, Jamdani sarees have gained notoriety. A joyful atmosphere is being brought into the planning of these native sarees keeping Eid in front. Underarm tie work, plan in half of the groin – these things were seen more in the sarees. A part of the progress was also seen in the surface of the muslin sarees. Sometime computerized prints, now and then woven plans have an attractive ambience. By the 1940s, the cut plan fashioned on katan saris is now imitated in pure silk in numerous boutiques.

I visited the shops of Banarsipalli, Mirpur in Dhaka and saw the mystical colors of sarees like dark blue, green, maroon, pink etc. Universe, Phulkali, Baluchari, Kanjivaram count more Katan and Banarasi sarees with different designs. These sarees have kalki, bloom and barfi designs in the weave. Some sarees have tricolor minar work, wide binding border plan.