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Ethnic wear label launches new festive line

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New Delhi: The festive season is on the horizon and it's the ripe time to stock your wardrobe with exquisite ensembles in vibrant colors.

Ethnic wear brand Biba has come up with a new range catering to the fashion conscious woman. The new range features an array of cotton and silk salwar kameez dupatta sets in bright colors.

Some unique pieces have been put together using old traditional printing techniques, which have been given innovative cuts to have a perfect balance between the traditional and modern.
The cuts are the mixture of the regular classic fits with an edge of contemporary silhouettes, said a statement.

Keeping the festivities in mind, the line, priced Rs.1, 899 onwards, endorses the use of appliqué and zari work. From the classic street wear in lightweight fabrics to the glamorous long anarkali styles, the range promises to offer something for every woman. There are long and short kurtas, A-line kurtas, kalidars, anarkalis and straight cuts in prints, embroidery and knitted designs

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