Exclusivity of Sana Safinaz!

The Sana Safinaz label was established in 1989 by Sana Hashwani and Safinaz Muneer. The fashion empire has dominated the industry over the decades due to the timeless elegance and grace of its designs. This exclusive label is known for its sleek, contemporary and streamlined cuts appealing to modern women of all ages.

Their collection is designed in elegant unique cuts delicately and intricately embellished for a sophisticated woman. They like to experiment with vibrant colours and audacious cuts to inspire the woman to have a glamorous look. The Export line is designed to infuse fun and spirit using flowy fabrics and prints in stylish comfortable cuts. Seeking to create an Eastern and Western fusion that combines glamour and conventional, Sana Safinaz is a favorite among all ages. Their collection consists of various hues and patterns using the softest cotton allowing women to remain cool and stylish. Embroidered necklines and chiffon dupattas add a formal element while remaining affordable.

Let’s have a look Sana Safinaaz gorgeous collection
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Crop top trend with blouses

We have seen many actresses trying this trend and they completely nailed it. Sana Safinaz’s this trend is going to stay, but what new we can see in this trend? Blend of this trend with Indian Ethnic Wear would be loved by young modern women. Crop top with churidaars, Patiala, salwars, skirts and shararas would be a huge rage this season.

Their experimentation with Kurtis

The best part about Sana Safinaaz is that they experiment with every style. Instead of going with those boring and monotonous rectangular designs, they opted for the different cut embroidery on the bottom of the kurtis, which would make everyone go crazy over it.

The Gowns

We all know that Indian ethnic wear can never go out of fashion, but we can surely add something contemporary to it like gowns. Sana Safinaz gowns are magnificent and are designed sophisticatedly. Ladies are going to compete this season with this trend. You need to grab the gown, which will suit your style, persona and can give you the perfect traditional look. Make sure you choose the right ones. 

Anarkali Suites

Anarkali Suits has won the hearts of almost all the women. They are a fusion of rich Indian tradition and modern designs. This ethnic attire flatters every body type if selected according to the body. Anarkali suits are wardrobe staple of every woman: school girl, a college student, working woman or an old beauty. In fact, an Indian woman’s wardrobe is not complete unless it contains at least one Anarkali suit. Anarkali suits are perfect for every occasion weather it a wedding, festival, family gathering, family dinner, cocktail party or a religious function. The right selection helps you to camouflage physical flaws of your body. Sana Safinaz’s Anarakali Suites are opulent, stunning and versatile. The brand designed the suites while keeping the sophistication of the woman in mind.

Formal Suits

Sana Safinaz’s overwhelming styles of salwar suits can create a buzz among women. These suits put on the majestic look to your own party and can make you the star of the party. The suits with longer lengths and new hemline cuts are the hot favorite. The type of fabric still trending is the net, georgette, chiffon, raw silk, chanderi silk, net jacquard, and heavy nets.

Sarees

Go for a Half and Half saree concept which would be a stunner with two different colours and two different fabrics, do it the designer way, Sana Safinaaz work in nets are really trending in jacquards. And the on-screen trend, sarees in simple sober georgette with a border that’s attractively highlighting the plain saree. Sana Safinaz go for the Colours in trend. Sarees in plains have the seasonal colours, we think plains would go well with pastels and bright solids, black, white, red, blue, grey, soft pink, and others. Whilst the heavy half and half sarees can be a combination of monochrome or complementary or more harmonising colours.

Ethnic Wear

Women ethnic wear leads to number of different outfits and their relevant looks, from the casual to the party look and ceremonial look. Getting the new look and getting the
 on-trend styles can be exciting just by following the few rules of fashion trend setters. You don’t want to overdo it, but just let the wear look fashionable and acceptable styles, with less statement effects. Ethnic wear is something that can never go out of fashion. Ethnic in magnificent styles can really take anyone eyes on you. With lavish embroideries and stunning fabrics, Sana Safinaz is becoming the hot favorite among girls. Ethnic wear for women with the Sarees, Salwar suits, Lehenga choli and Gowns are much in fashion today and carry a huge trend follower, thanks to the great designers, making it appear comfortable and keep the unique factor alive.

Wedding Wear

When we talk about lehenga, every girl pays a close attention to it. The
 bridal wear is the most dominant pick for this look, and the similar ceremonial looks. The sarees, salwar suits, lehenga cholis have a fashion mark with ethnic wear for women as wedding wear themes. The colours that are trending in wedding wear are hot pink, magneta, the pastel peach shades have got lots of attention and still leave a style statement either in delicate dress concepts to heavy work concepts. 

The blues, royal blues and vivid bright shades have got a hold with golden embroideries and contrasting schemes of scarlet and magenta in bright tones. And the beiges and earthy tones have got the hold of royal look with designer concepts mixing it with more pastels or red maroons. Yes of course maroon, red, rusts are still in fashion, just combine them with the latest on-trend colours for bridal wear Nowadays, brides are also preferring nude shades to grace the wedding by their presence.

Bridal Lehenga made from brocades, silk and nets, intrigued in heavy embroideries with the touch of gold work and embellishment can steal any woman’s heart. Some of the lehengas are so rich in nature that grandiose embroidered bridal lehenga with sequins, bootis, patches and mirror work are done during wedding season. Kundan work along with zardosi and minakari in gold thread combination with maroon, red, bottle green or purple can be great choice for the big day. Pair your lehenga with bordered net dupatta to add a significant effect. The vintage styles still have a large inspiration and impression, which throws the royal look into the occasional wear.




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