About Neeta Lulla:
Neeta Lulla is a very Successful Indian Fashion Designer. Her way of designing is very contemporary. Her classic, traditional & conventional Indian style outfits are also of great attraction for the Indian women as well as are perfect for Indian movies. She has already designed lots of costumes for various super hit Indian movies such as “Devdas”. You can estimate her reputation from various award functions because most of the celebrities, personalities, actresses or models appear on the red carpet function or formal parties in Neeta Lulla’s exclusively designed traditional & modish outfits. Her main outlet is in Maharashtra, Mumbai, India. She has won lots of awards because of her amazing, wonderful, fabulous & stunning ways of designing.
Neeta Lulla New Collection of Contemporary Patiala Suits:
Here I bring a very recently launched collection of Contemporary Patiala Suits by Neeta Lulla. This collection is specially designed for those girls who like something traditional or conventional to wear casually as well as formal. Almost each outfits is designed very simply but looking very elegant. So, each outfit is perfect for office wear, party wear, college war, casual wear as well as formal wear.
Patiala Salwar Kameez:
From this latest Neeta Lulla’s collection, we come to know that the trend of Patiala Salwar Kameez is again emerging into the Indian fashion industry. So, dear girls now you should be ready for welcoming this new fashion. Are you ready?
Punjabi Salwar Suits:
Basically the Patiala Style of dress belongs from the Province of Punjab, India. You can see that most of Punjabi Girls wear this style of outfit casually & formally. But casual wear Patiala Salwar Suits is generally designed & stitched very simply while on the other the formal wear Patiala Salwar Suits is designed very beautifully sometimes even embellished with laces, embroidery & patches etc.
Short Shirts with Patiala Salwar:
Mostly, the short shirt is paired with a plated or Patiala Salwar. The length of shirt must be above from the knee. Chiffon, Georgette, Crinkle, Banarsi, Khshbuo & lots of other colorful stuff/fabrics can be used for making a Patiala Dress.
Look towards the Picture gallery of Neeta Lulla’s Exclusive Patiala Salwar Sets & get ideas!
Category: Designer Dresses