Admit it or not but formal and semi-formal eastern dresses with embellishments and intricate thread work are the weakness of every woman in the country. There was a time when the work itself was enough to make a fashion statement; modern wardrobe trends are quite different. It is not only the embroidery and color but also the design, cut and well who can forget the layers which matter when it comes to having an edge over the rest. Open double shirt dresses have been an important part of subcontinent’s culture. They have graced our red carpets as well as our wedding functions. Over the years they have revolutionized or rather diversified themselves in terms of silhouette, embroidery work and slits.
Front Open Double Shirt Dresses
Now the ladies can enjoy numerous options and use the same basic idea of design with different outlook. Starting from the classiest form of open double shirt dresses, there are those with equal lengths of undershirt as well as the upper gown and slit at the center. Usually embroidery follows the slits and the border (daman).Motifs at the back and sleeves add to the fanciness of the shirt. Many variants of the upper gown are present including buttons and side slits. Some also come with multiple panels increasing the flow of the dress. Angarkha is a style known to and loved by almost everyone.
As much as the aforementioned style works for formal wear or wedding ceremonies, it has proven to be a great addition in the lawn fiasco. Lawn and silk dresses in the form of double shirts are easily available. To save the use of extra fabric usually two front panels are added instead of full.
However recent fashion shows have put a not-so-traditional twist on the double shirts. Small undershirt usually knee length and in some cases waist length keeps the focus rightly on the upper cover shirt. Match this with the right pair of trousers and you have what we call a million dollar outfit. Net is the fabric which has hit the markets like a craze and has been selling like hot cakes. Naturally this has been seen in the multi-layer dresses too. Layer upper shirts and silk under shirts make a combo that cannot go wrong if the color scheme is
Wear it in lawn, or fancy chiffon, silk or net fabric. Carry the style to a house warming party or a nikkah ceremony, double slit open double shirt dresses make one look rightly dressed for every event. Just don’t forget to match them with a perfect pair of stilettos!
Open Double Shirt Dresses Collection