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Buy Rangita Cotton Straight Festive Kurta with Pant Set for Women At Rs.1,239/-

Rangita’s diverse and latest collection of readymade stitched salwar suits for women are crafted from high-quality fabrics like cotton, crepe, georgette, chanderi, chiffon, rayon, silk & viscose, making them suitable for all occasions like casual, work, festive & evening wear. Our versatile traditional, ethnic, plain, embroidered, embellished & printed salwar suit sets / Kurta for women are available in S-36 inches, M-38 inches, L-40 inches, XL-42 inches, 2XL-44 inches, 3XL-46 inches & 4XL-48 inches.

Expired On February 27, 2024
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Buy Women’s Dress Material under Rs. 399/-

Well-fitted attires can do wonders for your appearance. So, how do you get the best fit for yourself? Pick an unstitched dress materials from the plethora of options available on Flipkart and make it in your size and as per your favourite designs. You can choose from a range of unstitched and semi-stitched salwar and dupatta sets, kurta palazzo set materials, kurta and churidar materials, and many more. You can also take your pick of materials from more than 1600 brands, such as 21st Fashion, A Three Hub, Aahira, AARADHYAM, AJS, Saara, Ishin, and Ethnique, among others, that come in vibrant colours, prints, and patterns. Indulge in the pure elegance of traditional Indian embroideries or pick a gorgeously embellished piece for an exquisite evening look. These dress materials for women are tailored from fine-quality cotton, chiffon, brocade, silk, tissue, wool, and rayon fabrics, offering versatile looks. Step up your style with appliqued materials for your dress or select simple paisley printed ones for a casual outing. Take a look at the vast collection of well-designed dress materials online on Flipkart at the best prices with great offers & discounts and find the ones that suit you best.

Expired On February 17, 2024

Fashion industry

The notion of global fashion industry is a product of the modern age. Prior to the mid-19th century, most clothing was custom-made. It was handmade for individuals, either as home production or on order from dressmakers and tailors.

By the beginning of the 20th century, with the rise of new technologies such as the sewing machine, the rise of global capitalism and the development of the factory system of production, and the proliferation of retail outlets such as department stores; clothing had increasingly come to be mass-produced in standard sizes and sold at fixed prices.