What is a Fabric Kamarbandh - How Can You Style Your Lehenga

A huge new trend is ready to hit the market and - are you ready? It’s the fabric kamarbandh! Those heavy old kamarbandhs made out of metals like gold and silver have been trumped by this new big thing. Partly to alleviate the pain of carrying bulky chains around your waist, and partly because they’re just so damn cool, we’re really glad the fabric kamarbandh has made itself a niche and is here to stay!

While the kamarbandh has been around for ages, it hasn’t seen as many innovations as we’d have loved to see. So now that the fabric kamarbandh has arrived, we show you what the trend is all about and how you can work your way around it.

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1. Keep It Simple!

Since the kamarband is an important facet to keeping your dupatta in place, we suggest you go for a minimalist one.

Cheat: Make a DIY kamarband using the border of your lehenga!

2. Gota It!

If your lehenga has a hint of gota patti work in it, we say you go for a kamarband made out of gota patti! Not only is it super simple, but one in a dark colour can really cinch your waist and make it look smaller!

3. Zari Belt

It’s an old wives’ tale: you can’t go wrong with zari! Look for a kamarband made with intricate zari work. We’d love to see some velvet with hand embroidery.

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4. Fabric-n-Leather

If you dare to go for an unconventional look, get a kamarband with a hint of leather on it! Work on dark colours like royal blue and you’ll see what we mean!

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5. Fabric With Flowers

Another variation to the simple fabric waist belt can be to add fresh flowers to it. We’re thinking a strand of jasmine attached to the lower hem of the kamarband. You can’t go wrong with jasmine!

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So now that the fabric kamarbandh has arrived, we show you what the trend is all about and how you can work your way around it.

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