Rakshanbandhan Outfit Ideas

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Rakshabandhan is around the corner and I am sure a lot of you would still be trying to figure out what to wear. I too had been browsing through stores, physical or online, to find something apt for the occasion. Even though I won’t be in Delhi to celebrate the festival with my family, I would still wear something traditional and maybe visit a temple to pray for my brother.

Now Rakshabandhan is one festival when I prefer wearing something not too light or basic for an Indian wear but not too gaudy either. Festivals like Diwali as an occasion still command you to get all decked up but not Rakshanbandhan. A Rakshabandhan outfit is nothing too heavy but festive enough.

While browsing through websites online I discovered a plethora of options Craftsvilla offers at pocket friendly prices. From sarees to suits to lehangas and fusion wear, all latest trends, you name it they have it! So while I decided to pick something for myself from Craftsvilla. I have picked seven favourite outfits from the website just for you guys, hoping that it sorts your ‘what do I wear’ issue. You can find the links to shop the looks too here!

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Besides just stocking Indian/fusion wear for women, Crafstvilla also has a huge collection of Indian and fusion wear for men so if the men in your house too haven’t figured out what to wear for Rakshabandhan, you can shop for them from Craftsvilla itself.

Besides clothing, Craftsvilla also has jewelery, beauty products, home decor items, food items & health care products. You can also check these out for gifting purposes for Rakshabandhan.

Much Love,



  1. vidya

    September 13, 2016 at 7:03 am

    It’s a nice idea for brother to gift for his sister. loved this all dresses. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Pallavi Ruhail

    August 20, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    Hi Nidhi,

    I have shopped from the site 2-3 times, unstitched pieces of the range 4-5k for gifting purposes, didn’t had any problem with those. I think you can try or else there’s always the return option 🙂

  3. Nidhi Shetty

    August 16, 2016 at 4:57 pm

    Hey pallavi.. have u purchased anything from this site. If yes how’s the quality .. is it some kind of cheap replica or the product is totally awesome..
    I am asking this Cox after reading your article I made my mind of buying dreses from here but when I went to playstore to download the app there are only negative reviews about the quality and service..
    Please help me out

  4. Women Ethnic Wear

    August 16, 2016 at 11:52 am

    Yes Rakshabandhan is on the way and each brother is finding a perfect gift for his sister, but coming on ethnic wear it should be a perfect gift for every Indian sister from their brother and your blog narrates it well, all dress are amazing and it can be perfect for this Rakshabandhan Gift.

  5. Neha Kapoor

    August 15, 2016 at 7:43 am

    These look nice!

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