In the month of victory, the local fashion houses have dressed up in red and green. Like the last few years, they have brought a lot of red and green clothes in the month of victory. The designs and colors of which have the spirit of the liberation war, patriotism, and freedom. The local fashion designers said that such an arrangement is mainly to capture the time. Though the overall concept of style, smartness, and outlook is varied, the thought of patriotism is revealed in the fashion of Victory Day. These garments have every moment of Bengali independence, liberation war, respect for mother tongue, compassion, and bloody history. Where the glorious glory of the thousand-year-old tradition of the independent Bengali has come to the fore. These garments are in almost every fashion house in the country during this whole month of victory.
Various fashion houses have been visited, like every year, on the occasion of Victory Day or the whole month of victory, they have brought red-green garments of Bahari type to the market. Most of the costumes have a proud touch of red and green of the national flag. Although there are various designs in the showrooms, the interest of the youth is more towards red-green designed T-shirts, fatwa, Punjabi. Book, embroidery, screenprint, and two or three mediums have been used together in the garments.
Victory, songs, and poems have also prevailed in the costume. Today’s youth want to experience the joy of freedom or victory in their way. And that is why the local fashion houses have tried to highlight the red-green in the stock of clothes in the month of victory by giving priority to this desire of the youth. Among these garments, the history of the liberation war, posters, war poems, or songs come up through skin print. Sometimes a portrait of a memorial, various glorious moments, a line of a patriotic song, or Bangabandhu’s speech came upon the chest of a T-shirt.
Salwar-kameez, fatwa, tops are available for young women with red-green predominance. Due to the prevalence of winter at this time, this event also includes the arrangement of winter clothes. The clothes are made of a little thicker fabric for the cold winter weather. Indigenous fashion houses offer all exceptional garments to the buyers to make this victory celebration more beautiful and inspire the new generation in the spirit of victory. There is red-green in the color and other colors are not left out. Some houses have also painted various symbols and images of the victory festival on the occasion of Victory Day.
The colors of the national flag have been used as motifs in the costumes. Soumik Saha, proprietor and fashion designer of fashion house Rang Bangladesh, said, That is why this time on Victory Day I have made different types of clothes including different types of sari, Punjabi, salwar kameez, T-shirt in red-green combination. However, due to the prevalence of winter at this time, that aspect has been taken care of in the clothes. And there are different clothes as well as sheets. In these sheets, various motives of independence and liberation war have been highlighted. ‘
On the other hand, matching winter sheets and red-green ornaments with sari, salwar kameez, short Punjabi, Punjabi, and tops. Many houses also have salwar kameez, Punjabi, fatwa, and t-shirts for children. Many fashion houses including Nipun, Rang Bangladesh, K-Craft, Anjan’s, Nagardola, Kazi Craft, Nitya Upahar, Bibiana, Oji, Banglar Mela, Samikaran, Promotrana, and Faring have made garments with the theme of independence in this month of victory.
Fashion house Rang Bangladesh is ready to give another dimension to the celebration of victory. This time the subject of the 1971 victory picture has been captured on their canvas. The pictures of the 1971 victory are painted in two specific colors, red and green. Various shades of green, red, and Tia color have also been complemented in this case. Victory Day collection has been arranged in traditional attire. The main attraction of this collection is especially the screen-printed sari and Punjabi. Cotton and half silk sarees have been skin-printed with the picture of the 1971 victory as well as the original picture has been framed in the area. Single shirt made using the same theme. The single shirt has been worked with green shades and red. Different cuttings have been used in Parton. The red veil on the three-piece is made in the shape of a flag. The dress and pajamas have been worked in green shades. The green, red and teal colors have been used in the baby dress. The cutting has also been changed in baby Punjabi.
If you buy Vijay’s clothes from any fashion house, the price will usually be 400 to 550 rupees for a T-shirt, 1300 to 2400 rupees for Punjabi, 1600 to 3400 rupees for a sari, 550 to 600 rupees for fatwa, 750 to 850 rupees for chador. Also, if you go to the city’s New Market, Aziz Super Market, the price of these clothes will be slightly lower. However, Aziz Super Market has more collections of Victory Day clothes. Almost all the fashion houses in this market have created different outfits with red and green themes on the occasion of Victory Day. Which can be found at a much lower price. These houses include Barun, Bird’s Eye, 71, Baluchar, Arshi, and some other fashion houses.