Are you a fashionista who thrives on standing out in the crowd? Do you like throwing your own personal spin on fashion? While Indian attire is beautiful and elegant, it can be hard to pop out in a crowd wearing similar outfits.
Here are some fun and fantastic ideas to transform your desi attire.
#1 Put on a Cape
Most women have a straight cut suit. This is after all a classic yet subtle design. You would likely spent some time deciding on the color, embroidery and other embellishments while selecting this outfit. But how do you style it so that it doesn’t just become another kurta and pyjama? The solution: try a beautiful cape. Wearing a cape is a hot new trend this season. It instantly gives your outfit an Indo-Western appeal. When selecting a cape, choose one in a similar color palette as your suit. For a fancier occasion, consider a cape with heavier embellishments.
#2 Throw on a Jacket
Jacket style suits are a classy way of transforming an everyday suit. Jackets are also in vogue this season. They will instantly uplift a boring old suit. They’re particularly useful in colder regions. When selecting a jacket, opt for one in the same color palette as your suit. It puts a contemporary spin on a traditional outfit.
#3 Replace your Churidar with a Ghagra
Wearing a kurta with a ghagra skirt is a hot new trend that’s here to stay. Most of us are tired of wearing traditional churidars. The same can be said for jeggings, leggings and cigarette pants. A ghagra skirt is not only dramatic but it instantly uplifts your suit. You can easily wear this attire to a formal function. A modern printed ghagra will give you a classy, Indo-Western look.
#4 Button Up!
Buttons are in trend that is becoming noticeable on anarkalis and kurtas. It’s both classy and sophisticated! Simply add artistic buttons on your kurta and you’re good to go. You can place these buttons anywhere. Either below the collar or on the side, running up to the waist.
With these four simple ideas, you can instantly transform your kurta into an elegant desi attire.
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