Posted on April 22, 2020 at 2:39 am

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5 Everlasting Styles in Indian Ethnic Wear

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Indian ethnic wear has always been synonymous with elegance and grace. With the ever-changing fashion scenario, it is almost impossible to always remain relevant, but a few Indian ethnic clothes have stood the test of time and continue to rule to fashion roost even in this day and age. 

While it can be quite daunting to pick the right ethnic wear, owing to the wide array of options that are available, you can still be the centre of attraction. Here is a list of the top 5 everlasting Indian wear for any festivities.

Kurta

Who does not love a cotton kurta on a hot summer afternoon? The kurta is one of those versatile Indian wear that can be worn as an office, college or even as casual wear. You can also wear an elegant silk kurta on denim for events too. Kurtas can be worn on jeans or any trousers, and you can mix and match to add colour to your ensemble. While Kurtas are super comfortable, they are mostly casual wear and are perfect for official events.

Looking for that perfect kurta? Then look no further, as you can buy kurta sets online at a very reasonable price, and you’ll also have a multitude of options to choose from!

Now let us look at some of the more traditional Indian wear that is perfect for any grand festivities and weddings.

Saree

This is one Indian wear that has captivated the hearts of millions through the ages and has become a symbol of Indian beauty and elegance globally. Many A-list Hollywood celebrities have also donned a saree for many red carpet events. From exquisite designer blouses to quirky saree ensembles with trousers, this is one apparel that will never cease to amaze. 

And what makes it a cultural icon is its reflection of the various traditions in India, which changes from each state and so does the draping style of the saree!. Also, a simple cotton saree is an excellent option for work-wear too; it is both elegant and comfortable, especially during summers.

If you want a quirky edge to your saree, you can wear a belt to accentuate your waist.

While you cannot go wrong with a saree, you can experiment with your look by opting for a half saree which is an alternative to the 6 yards and instead team it with a long skirt with intricate embellishments and zari work.  

Lehengas

From ghagra cholis to lehengas, you can never get tired of these options. You can wear an ornate choli or blouse with a simple lehenga and be ready for any festivities in a jiffy! Depending on the make of your lehenga, you can customise your look with accessories ranging from statement necklaces (especially if you’re wearing a neck plunging blouse), chokers, bangles, and anklets. Not to forget the quintessential jhumkas, this is a must! 

And if you want to add that extra oomph to your look, you can wear a lehenga with a slit and team it with stilettos. Another statement piece to add to your outfit is a belt to accentuate your waist, which will also hold your dupatta in place. If you’re someone who likes to experiment, then you can wear a crop top on a traditional lehenga, or a formal button-down blouse on an ornate lehenga is also creating quite the waves in the fashion industry. 

Salwar Kameez

The everyday salwar kameez is a one-stop fashion solution for any occasion. And if you’re looking for something comfortable, then here is the answer to your prayers. The salwar kameez has been widely worn in India and Pakistan and is mostly a long or short kurta on a loose trouser. 

The basic salwar kameez is no more an apparel restricted to the older generation and has evolved to a more fashion-savvy version with intricate design and cuts to cater to the younger generations, too. There are several versions to the kameez now, depending on the cut and make of your kurta. If you’re in a hurry, then you can browse through online retail stores for readymade options, or design your own salwar kameez! 

Another great alternative to salwar kameez is a sharara, which is a flowy pleated trouser on a kurta. Sharas are body-flattering apparel and suit almost all body types. These are exclusively worn during festivities or Indian family events. You can look for kurta sets for women online, or kurta skirts sets, which are available on several online retails stores.

Anarkalis and Palazzos

These are another favourite among the Indian fashionistas and have been heavily glamorised by Bollywood actors. Anarkalis are a flared type of kurtas worn on a well-fitted legging or trouser. And palazzos are flared trousers that are worn on a kurta. You can buy some of the best anarkalis, kurta and palazzo sets online, there are several designer options too. 

While choosing a palazzo, be mindful of the extent of flare that you are looking for, as there are varieties in palazzos. Also, you can play with the length of your kurta to help you ace the perfect look. If you’re looking for a quick fix, then you can choose from a vast range of readymade designer sets online. Additionally, you can wear a silk crop top, with kutch or zari work on silk palazzos. You can either mix and match the top and bottom, or look for readymade options online.

Another fashion advice, team any of your looks with a decadent jacket to seal your final look!

These are just some of many options available in Indian ethnic wear, with the Indian wear being a versatile blend of Indian and international appeal you can take the freedom to experiment with your look. Or else, you can use this comprehensive list of some of the best Indian ethnic outfits, to go on a shopping spree and you will definitely not be disappointed with the options available online!

 

 

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