As the festival of fun, food and Bhangra nears by, the biggest challenge that every woman faces is ‘how to enjoy the celebration with that glamorous ethnic dress’.
Well, ladies, we can understand your pain. We know how hard it is to groove to those tempting Bhangra beats with that heavy ethnic wear, but don’t worry, we’ve got some great tips that will bridge the gap between your excitement and your fashion statement.
1. Get your knots right
We’re familiar with that annoying feeling when the petticoat Nara and the Dori behind the blouse become loose. The best way to make sure they don’t loosen up is to squeeze in or rather, breathe in when making the double knot. Tying it tighter than needed may be uncomfortable for a few seconds but it works wonders.
Carrying safety pins is one of the most conventional and safe options. Whenever you’re off to a party make sure to carry a small bunch of safety pins to tuck in your Dupattas before getting on stage to dance on your favourite Bhangra beats.
3. Ease up the Weight
We understand that your attire is incomplete without jewelry that compliments it, but at celebrations like these we’d recommend wearing the most appropriate light jewelry. It will save from the burden and will help you maintain a good posture.
4. Say YES to wedges
If you’re worried about your height and the pain of those steep stilettos as well, then wear the most comfort wedge heels. They give that desired look while also making sure that your feet stay happy, even on the dance floor.
Since now you’re all set to party in your favourite ethnic wear, let’s bring the floor down.
Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous Baisakhi