Tips To Look Charismatic with Traditional Wear
  • Posted By: Tacfab
  • Published: 25/11/2017
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Indian women are the most beautiful- isn’t that the general consensus? Indian traditional clothes as well are known across the globe for being particularly stunning. And nothing can quite beat the combination of the two. Graceful, elegant, dramatic or understated- any look can be achieved whilst wearing Indian outfits! It is a fact: all women naturally rock Indian ethnic wear, who doesn’t love those elegantly embroidered suits? Here are some ways you can be no less than stellar when you’re trying your traditional wear.

1. Is it meant for you?: A very important thing to remember whilst shopping for ethnic outfits, as all other clothes is- does this look work on you? Luckily for everyone, salwar kameez and lehengas have so many types, shapes, colours and fittings- that you have a grand repertoire to select from even while shopping online- convenient and spoilt for choice. Do darker colours work on you, or is it the pastel peaches and lilacs that make your skin glow? Make sure that apart from Kaftans or kurtas modelled to be loose, all your clothes are made to fit, there is no better way to look your best! If the kurta is long, make sure you pair it with leggings, chudidaars or palazzos, salwars are best suited for the shorter variety. As for material, if you’re looking to look slimmer, steer clear of brocade or heavy silks that add weight. As you shop, remember that there is no fashion greater than comfort and no style better for you than your own!

2. Bottoms for Everyone: If salwars are just not for you, there’s no need to fret. With ethnic meeting modern chic, new and multivariate pants are now available for every body type and every event. Breezy and lovely palazzos, A-line pants hemmed above the ankles, cigarette pants stitched to perfection and funky dhoti pants are here to save the day. You can try pairing your kurti with denims- ripped jeans even, and rock the hip desi girl look quite apt for your personality. Shorter kurtis can also be worn with patterned palazzos that can be bought anywhere- try online, to create a look both casual and trendy.

3. Accessorize! The best part of all Indian dressing is the extents and vast choices you have when selecting your accessories. It is essential to pick the right ones, and they can make all the difference! For a glam outfit that is already sequined and shimmering, choose lighter neck pieces, simple earrings, perhaps and anklet, and let your clothes shine. When dressing more simply, a rad pair of jhumkas, some colourful juttis or kohlapuris, maybe an ornate scarf or dupatta can take you from ordinary to have-to-look-at-twice. Thrift your earrings and stoles, choosing quirky handicrafts like batik printed bags and mirrored accessories- for a relatively inexpensive look sure to win compliments.

4. Dress for the Day: The easiest way to be charismatic when shopping online looking to dress traditionally is to make sure you’re dressed rightly for the occasion. A grand flowing skirt at work, and a simple kurti at a wedding are not going to charm anyone! Don’t be shy to go big on the colors and dramatic flair when it comes to dressing for grand events. Marriages, festivals and special days call for grand! Isn’t being an Indian all about celebrating? Wear your pretty white kameez and a tie-and-dye dupatta for Holi, a ravishing skirt for Diwali, have everyone staring at your backless blouse at a modern reception, and get a lot of smiles at work with your trendy cigarette pants. Be unafraid to express your desi self, but do so while paying heed to what you’re dressing for- and you’re sure to sparkle.

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