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5 WAYS TO WEAR TRADITIONAL INDIAN WEAR GRACEFULLY

by Divya Sharma Designer

When considering the impact on our culture and society, Indian fashion has always stood head and shoulders above the others. Among the many facets that make up this complex nation, traditional Indian dress has always had an outsized impact on the country's social, political, global, and local dynamics. From its influence on international design to the rise of its thriving domestic industry, India's fashion history has always been an inspiration to us. Indian Traditional Weaving is really about more than simply culture and tradition. It is also a symbol of individuality and progress in society. From Rajasthan's vibrant past to Kolkata's traditions, we are. At the core of our distinctive clothing has always been Indian traditional attire, which exudes an air of graceful elegance. On a worldwide stage, it stands for India, a country where history, craftsmanship, and opulence come together to create a unique sense of style.

The finishing touch to each ethnic outfit is the right accessory. They give your clothing an air of sophistication and personality. Presented below is an excellent method for accessorizing ethnic sets:

Jewellery: Add a touch of traditional Indian jewellery—jhumkas, bangles, necklaces—to your ethnic attire to make it more alluring. Indian jewellery, and earrings in particular, are known for their exquisite beauty and intricate design. You should wear your earrings prominently if you're going for a more classic look. You may do this in a few different ways. Earrings may be a statement piece or a subtle accessory; the choice is yours. Pick some subtler earrings if you're going to be wearing a saree with a lot of vibrant colours. If you're wearing a cream or white saree, however, you may accessorize with bolder earrings. Making sure your earrings fit properly is another piece of advice. They won't stand out if they're little. However, your face will be overwhelmed if they are very large.

Footwear: Depending on the occasion, match your Indian Traditional Dress with suitable footwear, such as juttis, mojaris, or heels. We have seen famous fashionistas and Bollywood queens display their incredible footwear with complete style and comfort. You may add a dash of individuality to your appearance by pairing these distinctive footwear options with your Indian costume. Finding the right harmony between your footwear and your clothing is the secret to pulling off this unique design. To get a high-class look, play around with different fabrics, colours, and patterns.

Choose a trendy bottom: The bottom half of your attire has the power to elevate or detract from the overall look. If you want to avoid looking sloppy and ugly in your traditional Indian trousers, avoid choosing pants that are too loose. However, you won't feel well and look unattractive in a pair that's too snug. Finding a pair of pants that are both attractive and comfy is the way to go.

Get a trendy haircut: To update the style of your traditional Indian attire, we suggest getting a new haircut. Looking neater is as easy as getting a new haircut. Think about a layered cut if your hair is lengthy. The result will be textured, thicker hair. Style your short hair in a bob or Pixie cut for a modern look.

Carrying an attractive bag: Carrying a clutch is a great way to update your clothing for a more contemporary appearance. In addition to serving as a convenient means of transporting your daily necessities, a clutch will elevate your ensemble.

You now know how to appear fashionable while wearing traditional Indian attire. Remember to be confident in your appearance and wear clothing that make you feel good. You can effortlessly pull off any Indian ensemble with only a little of effort!


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About Divya Sharma Junior   Designer

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