Love Me Some Palazzo Pants – 5 ethnic wear and more!by Taniya Jose Fashion Blogger
Whether you are a bride, bridesmaid or door-key-rishdedaar, weddings are an opportunity to get traditional, glamorous and stylish with some ethnic womens fashion wear.
An opportunity for everyone to flaunt, shine and turn heads, there is certain ethnic wear that is really well-suited for weddings. Every ethnic wear has a unique beauty, and with the right one, you can become the apple of everyone’s eyes for the night and grab adorable glances.
If you haven’t yet, following some of the latest fashion trends, such as below is a good starting point.
Ethnic wear to flaunt and turn heads this wedding season
When searching for ethnic Kurtis online, you will find shades of red, golden and pink are the most popular ones for wedding attire. But, the wedding season is also a very good time for experimenting with the ethnic wear.
Going for the latest kurti that matches your natural skin tone gives a more authentic touch and is a good place to get experimental. Another way to look a class apart with your long Kurtis is to ditch the popular shades and seal the moment by going for the "unusual suspects” with Anarkali Kurtis online.
Staple to the late 60’s and 70’ fashion wear, the wide-legged and stylish palazzo pants are in for a comeback in the fashion industry. Flaring out from the mid-waist all down to the ankle, the flouncing is well-suited for summer weddings.
When scouring for palazzo online, these come in endless colors and materials. To endure the long ceremonies, comfort is crucial and lightweight and flowing fabrics, such as silk are your best bet.
Winters bring with them cold shivers and requires layered clothing. Although, well-suited during normal occasions, layered clothing can make you look awkward during wedding ceremonies.
To get into the wedding zone, embellished and ethnic jackets can be paired with an Anarkali gown for a subtle and desi look. To get a cooler outfit with an edge, pair your evening gown with a floor-length cape jacket.
Commonly suited for casual or semi-formal wear, these also come with an ethnic touch. Ethnic crop tops are those that double up as blouses. When paired with your desi lehenga, the attire is perfect for Mehendi or smaller functions. Pairing it with palazzo pants makes for subtle and stylish wedding attire.
When looking for long ethnic skirts to wear at a wedding ceremony, the Kalidar Skirt is very well-suited for the occasion and is available in a variety of colors, prints, patterns, and designs.
Get stylish, glamorous and ethnic with the aforementioned attires this wedding season.
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