What distinguishes Indian fashion from the rest of its global counterparts is the plethora of electrifying hues, exquisite fabric, contemporary detailing, and exotic designs it brings to the table, or rather, the wardrobe! When surrounded with so much beauty, it is easy not an easy task to mix and match your designer wear.
We are delighted to share 6 amazing styling tips for your Indian outfit that are tried, tested and QC passed by the fashion police.
- Get Down With The Denim
It doesn’t matter if you are a casual dresser or the preppy pretty belle; everyone owns a pair of denims that they wear as their second skin! Indian designer wear is versatile; you can easily pair it with your favorite denim! A beautiful sequined crop blouse or a lovely kurta/kurti will look stunning when matched with denims for your casual day out!
- Prep Up With Some Palazzo Pants
Palazzo pants are the ultimate comfort wear. If you appreciate bohemianism and contemporary vibes, these pants are your go-to piece of clothing! A colorful wide-legged palazzo showcasing an eye-catching ethnic-pattern looks best when paired with a plain white shirt. Long, cropped, loose or well fitted, these pants can be mixed with all silhouettes.
- Up Your Kurta/Kurti Game
Indian designer wear features some gorgeous and rare styles in kurtas and kurtis. Kurtas and Kurtis are great for casual events. These can be coordinated with a pair of solid leggings, denim, any style of trousers, and even flared or gypsy maxi skirts. As long as the bottoms are in a solid hue, your style game with kurtas/kurtis simply cannot go wrong! You can also reverse the match for another day of style-filled fun!
- Replace Your Usual Jackets
Indian fabric jackets are a great alternative to your regular western options. If you are tired of the old denim jacket or your waterfall shrug, why not opt for a distinct Indian jacket with pretty embellishments and an interesting pattern?
As long as the jacket is the star of your ensemble, it’s going to be compliments galore for you. A pair of old school denim mixed with a plain white shirt and topped with an ethnic jacket looks great. You can alternately switch between shirt for Kurtis/kurtas and denim for palazzos and skirts as well.
- Experiment With Dhoti Pants
Dhoti pants are easily one of the trendiest new entrants in the Indian designer wear range! If you are tired of your gypsy skirts, or your usual denim, pants or palazzos, or even the good old anytime leggings, it’s time for you to don a pair of distinctive dhoti pants. These baggy beauties look super stylish with a casual tee, or dressy crop top.
- Style Your Saree In A Different Way
Your collection of Indian designer wear is utterly incomplete without a lovely saree. A stellar look right off the Indian ramp is to pair your saree with a western crop top. Irrespective of the structure of your crop top, it will perfectly compliment your saree as long as one element of the either is comparatively subtle in design.
A plain saree draped with a polka dot ruffled crop top or a plain halter crop top matched with a luxurious party saree looks gorgeous. Color contrast is key. Do not forget to tap in on the color wheel!
These fashion tips are straight out of top blogger stories and fashion guru manuals. Trust these to dress and impress the onlookers with your on-point Indian designer wear game!