With the festive season just around the corner, you’d probably be thinking about making an impression with some outstanding sartorial choices. This festive season, it is going to be all about innovation as contemporary trends blend effortlessly with ethnic vibes. From fabric to cuts, embellishments, and patterns, everything is just going to be about being experimental. Perhaps, you could go creative and try to mix and match some pieces that you already have in your wardrobe and create something that is extraordinary. Before you decide the look that you would want to flaunt this festive season, here are some fashion trends that you should know about:
1. Crop top with ruffled skirt
Here’s the most significant trend for the season, crop tops paired with flared skirts. The last year and this one have seen a lot of ruffles, and now these are making it big on the ethnic landscape too. While crop tops are designed in stiff fabrics, the ruffled skirts use softer ones like nets and georgettes to get the right silhouette.
2. Shirt and lehenga
Say hello to shirt style tops teamed with traditional lehengas this festive season. The quintessential collared shirts are worn with heavy lehengas made in luxurious fabrics like Banarasi silks and Mysore georgettes. For those who follow subdued styles, there is an option of simpler, floral fabrics for the lehenga. Try soft satin for the shirt to set off its masculinity and give it a feminine touch.
3. Dhoti suits
If your idea of festive dressing is inclined towards blending comfort with style, try a dhoti suit this season. A smartly cut and well-fitted kurta teamed with a layered dhoti will make you look like a trendy diva. Team the outfit with dangling earrings to enhance the party look.
4. Saree with churidar
Try to modernize your saree by wearing it with a matching churidar instead of the good old petticoat. Complete the trendy outfit with a broad metallic belt that accentuates your waistline. And don’t forget the blouse; a sexy backless one can add to the glam quotient. Alternatively, you can pair it with a long-sleeved zari blouse to go fully festive.
5. Sharara with long kurta
Step out in a delicate sharara with a long kurta and make heads turn. This cute outfit is a perfect mix of femininity and elegance. Accessorize with a stylish potli bag, embellished mojri and heavy traditional jewelry to look like a queen.
6. Long jacket with palazzo pants
Long jackets have been in vogue for quite some time now and they are here to stray. They make a perfect layering option as you can team them up with a lehenga or even a saree. Try to create a new look by pairing a printed or embroidered long jacket with a crop top and palazzo pants.
As the festive season is fast approaching, it’s time to get your wardrobe sorted out for each of the upcoming occasions. Try these fantastic ideas and be the talk of the town!