Unlike it’s western counterpart, ethnic wardrobe need multiple pieces, courtesy the many occasions we need to attend through the year including the big Indian weddings, spread across multiple parties over many days. And to be on top of your game each time, you need an on-fleek traditional wardrobe that is created by investing in smart and timeless pieces.
Here’s looking at how it would look like with some fashionable pieces that will help see you through every festivity in 2020
First and foremost, the fancy kaaftan. Kaaftan is the ethnic version of the very western style of boudoir dressing where a dress typically worn while indoors is carried out of the house as chosen formal attire and the very ethnic-chic kaaftan resonates with it perfectly. Aditi Gupta’s golden motif kaaftan can be great choice for a mehendi party or a fancy brunch do.
Courtesy : Additi Gupta Instagram
This season’s most loved fabric trend the bewitching brocade. Brocade is not just refrained to stitched outfits, it has expanded into the dupatta category as well.
Courtesy : Ashi Singh Instagram
Meet this season’s replacement for salwaar-kameez, the sharara-suit. Jasmin Bhasin’s pastel, embroidered one is a sure shot promise to slay every party that calls for traditional dressing.
Courtesy : Jasmin Bhasin Instagram
No traditional dressing listicle is complete without the mention of a saree. To give one delicate look to yourself through the festivities, a solid georgette/chiffon saree is a must.
Courtesy : Niyati Fatnani Instagram
The ruling trend in saree world. A stylish silk saree, amplified with ethnic jewellery like Rati Panday did. This popular Sabyasachi style has come on everyone’s style bucketlist.
Courtesy : Rati Panday Instagram
A contemporary take on the saree glam. Sonarika Bhadoria’s black off-shoulder choli clubbed with a floral drape. Saree chic!
Courtesy : Sonarika Bhadoria Instagram
What is it that you will be including in your ethnic wardrobe this party season? Let us know your answers in the comments below…