For how long can you wear plain trousers and formal tops to work? Business wear looks smart but it can get boring & dull after a point of time. That’s when you should add some ethnic grace to your wardrobe. The elegance and charm of ethnic wear is matchless and for this very reason, it never goes out of fashion. That’s why we suggest you go completely ethnic this season!
Here are 7 styles to become a desi diva at your workplace:
Want to keep your look simple & elegant? Then a knee-length cotton kurti is your best go-to option. Cotton kurtas are comfortable and make for an excellent summer wear. A single-colored kurti with three-quarter sleeves and a denim will keep the comfort quotient high, without compromising on elegance.
- Salwar suit
Salwar suits are evergreen and can be worn for any occasion. From plain and slim fit salwars to patiala salwars and parallel ones, there are several types that you can experiment with. But if you’d like to keep it simple, choose a solid salwar suit with contrasting shades and team it up with minimal accessories to look more formal.
- Palazzos or parallel pants
Give your ethnic wear a contemporary twist. Here’s a stylish substitute for your traditional salwar kameez. You can pair kurtis with mid-rise cotton palazzo pants or parallel pants to look smart & stylish. To get a boho-chic look, team it up with junk jewelry.
- Full-length skirts
Full-length cotton skirts are versatile, elegant, & incredibly comfortable to wear. Try dark colored tops with patterned cotton skirts to look bright & vibrant. To look more formal, wear it higher on your waist with an ethnic waistband.
A saree can exude elegance, grace, and vigor, while still being formal enough for those big meetings. Traditionally, sarees are considered a formal wear. And although times have changed, you can work your way to ethnic elegance by donning a saree to work and standing out from the crowd.
- Ethnic Dupattas
You can accentuate a plain and boring outfit with this simple piece of clothing! Opt for bright, printed cotton dupattas and team it up with your Kurtis or short tops.