TRADITIONAL STREET-STYLE ATTIRES FOR WOMEN
Street-style fashion is all about getting inspired from the streets. The theory behind this fashion emergence is known as the trickle-up theory or bubble-up pattern. This theory found its roots in the 1970s. It believes in hand-picking trends from the people on the streets instead of lavish ramp walks or fashion studios. Indian clothing is usually affixed with wedding functions or grand occasions, but with the unfolding of social media influencers and bloggers, we can now find different ways of carrying traditional wear on the daily basis. While conventional sarees and Patiala suits are still popular among women from the 90s in India, modern women are now choosing western clothes as well. To bring back the Indian shift to regular wear, designers started giving everyone exposure to comfortable silhouettes like straight cuts, palazzo-cuts, and other relaxed-fit garments. It’s always fun to play with the soft prints and irregular cuts of the ethnic outfits. Listed below are some trendy options for you to choose from;
1. JACKET-STYLE PALAZZO SET
Jackets accompanied with suits are absolutely in these days. There are an end number of designs when it comes to jacket-style suits. Jackets themselves enter with myriad designs. Some of the jacket cuts that you can go for are long A-line jackets, formal collar-neck jackets, A-symmetrical trail jackets, and so forth. You can pair any one of the jackets together with palazzo pants and a matching crop-top, straight-cut pants and below-knee length Kurti, and lastly, cigarette pants and waist-length blouses. For the colors, as it’s a three-piece suit, remember to balance the hues wisely, for instance, muted tones like grey or beige coupled with dark shades like navy blue or burgundy.
2. INDO-WESTERN CHIC ENSEMBLES
Indo-western compositions are gaining an immense variety in the Indian markets and for all the right reasons, a few of which are; (a) It is adaptable and versatile. (b) It gives a modern appeal to the utter traditional. (c) It is highly comfortable. The trendiest configurations are;
- Long straight skirts with asymmetrical Kurtis paired with a printed scarf
- Short sleeveless jacket with an Anarkali suit
- Printed dhoti pants with a basic blouse
An ideal indo-western ensemble is an amalgam of earthy tones like moss green, burnt red, light brown, and steel grey, feel-good textiles like cotton and linen, and detailed, vivid prints.
3. SUBTLE EMBROIDERED CHURIDAR SUITS
If you don’t want a monotonous casual wear outfit, then go for subtle embroideries like floral motifs made out of vibrant silk threads, gota Patti embellishment on the neck and cuffs, dual-toned thread work on the hem, and so forth.
You can also pick out a unique pattern for the Kurti like slash and spread from the hem, empire-lined, angrakha, and many more. As Kurti is paired with churidar, it’s best to not go basic with the topwear as well. If you want to keep the set basic, then choose a contrasting dupatta. Banarasi silk or brocade is the best choice as the woven zari work makes it stand out, whereas the stiff and shiny silk fashion the outfit in a way that it appears rich and regal.
4. ALL-BEIGE CHIKANKARI ANARKALI
Beige hue brings elegance and sophistication to the attire. It is well-suited for daily wear as the color itself does not pop up. Chikankari embroidery, also known as shadow work, will look best with beige as the protruding stitches make the fabric look even more elegant. The traditional handicraft is not only everyone’s festive favorite but also street admirable. Highlight the embroidery with fine-drawn stone or sequins work so, it does not appear toneless. You can also choose flared silhouettes to accentuate the color of the garment. Add a jacket to heighten the overall ensemble.
5. FEMINAL FROCK-STYLE SHARARA SUITS
Frock-style fashion is exceedingly trendy right now. Fit and flares are so popular among women because the frills make a spacious room for them and who doesn’t like to twirl, anyway? Frock-style Kurti together with sharara suits manifolds the fun. To play down the immense gathers so, it fits well with casual or street fashion, you have to focus on the colors, work, and fabric of the garment. For colors, bring a feminine touch to the table by choosing a pastel palette as dark tones can come out to be striking and powerful. Go for prints instead of embroideries as they are soft and relaxing. Florals or any other botanical patterns are recommended. Coming to the fabric, georgettes and crepes are your best bet as they are really soft to the skin and provide the garment with outstanding bouncy drapes.
6. FLARED KURTI WITH EMBROIDERED PALAZZO
If you are a fan of embroideries then this is for you. To stay in touch with the casual environment as well as intricate handwork, go for embroidered bottom wear instead of Kurti. To balance the embellishment equation so, it looks like a part of one ensemble, highlight the shoulders or sleeves or one side of the bodice. You can also accentuate the Kurti with unique necklines like a Peter Pan collar or one-shoulder.
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