Brace the Party Season With Some Flirtatious Indian Style
For how many parties you have been zeroing down on the same western attire that includes either a dress or an evening gown to look smoking hot? If you have stopped counting the numbers, then we suggest you to take a break from usual and try something different this time. With Indian fashion taking the world by its stride, we believe the upcoming party season is the right time to add some to your own wardrobe.
Ditch that Little Black Dress to create some unique fashion statement for yourself with classic yet flirtatious Indian style.
To get a hang of what all options you can explore from Indian fashion, start checking out the latest collection of SalwarKameez from Jabongworld. The best of Indian style can be explored only from the collection of renowned Indian fashion designers, which are quite easily available online these days. Salwarkameez being the favorite Indian attire for all seasons has gone through a tremendous evolution since it came in the fashion foray and has now became the most favored attire of all fashion conscious people.
You can experiment with a Patiala salwar and lightly embroidered kameez for a semi casual evening party or for a more elaborated affair; try simple salwarkameez with heavy dupatta in traditional Indian embroidery like phulkari, zardozi, etc. Dhoti Style pants and a stylish kurta in bright colors can also be a good option for a fashionista in you. If you love experimenting with vivid colors, then go for contrast colored paired of salwar and kameez and stand out amidst others in the party. Deep necks, backless, sleeveless and designer back necks are some of the assorted options that you can look forward to for your Indian attire.
Still falling short of ideas for a captivating party look, take cues from latest runway collections of popular Indian designers known for their great Ethnic collections like Sabyasachi, Manish Malhotra, Raghavendra Rathore, Ritu Kumar and so on. Else, you can look up to fashion icon Bollywood celebrities for some Indian style inspiration. Follow the likes of Sonam Kapoor and Deepika Padukone as they never go wrong with their ethnic style.