STYLE IT OUT WITH PALAZZO — 4 TIPS TO CREATE AN ETHNIC INDIAN LOOK
Fashion changes every day! The fashion trend, which is sweeping the world off your feet today, might not be a player of the glamour world six months into the future. But some fashion trends can stick to the ground like a deep-rooted tree. The style of Palazzo is such a fashion trend that entered the fashion world years ago, but it is still swallowing the places of regular pants like a tsunami wave.
From formal to casual, Palazo is the wave of fashion that no one can ignore. After conquering the western world, the ripple of Plazzo-fever is now touching the Indian-ethnic fashion sphere. And what can be a better pair to an ethnic palazzo other than a Kurti? Be it long straight Kurti with Palazzo or short one, here we have enlisted some of the genius ideas that you make you a walking-talking diva within minutes. Have a look.
4 INDIAN LOOKS THAT GOES PERFECTLY WITH PALAZZO
1. Long straight Kurti with Palazzo
There is nothing more ethnic than pairing a long straight kurti with palazzo, isn’t it? Whenever you are mixing a long straight kurti with palazzo, you need to be careful about the designs. If you are wearing a designer palazzo with classic ethnic prints, it is better to leave your long kurti in solid colours only. Also, it would be for the best if you choose the long kurti to be sleeveless. You can carry a fancy bag or wear a dazzling bracelet to fill the place of the sleeves. Flat footwear and a pair of big Jhumka earrings will help you complete the look.
2. Asymmetrical Kurti with Palazzo
If you want to twist your outfit a little for a club party, you can always match an asymmetrical kurti with palazzo. As the asymmetry of the Kurti will leave most of your Palazzos for the show, you can choose either long palazzo or three- quarter palazzo. You can pair a solid asymmetrical kurti with palazzo of ethnic prints or vice versa. Or you can match a printed asymmetrical kurti with a palazzo of ethnic print as long as you remember to leave the skater of your kurti with no prints; this will complement the designs of your Palazzo.
3. Long designer Kurti with Palazzo
Designer Kurtis are the new buzz of the fashion industry. From off-shoulder to cold shoulder, the variety of designer kurti is quite incredible. And you can always mix up a long designer kurti with palazzo without any second thoughts. However, with designer kurti, you can either wear a printed Palazzo or a solid one. Long designer kurti with Palazzo is the new fashion trend of the Bollywood industry.
From Mastani in ‘Deewani Mastani’ song to many celebrities of Bollywood, long designer kurti with Palazzo has become like a fashion disease in India. Do not add any heavy jewellery with this outfit as the dress is quite heavy itself. And the best part of long designer kurti with Palazzo is that you don’t have to be worried about the shoe wear, i.e. flats or heels, you can wear either one.
4. Anarkali with Palazzo
Lots of people are mixing up Anarkali and Palazzo nowadays. To make this dress happening, you need a gorgeous Anarkali and a magnificent designer palazzo. Anarkali with Palazzo is kind of a royal dress; thus you have to pair it up with a high heel and long earrings. However, for this outfit to work out properly, you need to match the colours of the palazzo and the Anarkali; contrast colour might not work in this case.
Be it asymmetrical kurti with palazzo or long straight kurti with palazzo, just follow the above rules and you are all ready to dazzle out the night party. Happy Styling, folks!