6 Indian Ethnic Wears Tips For Women During Winter

Everything looks sorted and enjoyed at the most when planned smartly even before. So with winter season! One needs to be very conscious of this season and need to give more attention to their skin and fashion because layers can interrupt and become a fashion disaster. In western wears, one can open up their fashion tongue with jackets, blazers or long and cosy gowns but in Indian ethnic wears, we have some complications. The beauty of every ethnic wear is so prime and stands out that a true fashionista will never want it to put under layers.

So, here are some best Indian ethnic wear tips for smart women to fight winter chills in their best way…

Fabric That Matters

Be it velvet, cotton, khadi or Pashmina, winter is all about creamy and heavy fabrics. Go with warm and fleece woven fabrics or dresses such as Pashmina sarees, khadi online salwar suit and many more. There is nothing like, if you have a heavy and long dress you will feel the warmth you wished for. It can go wrong as well. Before making a purchase of winter clothes and ethnic wears, try to understand about the fabric.

Work Patterns For The Season

Winter comes in layers! And if you just love to add layers over layers, then stone embellishments or beads or sparkles are not great for that period. It may add itchiness to your skin or can destroy the fleece of your sweater or coat.

Choose light embroidered or amazing border work salwar suits and pair it with long ethnic jackets or shrugs.

Dress’s Length

Obviously length does matter here because it is the only thing which will be covering you from head to knee or more. So, select your Indian wear dress according to the tolerance from chills of your body. It is generally recommended to wear below knee level ethnic wears for women.  Asymmetrical suits are another choice for fashionistas and a great competitor in winters.

Colour Of Winter

There are some very specific colours such as bottle green, coral red, orange, pastel pink and many more which are soothing to eyes and pitch perfect as winter hues. To get cosy and feel delighted in winter fractals, nothing is better than the shades you chose to wear. Go with light, pastel and coral colours this season.

Boots Are Like Trendsetters

Who says, boots are a big no-no with ethnic wears? Well, this is what trendsetters do like Deepika did with boots and kurtis. This Bollywood diva chose to wear a tassel belt and Manhattan combat boots with her casual kurti. The teal colour is enough of alluring to match up with winter essence.

Do not afraid of trying something new and go ahead with western styling sense fusion with ethnic wears. Single try won’t eat up your time or prestige!

Try Collar Look

Addition of collar is quintessential and when tried with Indian ethnic wears such as salwar suits, kurtis, or saree blouses or lehenga cholis, the look propagates a stand-alone appeal to the wearer. Do you want that?

In winters, it will provide you ultimate cosiness and warmth around your neck. And this is the place where we want to hide in layers during the chills.

We wish you to have a smart and fashionable season ahead and if you have any queries related to this article, just ping us…


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