Who doesn’t love to flaunt the floor length anarkali suit or a pretty saree at the wedding function? Wearing a lehnga or a rich suit is something very common. I’m not saying its out-dated but it is common. We sometimes need a break from this mix and match. This makes the way for the Indo-Western trend. Imagine a crop top instead of a usual blouse paired up with a saree or just think upon wearing a heavy banarsi skirt as bottom wear over a shirt with a statement necklace to embrace it. Isn’t it interesting and cool?
So, here are some tips you can use to carry Indo-Western as a pro-
Mix and Match
Why to shy away trying new things? Beautiful designs are the result of some mixtures. Likewise we too can try experimenting with our clothes to form a dress that outstands. Just try wearing a dhoti instead of regular patiyalas over short kurti or go for simple light weight crop tops with heavy long skirts and jacket.
Wear a saree like no saree
Draping a saree in its usual ways is boring now. You can try saree over dhoti, pants, leggings, trousers and even plazzos. Infact, adding a cape to the blouse is also a nice option. This will completely change your look and will turn the heads automatically.
Break the rules with Jewellery
Why always wear gold or kundan with traditional outfits? You may opt for silver or platinum, crystals and different gems contrasting your dress color. It will really look nice. Just try once.
Opt for prints instead Heavy Work
We know that all those handworks with threads and crystals are good. But, why always choose them. If you are choosing indo-Western the prints will add an oomph factor to your dress. Just go for those digital and geometric prints.
Western style in your Indian Dress
Wearing a cold shoulder blouse with saree or those off shoulder tops with lehenga and those pom pom borders in anarkali suits, trust me, it would just be a wow effect in your normal dress.