Whenever you face doubts about “what to wear,” irrespective of the occasion, stick to the evergreen ethnic wear styles in vogue. Traditional outfits have the power to blend in with almost every fashion trend; you could experiment with different types of salwar suits with matching jhumkas, juttis, your personality, and occasion.
That said, salwar suits are the best ethnic wear you can count on for those nothing-to-wear moments.
Salwar suits work best for weddings, festivities, and other traditional events, but they also don’t fail to flatter as workwear. If you’re one of the people who love to stick to their ethnic roots, these traditional wardrobe staples will win your heart. With the evolution of fashion, salwar suits have become much more trendy.
If you are keen on bringing that desi touch to your attire, you can mix & match a little with a few salwar suits in your wardrobe to make a style statement. The ethnicity of salwar suits will never fail to turn heads at a wedding reception or other ceremonies. So, check out the different types of salwar suits we think you can own to complete your desi wardrobe.
1. Salwar suit with leggings
If you want to know how to look taller and slimmer in a salwar suit, you can pair your kurti with leggings. A long ethnic kurti can be paired with matching leggings and a dupatta to create a chic yet elegant look that everyone will love. Whether or not your kurti and dupatta are heavily embroidered depends on the kind of occasion you’d be wearing the outfit.
2. Salwar suit with peplum top
A salwar suit need not always have a long kurti that can be paired with a conventional bottom. You can bring a modern touch to your desi attire by pairing a peplum-like kurti that can be paired with sharara pants or palazzos. A sequined peplum tunic will be an ideal match for a heavily sequined sharara pant this wedding season.
3. Salwar with palazzo
Nothing can beat the classy look, and the comfortable feel that palazzos offer, which is why these bottoms make an ideal combination to pair with your kurti. You can opt for a heavily printed or embroidered kurti paired with a solid matching palazzo or the other way around. Either way, we bet you will turn heads with your chic look.
4. Salwar with skirt
If you think wearing a lehenga at your BFF’s wedding will be like stealing the thunder from her and a salwar suit will be too plain for the occasion, get the best of both worlds by pairing your short kurti with a matching skirt. To maintain the balance of this remarkable look, you can choose which one of the kurti or the dress can be heavily printed or embroidered.
Turn up in these super stylish salwar suits at any l event, and we bet you will look no less than a patakha!