If sarees, lehengas and salwar suits are your three festive story stealing ensembles every now and then, and succumbing your mind from getting through the next thought, then now is the time to evade out from the same old school ideas as the next level of festive wear is on the market and it is truly “the wanted attire” by every lady modernizing their wardrobe with a chunky dose of tradition. Despite Chanderis, Benaras, Handlooms and Silks are on the spread of the festive season, unconventional take on them with new ideas, cuts and incarnations are what turned the story totally different.
Traditionally crafted benaras brocade skirts, finely laced dhoti pants, handwoven front slit anarkalis, heavily embellished crop tops, royalty infused kalidhars and twirl worthy heavy frill feminine skirts will be spoilt for choice in what to pick for the big festive day. Making this all new collection exquisite are the factors comfort, ease and classic look and without which they would have lost a special in our hearts. So what are you waiting for, start experimenting with these styles in various hues and give an offbeat twist to the impending festival season.
Trends don’t have a defined time. They stay for some time and helps the new ones to pop up. If you’ve tired enough to wear that same old styles, here is a pack comprising of three latest trends to own.
There is no need to redefine how different jumpsuits and sarees are. Though each has claimed its popularity in their own game of western and traditional attire, the way people treat them is reminiscent to treating opposite genders. To keep a longtime full-stop, designers have stepped into the next phase of fashion where jumpsuit saree has been manifested with the infusion of style and comfort from jumpsuit, class and tradition from saree.
Defying the conventional three piece chudidaar suit, this whole new churidaar skirt highlights the new member of the family, skirt. With ease, this one lets you weigh another piece of style with a mantra to bare some mid-riff. Stirring buzz in florals, multi-colors and pastel hues, churidaar skirt is the trend to try now to be like that perfect swag girl.
Crop top-lehenga has to be taken in the account of recent success trends as this look not only seen put the ramp on the fire but known for the illusion it brings to any festive season or house warming function. Put on a simple crop top and add your age old lehenga, that’s it! you have got a promising diva look. Despite lengthy florals are reigning in the lane of crop top lehenga’s, classical kanchivarams and raw silks are also worthy trying to stand out from the circle of usual.