Oh! So what’s up? Are you fretting over a palazzo? And the fact is that you need a girly look! Adding accessories to your usual flared-bottom outfit will take extra time, especially to make it womanly. Of course a resplendent Anarkali will be sufficient to brighten up on your pals wedding.
Yet how many Indian women can pull off a casual wear with a classic traditional item? Most of you wear latest designer long kurtis or a salwaar suit effortlessly. Then why do you back off while trying to add some masala into the Palazzo?
Take a deep breath and read these tips. Become palazzo-classy in the Indian way!
Just adapt the multi-faceted Dupattas with an outfit consisting of these – kurti or palazzo or salwaar suit or leggings. The look goes from ultra-tradition to uber-desi.
Also change the way you use the stole or dupatta. Try knots or loop fashion, on the side of the hand or others.
Now the lace bottom pants are big sensational news in fashion. We welcome it in open arms. Yet we like to play more. Mix and match guys! Use the palazzo pants along with long kurtis at the office. Check out the people’s awestruck faces!
Palazzos with Shorter Kurtis
Kurta-patiala romance affair has been around quite some while. It is wearable and also trendy-looking. Add some ‘desi tadka’ to it! Mix these flared pants or bottoms with the small kurtis. Adorn some antique jewelry and presto! You look magnificently stylish.
Oh yes I know that you are imagining the old lehenga and choli affair. Relax. Well, not exactly! We don’t want to disturb, but we want to rule. All you need here is a tea long palazzos and a small kurti. Mix ‘em.’ Ha ha! You have finally united the contemporary with these authentic styles. Well, if you want to go further deep.
Try mixing the palazzo with these stunning anarkali kurta or A-line to stand out with an edgy look. You can also use designer kurti tops or kurtis with the flared bottoms.
Now we all know that the entire world has used traditional jackets or kotis for their collections. Just mix a full sleeve jacket or halter koti to the casual palazzo. And you are left with a breathtaking transformation.
Some more instant desi-fixes just for you read on, for more!
The best mixes are super-fast. Quick! Mix a patterned palazzo pant to the slender tank in the opaque shades.
Now add any Chic blazer and you made the same outfit more adaptable!
The frailer bodies could also use a new mix. Go droopy by mixing a lengthy flared trouser to a similarly lengthy button up. See that they are bright in color.
And, now let’s go through some more fast mixing with the Palazzo!
- Mix a usual tee
- Bring in booties and cropped jacket to strengthen the style
- Winter? No worries. Mix it along with a leather jacket and cashmere
- Emboss the waist with the neat belt and mix the pants alongside a tank top
- Bold jewelry kicks in more spice
- Lucky few who have washboard abs? Use the crop top
Below are some of the western and Bollywood inspired Palazzo mixes!
- Add the slender cardigan to flare-leg pants for good old stylish parties. Even the extra size of the pants by mixing in a jacket.
- You can also add a touch of macho to the palazzo! Wear them with the stunning chambray shirt.
- You want more flared office wear? Pair a custom made palazzo with some girly tops.
- Bold looking flared bottoms are good with a fit tank, inspired from Bollywood!
This is the knowledge from the fashionistas, who want some more out of the palazzos. These flared trousers strike gold when you mix and match properly. I enjoyed writing this for you. Hope you loved the new mixes!
We hope to see you try more informal and traditional Indian mixing. Share the ‘new ideas’ with your friends with the share button. Write to us in the comments below about this trendsetter Palazzo post. Don’t forget to take the advantage of the tips above.