For most of the women fashion knows not comfort, well it should!
For anyone who has never been in the comfort zone of fashion should go try Neo-Fashion of ‘Kurtis & Jhumkis’. Well, that explains what the recent neo-fashion-phase mostly consists of, right? Women, if not all, are about kurtis, junks, and ripped denim these days! And as much as they love wearing kurtis with a pair of leggings and kolhapuris, there is always a better looking Indo-Western Style to experiment with. And the best part? It allows the wearer to pull oxfords on an assemblage of a kurti and denim! There are so many fun ways to style an Indian wear, plus the comfort they bring in is worth appreciating and falling for! And why not, neo-fashion is a total savior, especially when you are stuck in a fashion rut and need a touch of that ‘extra something’ in your simple outfits. Follows a list of options to choose from if you need some inspiration:
*For women who aren’t really into the Indian wears should try pairing a printed kurti with a pair of culottes and colorful juttis. The kurti will do all the talk, and you will be spared from accessories.
*Strike a perfect balance of fusion and funk by wearing white shirts or tops with colored patialas, super-handy? Black and white is a classic combination to try for this look. Finish it up with silver jewellery and pointy-toed flats.
*A versatile and beautiful ethnic skirt can be worn as a lehenga, with a crop top and as well as with kurtas. Or one can pair it up with a formal white button down shirt and accessorized it with junk jewellery!
*A jacket is ‘Jack Of All Trades’! Team it with jeans, dresses, and trousers for a smart fusion look. It will give your regular tee and jeans look a simple yet stylish lift and plus point, it works well with solid colors as well as prints.
*Pair a semi-dhoti skirt with a black lace crop top or simply wear it with a black t-shirt and it still looks pretty great! The best part about it is that it shows off all the right curves of your body. To go further, team it up with layered silver junk pieces.
*Pair any printed cotton dress with contrasting dupatta of any material, if you are to heed my take – I will recommend you to go for a silk dupatta. To complete the look, wear a bindi.
*Team your colored dupatta with a black crop top, black palazzos and gold jewellery. Black and gold work for most of the woman! So, sure to get you tons of compliments.
Fashion is all about comfort, and confidence. So this Independence Day, take your Fashion Resolution to get freedom from the ‘Herd-Walk’ and be your own Skin & Clothes.