This is the season of marriages and parties. Every lady loves going to the parties, and want themselves to look different and attractive from the rest of the crowd. It could be monotonous to every time pull on the pants and struggle into a short top. One can look different as well as attractive with the traditional dressing, that adds an aesthetic value to your charm and definitely takes you a class apart. So, be the talk of the party with these Tips on traditional dressing.
1. Go for plain sarees in colours like blues, reds, blacks, with borders in metallic hues such as silver, bronze or burnished gold. You could even team it up with a stylish blouse, low backs, preferably in metallic hues.
2. Go for black velvet straight cut churidar kurtas with low back or an elegant Chinese neck – both can be carried with as grace and ease as a slit backless gown or a fur lines short jacket.
3. Go for a beautiful Kashmiri designed silk kaftan or a revel knee-length kaftan,
4. Go minimalistic on neckwear if sporting long chandelier earrings. If you just love your colorful beady neck strings or that funky neckwear, try teaming it with stunning simplistic or flower power studs.
5. Choose comfortable, smart footwear to party all night, small or no heels can help you party the night away while giving minimal stress to your back and feet.
6. To protect yourself from the winter chill, get an elegant stole in single colour with a little glitter on the end corners. Throw it casually over a saree see the change in your appearance.
7. Go for light make-up and play with your hair. Don some hair Accessories to create magic.
Model: Sonika Jain
Article By: Subastou Daksh Pandey – Fashion Desinger, Udaipur
About the Author: After his basic education from Udaipur, Subastou received his B.A.Honor’s in fashion merchandising and production management form New Delhi (Nottingham University, London). He is an Artisan certified from Ministry of Textiles , Government of India as well as a Faculty in National Centre for Design and Product Development, set up by the Ministry of Textile, Government of India. He has won several awards, including Best creative designer award from Designer Jatin Kocchar, New Delhi.