You don’t need to stock up on those western wardrobe essentials as not everyone will be comfortable carrying off a skater skirt! To all those lovely ladies out there who would rather look beautiful in their ethnic wear, here is the list!
1. Comfortable Kurtis
Kurtis are effortless to style and will get you through all those summer months like a breeze. You can invest in some basic kurtis that you will be able to wear again and again. You can pair them with jeans, leggings, patialas or even ethnic skirts. The choices are endless when it comes to dressing up or dressing down of the kurtis.
2. A Versatile Dupatta
A heavily embroidered or crushed dupatta or a dupatta with heavy patch work will add so much of style quotient to your ethnic outfits. You can always mix and match lot of these dupattas to any of your simple suits to add a splash of colour and richness to it.
3. Ethnic skirts
There are so many options when it comes to styling these skirts. You can wear a skirt underneath your tank top for an indo western kind of look. You can also go for a stylish blouse to pair with your lehenga and a dupatta to go with it to achieve a lehenga look.
4. Sequined Blouse
The three classic colours in the sequined blouse category would be red, golden and silver. If you have them then you are sorted for all those parties and functions. You can wear a nice simple saree with these heavy blouses to amp up your ethnic diva look.
They are like the most comfortable item of clothing for me. I can basically live in leggings for as long as possible. Chances are you already have them in so many colours. If not then start with few basic shades of leggings that you will be able to mix and match with different kurtis.
6. Multipurpose Patiala Salwar
They are truly a stylish piece of clothing. Patiala salwar goes well with short kurtis, long shirts, tunic and even spaghetti tops. They are airy; you can move around in them without any hassles and look super chic.
A traditional wardrobe is incomplete without them. They come in variety of shapes, sizes, textures and patterns. A flattering fit of the Anarkali will never fail to fetch you so many compliments. So think about your body shape and then go for Anarkali that will suit you well.
A classic ethnic wardrobe needs a mix and match of different accessories like jhumkis, silver or gold earrings, kolhapuris, jutis, bangles and a classic clutch. Stock up on different varieties of them to amp up the style quotient up a notch and to complete your ethnic outfits.