Winters are here and with winters also arrives lots of weddings. Every woman prefer to dress in Indian wear during weddings. But it’s not that easy to carry ethnic outfits in winter, like you can’t wear a backless choli or a sleeveless blouse. So, here we are suggesting you 5 different ways to style your Indian wear this winter:
If you are wearing a saree then you can switch to short or long jacket instead of saree blouses. Need not necessary that you pick up a western jacket instead you can wear an ethnic jacket in velvet or silk. If you don’t have any ethnic jacket then you can also take any of your western jacket and accessorize it with an Indian style broach. You can also style a short jacket with anarkali suits or straight cut suits.
Sweater as Blouse
Well saree have such elegance that even in winters every woman love to drape a saree. But if you are worried about the chill winds in winter then you can wear you sweater as blouse and protect yourself. Even with lehenga also you can do the same thing, pick up a tight fitted sweater instead of choli and you are all ready. You can also pair up sweaters with dhoti pants, palazzos and accessorize it with chunky jewellery.
Leggings and Pants
During winters you have to cover yourself completely from top to bottom. So, leggings and pants are a boon in winters. To set a style statement in Indian Wear during winters and also protect yourself from cold breeze, you can drape a saree in dhoti style and team it up a tight fitted pants. Also if you are wearing a lehenga choli then you can wear the leggings below the lehenga. Though no one will get to know about the leggings that you are wearing under the lehenga but you can save yourself from the winter breeze smartly.
This one is the safest option to choose. You can wear a long coat with your saree and protect yourself in winters. This look goes well for office wear.
Full Sleeves Blouse
In this era of fashion and trends you can’t just wear tonnes of sweaters and protect yourself during winters, what about the style quotient?? It’s equally important as you won’t like to make a fool of yourself by dressing up in a wannabe style. Sarees are evergreen and you can wear them in every season but you have to be extra careful while wearing a saree during winters. Like you can opt for a full sleeves blouse which will keep your hands protected from the winter winds. Also you can choose thick fabrics sarees like kanjeevaram, banarasi silk sarees or brocade saree. Avoid wearing thin or transparent fabrics like chiffon, georgette or net.
So, if you have a wedding to attend in few days and you are confuse about how to style your Indian wear this winter then try out the above suggested options.