It’s the season of the belt and we can see them being paired up with almost every other outfit. Western outfits and belts seem to be a very obvious combination but Indian fashion world is now experimenting the chic accessory with ethnic outfits. Teaming up ethnic wear with belts is definitely in now, but this season it’s only getting bigger and better.
Apart from flaunting the stylish accessory on runways and parties, even brides choose to add a belt to their wedding outfits. But, not everyone can pull off the look with ease. Read more to know some tips and tricks to rock the stylish belt with your ethnic Indian outfits.
The belts can be teamed up on ethnic wear like anarkalis, sarees and half sarees. Especially when you’re heavy ensemble has a dupatta along, adding a belt to it will not only look chic but will also let you walk around hassle free. But choosing the right belt with the right outfit is very important. One cannot go for a studded leather belt with a traditional ensemble. If you’re wearing a bold party outfit go for bold and edgy belts and if your outfit is traditional, keep it graceful with pearls or delicate embellishments on the belt.
If your outfit is heavy, make sure you go subtle with the belt. Never over-do the belt look if you are teaming it up with a heavy outfit. But if your outfit is subtle, you can make a statement with the belt.
Above all, the most important point to keep in mind is to team up this accessory only if you have a thin waist. If you have a bulging stomach and wear a belt, you will only end up bringing more attention to it. So make sure you add a belt to your outfits only if you want to enhance your waistline. Go ahead and rock the trend in style and with confidence! 🙂