New Year’s eve – an opportunity to spruce up and dance the night away into 2021. Regardless of whether you are planning a little gathering at home to invite the New Year with negligible visitors, looking extraordinary should be your need.
Anuj Mundhra, Chairman and MD at JaipurKurti.com shares a couple of tips on casual yet jazzy ethnic outfits to test:
Layer them up
Layering is as significant in ethnic wear all things considered in western outfits. A layer over your typical Kurtis can raise the whole look in a snap. On the off chance that you are serious enough, evaluate capes over Kurtis or a harvest top. Go for sheer net capes, perfect cotton capes or exquisitely printed capes. Adding a cloak or coat makes for a snazzy change.
Be explicit about shading and prints
To keep the bubbly mind-set try not to wear natural tones, all things being equal, settle on pastels and lively gem tones. Suppose it’s daily festival attempt pastels or delicate and light tones. Join some sparkle in nightwear, however, don’t try too hard. Wrap your dupatta and scarf with a belt or a bejewelled suggest. Little exquisite prints can complement any body type. Attempt to avoid gigantic botanical and paisley themes.
Supplant the churidar with Palazzo
This new year, rather than going with age-old churidars and salwars, decide on palazzos or cigarette pants for contemporary style. Pair your long kurtas with skirts. Try not to settle on a distinct difference, as it doesn’t look great whenever composed erroneously.
Wear crop tops with ethnic skirts
Trial by joining western yield tops with ethnic skirts for a combination look. On the off chance that your apparel is strong pick a lovely zardozi, brocade, wrap or weaved top.
An assertion dress consistently looks exceptionally tasteful and rich. Go for long, hilter kilter, wrap collars or printed dresses if you feel cold pair it with a calfskin coat for that extra moxie.