Clearly, ethnic Indian wear holds a special place in our hearts.
Winter has already taken flight and the cold has given it a sense of existence. With the arrival of winter, the wedding season gets underway. As with any other season of the year, winter is also a time to look chic and stylish in Indian clothing. But, you might feel cold even though you are wearing an elegant salwar kameez collection or a lehenga choli - in short, ethnic Indian wear. Ultimately, we put our favourite Anarkalis, Kurtis, and Sarees away in favour of a regular jacket, sweater, or cardigan.
It doesn't matter if it's for the workplace or for the great Indian wedding festival that begins during the winter - ethnic Indian wear reigns supreme. What if you wanted to survive the bone-chilling winter waves while rocking ethnic Indian wear?
You can establish new fashion trends by applying a few fashion tips to your ethnic wear selection. Let's start with some winter essentials. Here we go>>
How To Style Ethnic Indian Wear For Chilly Weather
The Rescue Jacket
High neck jackets are perfect with anarkalis, lehengas, and sarees to give you a stylish look and a great way to beat the wind. The best way to make your Saree, Lehenga's, or Anarkali look more Haute is to wear a rich velvet or thick silk jacket over it. The idea is very simple and easy to achieve and will ensure that you are noticeable and get a chic look in your ethnic Indian wear.
Wear Shawls To Beat Winter
Today, there are many colors and styles of shawls available, including embroidery, shine and a lot of sequins for extra glam. When dressing in your ethnic Indian wear during winters, rather than wearing a dupatta with your outfit, pick a shawl that matches well with your outfit instead. It is also possible to use the a shawl as a second pallu with a saree as well!
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Put On A Sweater Like A Blouse
When attending a winter wedding, wearing ethnic Indian wear is a given! Cold should not be a concern. As a blouse, you can wear your favorite cardigan or sweater. Totally statement-worthy, comfortable, and glamorous. Dress it up by layering it with jewelery and contrasting it with the colour of your saree. Adding this to your desi ethnic Indian wear style is an easy and effective method of enhancing your style.
Make Fabric Work for You in the Chill Breeze
Consider fabrics like velvet, silk, fur, etc. that are warm. Keep warm and save yourself from the extreme chill by choosing fabrics that keep you warm. Light fabrics such as chiffon and satin should be avoided when it comes to styling yourself in ethnic Indian wear. If you want warm and cozy sarees, consider velvet sarees, Pashmina sarees, embroidered sarees, silk sarees, and embroidered salwar suits. Choose fabrics such as these when you're wearing ethnic Indian wear during winters.
Jacket With a Lehenga Choli
This type of ethnic Indian wear look is perfect for a close friend of the bride, a bridesmaid, or someone attending the wedding as a guest. It is always a good idea to wear a jacket over your lehenga choli if you don't want to compromise in terms of your wedding look. This ethnic Indian wear look has been seen on a number of Bollywood stars in recent times. When paired with an ethnic lehenga, a long jacket adds a layer of protection and a touch of sophistication to the outfit, while giving it a sense of sexiness. Having a jacket really makes you feel like a queen, and that's why they're so popular.
Style Tip: Embroidered phulkari jackets or silk brocade jackets with phulkari brooches are stylish options.
Long Sleeves To Save You From Winter Chills
The best way to combat the cold during winter is to wear clothes with full sleeves. Don't be afraid to wear long sleeves with heavy embroidery. If you are choosing ethnic Indian wears such as lehenga cholis, salwar kameez collections, or designer sarees, keep this factor in mind. In addition to being more fashionable, long sleeves are also more practical. Keeping yourself warm without sacrificing style or fashion is one of the easiest ways to combat the winter chill.
(P.S. All image source : Pinterest)
We have seen the amazing and unique ways in which we can style our beloved ethnic Indian wear for the winter season. Remember, style is a way to express who you are without having to speak. So go ahead, rock the winter wedding season with the above mentioned tips and don’t forget to go through our other blogs for more such styling tips and tricks!
Until next time. Keep it fashion-forward! ❣️