Monsoon Styles With Ethnic Palazzos & Types Of Kurtis
Hola nature girls and fashion lovers!
Welcome monsoon with your most playful and fashionista spree. When you’re beating the season’s strength with most warm and spicy cuisines such as pakodas, chocolate crushes, paranthas and all, I am here thinking about bright pouty lips, stylish buns comfortable yet designer ethnic wear dresses (because we just love it girls!) and latest trendy accessories to add on. How can we put aside palazzos and our favourite kurtis when it’s on the topic cosy apparels!?
Palazzos and different styles of kurtis represent such awesome combination of ethnic wears which are designed with respect to your comfort zone and unbeatable looks every time you wear. Bang on the trendiest types of palazzos and kurtis you should stack for a Happy Monsoon celebration.
High Palazzos & Long Kurti
This year, try printed brocade high palazzos which will end a little above the ankle and solid long kurti just our fave Sonam Kapoor has adorned it. Wear lightweight hanging earrings and sling bag for that Boho chic appeal. Complement your ultimate look with tassel loafers.
Harem Pants & Short Kurti
It’s raining outside, let’s be comfy and minimal!
Check out harem style palazzo pants and short kurti as shown and complement your look with mojaris or Punjabi juttis. Wear antique golden jewellery for a serious adhere.
Sharara Palazzos & Aline Kurti
Designer ethnic wear is not for monsoon!!! What? Be calm and fabulous dear!
Mix n match your bright sharara with A-line kurti as shown and strut then like a diva. Pair it up with sleeveless long kurti and minimal jewellery to draw the limelight on your elegance.
Plain Palazzos & Gujrati Style Flared Kurti
It raining heavy and you’ve to attend a function like now-now!? Don’t worry we have a solution. Go with plain palazzos and Gujrati style flared kurti. Synthetic leather high heels will be apt for Indian streets. Get tinkling lightweight jewellery for that royal look.
With Sheer Floor Length Kurti
A little glitter and all of subtle are so perfect to define monsoon hues. Adore your chic beauty with turquoise, pink, coral red and sunny yellow coloured floor length kurti these months. Get this designer ethnic wear online and complement it with solid white or cream coloured palazzos
With Shirt or Front Slit Kurti
For tall figures, shirt style and front slit kurtis will be apt. Pair them up with silk style palazzos and oxidised jewellery. Wear peep toe heels and chunky jewellery with them.
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