The festive season is here and you want to put your best foot forward for Pujo gatherings and Diwali parties. The words --stunning, graceful and sophisticated come to your mind and you smile to yourself dreamily. And then, you do a reality check. Pants are as close to you as Carrie Bradshaw is to her shoes.
You wanted to carry yourself with elan but are now stuck with a conundrum. As a woman who loves her pants, what can you do? Don't worry; we have the perfect fix for you. Dust your old pair of pants and head the out of the house looking like a chic fashionista who turns heads with these style tips.
1. The Monochrome Princess
A black-on-black or a single colour trend is easy to replicate and never goes out of style. Take a cue from Audrey Hepburn, and wear a monochrome outfit. Pick a pair of straight fitted block printed trousers and pair it up with a light embellished kurti or an off-shoulder tunic. Add some pizzazz by pairing it up with an intricately embroidered clutch and chand baalis. If subtle is your personal style quotient, try this trend with white, and if bold runs in your blood, we dare you to paint the town red.
2. The Queen of East meets West
It is never difficult to pull off an Indo-western outfit if done with elegance and subtlety. Don't go over overboard with too many colours and dramatic Indian prints, instead pick a style such as a dhoti pant in a vibrant hue. Mix it up with an embellished crop top and add a raw silk clutch with gota work. To complete your festive look, add pair of earrings with bead work which adds just a touch of fun and flirty glamour.
3. The Elegant Empress
The palazzo trend has been around for quite some time and it shows no signs of disappearing any time soon. If you want an outfit that feels light with a festive appeal, then try a palazzo in an earthy tone and jazz it up with a muted silk kurta. Create a bit of contrast and add a colour which you wouldn't try normally try when you choose your accessories.
Pink juttis with delicate embellishments along with drop earrings work wonders here making the outfit pop the right amount without overwhelming it.