The trendy fashion twists and transformations that the staple designer salwar kameez has earned the ethnic style extra brownie points over other traditional styles. Fashion designers have been experimenting with this women’s favourite style, giving it snazzy and sassy modern silhouette.
Keeping in mind the aesthetics and comfort, the cut has undergone numerous changes. Be it straight cut, A-line flared, angrakha style, anarkali, jacket style or asymmetric, the kurti has got many makeovers. The length too varies from short, mid-length to floor-length versions.
From salwars, churidars, patialas, shararas, ghararas, dhoti pants, skirts, lehengas, palazzos, cigarette pants to crop pants, the bottoms too have undergone their share of experimentation. Now time to jazz up your designer salwar kameez look with five trendy twists!
Angrakha Style Flared Kurti With Sharara/Gharara
Give a twist to your routine salwar kameez look with this angrakha style mid-length flared kurti teamed with sharara/gharara. This nude colour flared anarkali kurti features embroidered neckline and waistline with mirror and ghungru tasselled dori and long sleeves adorned with beautiful zari and thread embroidery with sequins and stone work.
Matching net sharara is also embellished with embroidered motifs. The look gets complete with a matching chiffon dupatta with golden border.
Belted Dupatta With Floor-Length Anarkali
A sleek belt can add a little drama to your normal ethnic look. All you have to do is cinch the dupatta with the belt and it will accentuate the waistline. This enticing blush pink floor-length net anarkali suit is perfect for the belted look. It features allover rich embroidery with sequins, beads and stone work. A beautiful neckline embellished with stone work complements the anarkali.
Back Trail Anarkali with Lehenga or Pants
Be the slay queen with this back trail anarkali teamed with lehenga or pants! The back trailing side slit anarkali top makes a fashion statement along with its unique frilled sheer neckline with sweetheart bodice. It features all over rich zari and thread embroidery with stone work.
This party wear ensemble can be worn in two ways; first embroidered raw silk pants and second raw silk lehenga. The lehenga is bordered with golden lace at the hem, giving the outfit a layered effect. Matching net dupatta with butis and lace border completes the look. To get party ready, accessorise your look with a floral head piece, you can add feathers for over the top look. Carry a designer clutch with sling strap and turn heads wherever you go.
Tiered Gharara/Sharara With Sheer Sweetheart Neckline Kurti
Give a new voice to your traditional style with by teaming this tiered gharara/sharara with net kurti embellished with embroidered floral motifs. It features sheer neckline with a sweetheart bodice and beaded lace hem. The look gets complete with matching chiffon dupatta adorned with beautiful floral embroidery and sleek golden lace border.
Cropped Pants not Salwar
Gone are the days of teaming your kurti with a traditional salwar. Now is the time for chic cropped pants. This delicately embroidered brasso kurti teamed with cropped pants is ideal for modern day fashionistas. The floral embroidery along the neckline in a neckpiece pattern and armlet pattern on the sleeves adds charm to the style of the designer salwar kameez. It’s teamed with a matching chiffon dupatta with a sleek pink border adding a hint of colour in the right place.