Indian festivities in the times of Covid-19 are going to be a mix feeling for most of us! Our festivals are a way of bringing family and the community together. With Covid-19 pandemic the things will be a little different but that does not mean we can’t celebrate! Instead of shopping in a mall, go for online shopping, instead of big Diwali parties have a close knitted family gathering, because safety is first!
With the start of the festive season also comes the mandatory tradition of shopping new clothes! What style to wear and what colors to wear! This year since the festivals are falling in a colder weather, the choice of colors changes to darker and rich tones. One such color which is a befitting choice for ethnic Indian styles is Burgundy. A beautiful rich color which adds a touch of royalty to your ethnic look! Any hue of burgundy like plum, wine, cherry, rosewood to name a few is a beautiful pick for a warm and captivating festive look.
The festival fashion is also defined by the choice of fabrics; rich colors with rich fabrics are a match made in heaven! When choosing a color like burgundy for your ethnic look go for fabrics like silk, satin, georgette or velvet. If you are planning to wear a saree a beautiful Banarasi silk or tussar silk will give that perfect traditional vibe, if you are planning to wear a lehenga or Anarkali something in georgette or silk will enhance your Indian style and if you like your good old salwar suits or palazzo suits then resort to velvet or silk!
To get a better vision of how a fabric and color go together have a look at this stunning woman! She is donning a burgundy color pant suit in velvet fabric! The kurta is delicately crafted with golden zardozi work on the sleeves and the neckline, and is paired with a contrasting Banarasi fabric pant. The ensemble gives a luxurious and elegant vibe with that burgundy and velvet combined together. The styling is simple with open hair and ethnic earrings, which makes this look more comfortable and chicer! The dupatta with delicate embellishments is further elevating the charm of this ethnic suit. There is a modern and ethnic touch in this look, making it perfect for modern Indian women!
If you want to go for a more dressed up look, the same suit can be styled with a heavy pair of chandbali earrings, a low knot bun with gajra and complete your look with a bindi and potli bag. Other choice of rich colors are dark shades of green like bottle green, olive green, or deep blue shade or purple. Go all out experimenting with rich tones to add that luxurious vibe to your festive style!
For more such stunning Indian suits, Anarkalis, lehengas and saree visit Pure Elegance Indian fashion online store and be festival ready!
Article By : Charu Tyagi