Every year, a festival called Makar Sankranti is celebrated in Indian traditions, to mark the end of winter. As Indian-Americans we are always looking forward to upcoming festivals and celebrations to doll up, eat traditional food and enjoy the festivities.
The color black is typically worn on this day as it absorbs the heat, hence increasing the body heat giving protection against the cold weather.
There is a plethora of ethnic wear that look super classy in black. We all know that us ladies love to style ourselves in black from head to toe as it makes us look eminently elegant.
Let me help you with some black outfit ideas to celebrate the end of winter with style!
Suits are always the best way to go for chilly winters.
They are comfortable and easy to wear and you can effortlessly pair them with any shawl, a shrug or even a coat to keep yourself warm.
You can enjoy the kite flying tradition and other celebrations without worrying about tripping over your flowing Indian Ethnic wear.
BLACK ETHNIC SKIRTS
In chilly temperatures, wearing a skirt is also a smart option as it can help keep your legs warm.
You can pair your skirt with a sweater blouse, shirt or a designer top and a shawl.
Accessorize your outfit with a statement Indian necklace or pearls and Jhumka earrings. Kundan Jewelry would be a great match to this simple and elegant outfit.
Many Bollywood beauties like this look as it is a beautiful merger of grace and confidence.
If you are looking for an indo-western look, pair your skirt with a sweater and boots and you will feel really cozy near the bonfire.
Sarees are always a go-to for any traditional celebrations and a perfect outfit true ethnic wear lovers.
You can pair your sarees with sweater blouses, embroidered blouses, and even a jacket to warm yourself up.
Silver Indian Jewelry is always a good match for black outfits, but you can also pair with Indian gold jewelry to make it gaudy and flaunt your style with pride.
Black Ethnic Dresses
Solid black traditional Indian dresses can be styled really well with a contrast dupatta.
Similar to skirts, you can accessorize your dress with a statement Indian necklace and Jhumka earrings. Kundan Jewelry would always be a great match to this simple and elegant outfit.
Article By : Alokebarna Das