Indo western dresses are smart fashion choice to make. To make it easier for you, here are ten super gorgeous Indo western dresses, which you could pick and wear anytime.
A Gorgeous silk kurti with a pair of printed or shined up palazzos
If you haven’t found an Indo western saree to wear, don’t brood over the same. You can look chic with a pair of printed palazzos and a gorgeous silk kurti. Complete the look with day makeup and not very heavily made-up eyes; a pair of kolhapuris for the feet or open laced flats, and let your hair go loose in beachy waves!
- Dhoti saree with a sleeveless Nehru coat
Bring in a little more vibrancy and match the hues of the festivities around in vibrant yellows on a dhoti saree in solid hues. Do check our previous posts on the various styles of dhoti sarees that are trending away in the world of fashion, and choose one of them. Top the look up with a metallic sheen on the Nehru coat, a top bun for the hair and pumps for the feet- quite an elegant way !
- Dance away in DIY indo-western wear
No money to buy something new? No problem. Grab hold of an old silk saree from mom and convert it into a knee-length skirt. Complete the look with a sleeveless solid-hued top in neutral or achromatic tones, and wear flats for the feet. This is a daytime look to flaunt, with minimal makeup and a street-style attitude!
- Fuse up with tie and dye pants
Harem pants in tie and dye touches can be paired with a sleeveless top, and to add more oomph and glam to the whole look, a chunky oxidized statement neckpiece would do justice. Keep the eyes smokey and nice, with matte tones for the lips and the hair can be done as per your wish. Flats for the feet, in chunky metallic tones, are nice to complete this look with.
- Chanderi touches
Grab hold of a chanderi saree and convert it into a two-piece indo-western ensemble. A white top in chanderi matched with a midi skirt made out of chanderi fabric, with the remainder converted into a chic chunni can be a stunning fashion statement to make.
- Bring on the swag
If you have a long flowing matte toned Anarkali salwar top and don’t know what to do with it, we have an idea. Emboss the neckline with handloom tassels in prettiest warm tones and convert the top into a one-piece flowing skirt. You could also go ahead and wear leggings under the top for comfort; nude leggings would make the fashion statement stand out.
- Dhoti pants with a flowing mid-slit coat
Convert an old Indo western lehenga top into a flowing mid-slit coat, allowing it breeze on the sides of the body, whilst for the bottom, one can wear a pair of white dhoti pants to make the look dazzle. Keep the makeup trendy and nice, with flats for the feet and the hair tied into a neat bun!
- Patiala pants and an embroidered crop top
Look extra haute and chic wearing Indo western dresses for women, especially with indo western kurtis. What you could do is to choose a kurti cropped top with plenty of embroidery on it, and pair it with solid hued Patiala pants; flats or khussa shoes for the feet complete the look!
- Embroidered pants and a crisp cut frock
Make this a monochromatic fashion statement, wearing a pair of embroidered pants in blue and the same shade for the crisp cut frock top you wear too. The look comes as sleek and gorgeous for sure, when you wear your eye makeup smokey and haute. Heels for the feet are a must!
- Cropped strappy cholis with a flowing printed skirt
Amongst the many indo western outfits and indo western party wear dresses we have shown you above- we love this one a little more than the rest! Vibrant and easy, calming and soft, very feminine too- a Rajasthani strappy choli with a flowing printed skirt brings in the bohemian touch!
With such beautiful options to deck up yourself all we need to know is the place to shop, Technology being handy we can buy them online with discounts and offers, I personally prefer MyntraFashionSale and sometimes even the BigBillion Sale; the sale is always the best time to grab awesome fashion wear for yourself.
Hope you like these styles, Do let us know!
Published by sana afreen