Let’s play green and white this season! Does that sound too plain, dull, and colourless? But is it? Not at all! Green and white make a stunning combination that can be adorned for parties, weddings, a quite formal office look or even a casual appeal. The best part is that these two colours bring out the ethnicity in Indian traditional wear and help you make a style statement like never before. You can never ignore the authenticity green and white provide to ethnic fashion. Still don’t believe me? Have a look for yourself.
Casual/ Office ready in a minute!
White kurtas printed with black compliment green bottom wear perfectly well. You can pair up short and long kurtas with salwars, churidaars, palazzos, or cigarette pants, as you may wish. You can take inspiration from this look. The asymmetrical front slit kurta is paired with cardamom green churidaar and gives a sensuous appeal to the entire look.
The epitome of Indian beauty
Nothing makes a woman look more elegant than a sari does. Greens and whites just take it to another level. Steal Kajol’s look by pairing a green velvet choli with chiffon or georgette white sari with golden embroidery and a green-gold border. You can carry this look for simple functions like an engagement party, anniversary party or your child’s annual function.
Get wedding ready in velvet!
White lehenga with a green velvet long choli is what you need to rock the wedding season. The resham patch work on this piece gives it a stunning, royal appeal which will definitely make heads turn. You don’t need to add excess accessories either, as the attire plays a winning game by itself!
Or maybe, the anarkali is your personal favourite!
If anarkalis are your favourites as wedding wear, you can pick one in green n white too. With a green velvet choli, a flowing chiffon bottom attached to it and a golden border running at the base, it makes the perfect wedding look. Golden embroidery at the neck and on the sleeves will make it a head turner. And the rest is history, ladies. The colours will play their magic and fetch appreciation!
For the fashionable brides – to – be!
I agree, whites aren’t allowed on the wedding day in India, but you can always make the style statement on your sangeet night or engagement party by playing the white and green combo card. A green and silver lehenga paired with a white dupatta looks as dazzling as can be.
And then there’s the offbeat look of actress Rakul Preet Singh, which you might steal!
Here’s a twist to the anarkali. Rakul Preet carried white and green elegantly in an anarkali with a white sheer choli extending in an asymmetrical bottom, which covered a green and golden printed skirt. Paired with green churidars, this makes a perfect appearance at your best friend’s sangeet!
That’s all for now, but I’ll be back with more appealing ethnic attire soon. Till then, you must try the exquisite appeal of this combination.
Keep rocking with your ethnic(s)!