Still busy brainstorming how to sizzle at the workplace in ethnic wear? Well, W for Woman comes to your rescue! Make the style statement in effortless ethnic fashion that will not only make you stand out, but will also fetch you jaw-dropping appreciation!
Women have been eternally confused about choosing their work wear. Though the formal shirts and pencil cut pants look incredibly smart but they give a sense of boredom and ‘sarkari feels’ after a while. And to be honest, for how long can we bubbly souls endure the plain trousers and boring shirts? We need to add some vibrant hues to our work wardrobe and ethnic clothing does the same with an effortless elegance and grace.
Go ethnic this season. And if you are still not convinced, these ideas and W’s ethnic fashion pieces will surely influence you!
A kurta does not always say ‘behenji’!
Kurtas have (since time immemorial – got into the flow, sorry…) always been a safe bet. Long and short, printed or plain, loose or well – fitted, be it any way, they will give a charming appeal to your overall look. It is indeed easy to play a look up or down with a kurta, without being left with the ‘behenji’ label. If you wish to keep it simple, straight and modern cuts go a long way for you. Or if you wish for a more traditional look, there’s embroidery and prints. For making a style statement, there’s of course, W.
Multicoloured, printed sleeveless kurta from W – Helping you make the style statement with comfort: INR 1200
Don’t want to go overboard? Steer away from the blingy Anarkalis at work
Bua ki beti ki shadi. Chachi ke bete ki engagement party. Mamu k dost ki beti ka sangeet. Best friend ki reception party. You must be having a pile of wedding clothes overcrowding your wardrobe! But that so does not say – wear me to work. Does it? It is easy to look like you’re trying too hard or are overdressed, in anarkalis. So, better leave them alone for a while.
Buy salwars in accordance with your body frame
Nothing makes you feel more comfortable than a salwar does. But even with them, if you are still under the impression that they are a single style, you are far behind, dear friend. The fashionistas are heading a totally different direction, and experimenting with the old school salwars. There’s the heavy Patiala salwar (the one that compliments short kurtis exceptionally well), the dhoti salwar, the slim fit salwar, besides the plain old one of course. Patiala suits the thin women well. The good old plain one goes well for about anyone. The slim fits give you a thinner look and can even be paired with shirts.
But if salwars sound too old school, there’s a lot more too!
Palazzos, straight pants, churidars, culottes, there’s just endless choice. As long as you wish to experiment, you won’t be at loss. You can even pair up skirts with W kurtas and they look exceptionally well balanced and fashionable.
White printed sleeveless kurta from W – The long kurtas go well with cigarette pant too! : INR 1020
Say an absolute ‘no’ to kurtas over jeans. Flaunt those sarees (but leave the backless blouses back home unless you want creeps hovering over you all day). Look chic in plain and collared blouses. Make juttis your best buddies. Try the jhumkas which are always in vogue. Ditch the sport shoes (until you want to ruin the entire effort). Stick to shawls and dump long coats. Wrap it up with a simple round bindi. And you are set.
Rule the corporate, ladies!