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Casual Salwar Kameez TRADITIONAL OFFICE-WEAR IDEAS YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY TRY!

TRADITIONAL OFFICE-WEAR IDEAS YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY TRY!

When we hear the word “work-wear”, the clothing items we visualize at first are the pure executive ones such as shirts, blazers, a conventional pant-suit duo, and alike. Indian clothing is something that we don around the festive season or when we want to look out of the ordinary. That’s because ethnic wear is adjoined to weddings, festivities, and other special occasions. Although, with the gaining popularity of feel-good and comfortable clothing, Indian casual attire is also coming to everyone’s notice. Traditional garb is now augmented to the point that many Indian brands have now made a separate section for Indian executive wear. So, keeping in mind the ease, trend, and suitability, we have listed below some stunning work-appropriate traditional office-wear outfits that you would look astonishing in.

1. PRINTED PALAZZO PANTS WITH SOLID KURTI

Palazzo pants are a wardrobe staple and for all the right reasons. Palazzo pant suit is not just comfortable, but its versatile nature will let you do the mix-match as well, and hence, making it fit for every occasion. For executive wear, if you find solid shaded clothes monotonous, choose heavenly prints that are neither too detailed nor too simple. For instance, ikkat, geometrical, and batik prints are well-suited for work. Straight-cut Kurti with basic sleeves and a round or mandarin collar would complement the look really well. Put on some oxidized jewelry to conclude the ensemble.

      

2. PLAIN SALWAR KAMEEZ WITH PRINTED DUPATTA

This is another way to elevate the flat and plain salwar kameez. Dupattas have a way of taking traditional wear up by a notch. They highlight the solid shades with their gentle drapes. Printed dupattas are highly work-appropriate and trendy. Prints like botanical, ajrakh, paisley, bagh, and so forth go well with the office aesthetic. Try to pick out medium-length dupattas in chiffon, georgette, or cotton linen to keep yourself at ease alongside stylish. Colors like sage green, mauve, and brick red would counterbalance the appearance.

      

3. PRINTED COLLAR-NECK ANARKALI SUIT

Prints like ajrakh and kalamkari are impeccably intricate and prepossessing. If you’re satisfied with moderate flare imprinted with exaggerated motifs, then this is for you. If the Anarkali is out-and-out printed, you can save those for your office parties, while partially printed Anarkali suits are well-fitted for the regular working days. You can play down the outfit by choosing lustreless tones like beige, gray, and dusty blue. Plain dupattas can also assist in proportionating the attire. Collar necks like collar-V and mandarin are work-friendly and sophisticated.

      

4. BANDHANI PRINT FLARED KURTA

Bandhani or bandhej print is a tie and dye textile. It’s intricate yet simple enough to wear to work. Fabrics like cotton and georgette go well with bandhani. You can go for a heavily flared cotton kurta with a regular round neckline and basic sleeves. Pair it with a contrasting plain dupatta to neutralize the look.

     

5. ALL BEIGE EMBROIDERED TROUSER SUIT

Colors like beige, white, off-white, and gray are perse utterly muted. You can hand-pick embroideries like chikankari, shadow work, and other thread work to accentuate the look as such embossed enhancement would couple well with monotonous colors. Silhouettes such as a-line, empire line, and paneled are not only voguish but also subtle enough to put on for work. To give a tinge of vibrancy, you can set the suit together with plain net saturated dupattas.

      

6. BROCADE COLLARED-BLOUSE WITH SOLID-COLORED SAREE

Sarees are an elegant choice for work-wear. This 6 to a 9-yard unstitched piece of clothing is also a part of daily wear as it comes in varied forms. You can choose a saree with minimal work like tie and dye or go for dual-tones or ombre-shaded ones if you want to ditch embroideries. Pair it with an embellished blouse made out of a brocade fabric as the woven zari work will keep you at ease and also upraise the outfit. Collared necks will give a glimpse of the executive vibe. As the saree is plain, there will be an utmost emphasis on the blouse, which subsequently will help in balancing the ensemble.

     

7. DIGITAL PRINTED SATIN SAREES

Digital prints are absolutely in vogue these days. Checks, stripes, chevron, animal, and geometrical prints are all western and contemporary. They give an indo-western shift to the traditional finery hence, making it suitable for the office. You can modernize it even more by adding a blazer. Another alternative to this is to substitute a conventional blouse for a cotton white shirt. Satins and silks are the best material for digital prints as they blend well with the fusion clothing and bring out the glam appearance.

     

8. ALL BLACK VELVET SUIT

For winters, velvets are the best. The texture of velvet is soft, shiny, and thin. An all-black velvet trouser suit is not just flexible in accordance to the occasions but also fits equally well with everything. You can go for a little embroidery around the neck and cuffs to elevate the look. Cigarette and straight pants would keep the outfit parallel to the office surroundings.

      

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