Chikankari looks royal and chic and is therefore something which you should have in your wardrobe. But wearing the whole ensemble together can be boring at times, and theses few tricks will come handy at this point where you can break the things and wear it separately.
Combine with a skirt– Since churidaar and palazzo’s have become quite predictive, wear a Chikankri anarkali with a plain skirt for festive and special occasions.
Match it up with a shirt- If your chikankari lehnga or skirt has a good dose of golden mukaishwork, then you can wear a satin shirt in off white or gold for a fusion touch. Further accessorize your look with ethnic jewellery.
Chikankari dupatta– Use your gorgeous chikankari dupatta as a favourite accessory in your wardrobe. Use it to create mix and match patterns with different stuff. Like you can wear it with a plain kurta, simple anarkali or just wrap it around the shoulders while wearing a short kurti and palazo. Go creative and create your own fun ensembles.