Dressing up for Navratri is always fun and gives a lot of satisfaction. Wearing ethnic accents or accessories is a must during the festive season as they jazz up everyday wear and the regular outfits, which is a must thing when you think of dressing differently. But dressing up only while going out is not enough, and you can definitely incorporate a bit of the festive look for the office wear as well. Here are few work-wear ideas for Navratri…
Embroidered waistcoat– Ethnic Waistcoats in bright colors and patterns are great to wear with plain kurta’s. And if you want to add a bit of fusion touch, then try wearing this combination with regular tapered denims or distress jeans instead of wearing them with churidaar’s. Don’t forget to wear bindi and statement traditional earrings to complete this look.
Emroidered Kurti– Kurti with traditional embroidery details like phulkari is a perfect thing to wear with the denims. You can choose tone on tone shades for a subtle look, or can go for bright and colorful shades for which the Phulkari embroidery is known for.
Traditional scarfs– Stoles and dupatta‘s in traditional prints and embroideries can be paired with a T-shirt and denim to add a bit of the festive feel. Wrap it like a scarf or just throw it around the shoulders causally.
Traditional skirt– Ethnic skirts will look great if you pair them with fitted tops. Drape a silk or cotton dupatta around the neck and you are all set to go. Accessories like Bangles and silver jhumkas will look great with this outfit.
The dress look– Any formal dress which you can wear to office, can be paired with a traditional stole or a dupatta.