The festive season is finally here and we can’t wait to take out our ethnic outfits. One of the most well-known and most worn ethnic attire around the world is Salwar Suit. It represents the authentic traditional culture of India and women around the world love to wear it for many occasions. They are very versatile as they can be very comfortable and yet very stylish and perfect for weddings or festivals.
With the passage of time and the evolution of the fashion industry, the traditional salwar suit look keeps getting new variants and designs. From Indie fusions to off-shoulders, capes, crop-tops, palazzos, and strapless designs—it’s an endless list of all the good things. So, if you are looking for some fashion inspiration to create the glam look or to spice up your traditional look, then you’ve come to the right place. Let’s catch up on the latest trends in Salwar suits. Here’s a list of eight top trends in salwar suit you need to try:
1. Blush and Teal Patiala Suit
Starting with the most favorite piece out of the designs, that is the Patiala suit. If you’ve followed Bollywood or the fashion industry in general, you’ll know these pieces never go out of style. This is one of the staples that looks often worn by women of all ages. To add a different touch to the traditional colors of the look, this combination of blush and teal adds a subtle touch of trend and glam to the look.
2. Frock Kurti Salwar Suit
Looking at another iconic look, the frock Kurti Salwar suit is the one to make you feel fashionable and royal. Frock Kurtis are traditional ethnic Kurtis with a frilled bottom for a frock-like frivolous look. Whether single or multi-colored, they continue to attract attention in the fashion business. Wear it with Patiala salwar or churidar, the frock Kurti will elevate your basic look to one of those like the Bollywood divas.
3. Embellished Pant set
The Decorated Royal Pant Set with embroidery and other stones are the one in trend. This Royal Blue Embellished Pant set is from the famous designer Ridhi Mehra’s collection. She is known for styling various celebrities for many big occasions. The royal blue georgette shirt-style kurta with a high neckline and golden flower embroidery and embellishments intensifies the royal blue. The cowl pants are a wonderful fit for the design and sporty elegance of the jacket.
4. Palazzo Salwar Suit with Straight Kurti
One of the most elegant yet simple looks one can dorn. This look can be styled in many ways depending on the occasion. It is one of the favorite styles opted by Indian women. They preserve the quintessential element of ethnic fashion’s elegance while being casual.
5. The Sharara Look
This has recently gained momentum once again in the fashion world. Brides are opting for Sharara for their wedding nuptials. Sharara is a statement piece that gives you a graceful and royal look. The work done on the piece can be embroidered, motif, Zari, or anything the buyer wants. This piece is ideal for weddings as well as small festive occasions at home.
6. Dhoti Pants with Off-Shoulder Top
Pulling a modern approach on the traditional look of the Dhoti Pants, this look can make heads turn in awe. This indo-western look is to make you stand out. This quirky dress seamlessly blends contemporary and traditional elements, and it may simply be worn as separates.
7. The Anarkali Set
The evergreen piece of clothing that will work every time. Though Anarkali set designs are all over the place and people might think they have gone out of trend, a good old piece can be turned into a statement piece or can be worn with trendy pieces. This piece by Varun Bahl, a well-known fashion designer, does the same thing. This ivory flared jacketed floral Anarkali dress in raw silk with embellished jacket brings in hints of his western silhouettes and blends them to create contemporary Indian designs.
8. Straight Pants with Floor-Length Jacket
Designers like Anita Dongre have had these sets in their collections. With both, Indian ethos and a bohemian chic vibe, this look is the one to stay. The front open floor-length jacket with peek-a-boo embroidered Pakistani straight pants is one way to go for this look. Perfect for weddings, casual festive dinners, or functions.