Gurupurab is coming up soon, so it’s time to don your cultural attire once more. When you wear a Patiala salwar suit, you will have the ideal “Punjabi Kudi” appearance. However, this time, add a new twist to your appearance by switching out the Patiala salwar for dhoti pants.
Here is some styling advice if dhoti pants are a foreign notion to you and you’re unsure how to wear them.
1. Peplum Kurta
Dhoti pants paired with a peplum kurta are currently the most fashionable combination. Consider pairing a patterned peplum Kurti with solid-coloured dhoti pants. You’ll seem fashionable and traditional for Gurupurab if you do this. The outfit can also include a dupatta, and a pair of juttis would finish it off.
2. Short Kurta
A short kurta, a dupatta, and your dhoti pants will give you the ideal Punjabi appearance. For an extra-glam look, French braid your hair and add a “parandi.” Add a pair of jhumkas as an accessory.
3. A-Line Kurta
Although it may not seem like the typical way to wear dhoti pants, this looks lovely. Choose an a-line kurta with an asymmetrical hem to provide the much-needed pzazz to your ensemble.
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4. Anarkali Kurta
The most common way to wear Anarkali kurtas is with churidars, although people also style them with palazzos, Patiala salwars, and dhoti pants. Put on a pair of dhoti pants to complement your Anarkali kurta. You can wear it by pairing it with a coordinating dupatta.
5. Pants Saree
You’ve probably heard about the newest fashion trend on the market, the pants saree. However, you can wear a blouse that matches your dhoti pants. Now bring your dupatta from your backside to your front and tuck it in on the left side. Throw it over your left shoulder after that, allowing the palla to flow. You are prepared to leave once you have pinned your dupatta in place.
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6. Indian-Western Style
This is probably the most well-liked dhoti pants ensemble and for good reason. Choose a pair of dhoti pants and wear a crop top with them. After that, add a long shrug to layer it. You’ll have a gorgeous Indo-Western appearance as a result. Lightly curl your hair, and finish off the outfit with heels.