The last decade has seen an exceptional change in the designs of ethnic outfits since new styles and patterns are now ruling the fashion trends. With the changing trends, designers can be seen experimenting with the styles, designs, fabrics, and works like zardozi, gota, sequin, thread – where all of these are being added to the traditional dresses to add to their timeless beauty.
As we progress and so does the trend, the traditional outfits are shedding the notions that bound them to the repute of being worn by older women only. Today, along with the modernized designs, women also have preferences for heavy embroideries, stonework, pearl, and net fabrics. Therefore, designers are focusing on refining their art and creating lovely pieces having the above-stated attributes.
This particular costume type has managed to leave its mark globally because of its feminine touch and the attributes of grace and poise.
As we know that fashion trends are always one step ahead, and you can never predict or imagine what will be in style next. So, here we are with the sneak peek into the latest ethnic outfits for 2019:
At the Lakme Fashion Week 2019, Yami Gautam was seen walking the ramp in Gauri and Nainika’s signature tulle gown with embellished floral designs on it. To add oomph to her look, the outfit was teamed with a pair of boots instead of the stereotypical heels, dewy makeup with glossy lips and smokey eyes complemented her gown. Accessorize with stud earring to keep the look minimal.
Applique Work Lehenga
The Race 3 actress, Daisy Shah looked marvelous in an all-black blingy lehenga with heavy embroidery as she walked the ramp for designer Reeti Arneja at The Wedding Junction Show. Amongst many ways of lifting this look, one could be by pairing it with gold plated bracelet, straight hair, and minimal makeup to appear more gorgeous.
Asymmetrical Dhoti Skirt
This traditional yet fusion option is extremely adaptable and can be worn out with a short tunic, crop top, bandi or even a trendy asymmetrical jacket. There is a lot of fun and play you can have with this dress and still look feminine in it. To keep the simple and yet stylish look, merely wear it with a white gold plated ring, and complete the overall look with wedges.
Flap Trousers and Top
Flap trousers with crop tops are fun, elegant, and airy. You could easily dress up or down with them. It would be best if you go with plain or colored pants with matching silk or chiffon crop top for a special event or party. One smart way to accentuate this piece of attire is with tone plated earring, block heels, and you are good to go.
Embroidered Anarkali Set
This ivory and blue embroidery anarkali set come along with heavy embroidered dupatta in Kota Silk fabric. A two tone gold plated ring, braided plates, and jootis will go well with this piece of outfit.
This sums up our list for all the traditional outfits and imitation jewellery you might need in 2019 – for weddings to parties. So, ladies incorporate these styles in your wardrobe, and get ready to look graceful on the occasions!