6 Addictive Indian attire that will rock your workplace

6 Addictive Indian attire that will rock your workplace

Women are perpetually very puzzled about what to wear to office though they have heck lot of options to wear . Those pencil pants, pencil skirts and formal shirts do look smart, but after certain point they get bored with their same look. And for how long one can carry the same plain trousers pants and plain shirts? I mean, you have to add some sort of color and style to your work closet, right?

Here are some awesome ideas to dress up to your workplace, and I am sure that this would help my divas to rock at their workplace .

1. Wearing a kurta in you workplace not only boosts your confidence but also escalates your “X” Factor.

Kurtas are your safe pair of hands in your wardrobe . You can team them plain or printed, long or short, fitted or loose and they are compelled to look good on you. It’s quite easy to play with them, and no one is going to call as old fashioned chick. If you wanna go slightly formal, go for cotton bright kurta with a pale loose palazzo is always a great idea. Going little of the box is never too bad for that go for a cold shoulder kurta with neutral makeup and heavy eye kohl and you are good to go.

2. Kurta paired with a jeans or formal pant : Is definitely a hit parade!!!!

If your workplace’s environment is not rigorous with a heavy dress code , then you could possibly wear a kurta with jeans. The short ones look much better with denims and formal pants anyway and obviously no one can forget “Deepika padukone’s” Piku attire where her style was been raved my million of girls out there.

3. A Saree is never a bad idea to drive your colleagues crazy 😅

A Saree is never a bad idea to drive your colleagues crazy

Not many girls from this generation like the idea of wearing saris neither in workplace nor in a date. They find the idea either too uncool or too saturated . But my divas mark my words sarees are always evergreen attire options for girls! It looks sleek and sophisticated at the same time. But while wearing a saree one should always keep it mind that they should choose the fabric according to their body type. If you are thin, silk and cotton are great for you because they add more volume to your body. But if someone wish to look slim, go for a lightweight fabrics such as chiffon, crepe or Georgette. If my girls you are unable to hide those unwanted flabs around your waist and stomach, then distribute the pleats instead of tucking them around your navel so that the added volume of the outfit is not acquired at one place.

4. Go for ripped jeans and long kurta : Hit or Miss????

Ripped jeans sounds little quirky in workplace but we can’t miss the fact that its 21st century and everything what you wear is going to be a style statement from then and there. You can pair it with a pair of mojaris and a bold lip and neutral makeup.

5. Bold salwar kameez are always voguish

Accept it or not, nothing is more comfortable and stylish than the salwar. Whether you pair it with Patiala pant , dhoti pants or leggings . And Clearly you have no idea where the trendsetter are heading for. The normal salwar looks good on pretty much everyone. Patiala is for women who are thin as it makes you look healthier. On the other hand, the narrow salwars make you look thin.

6. Try out for some boho jewellery pieces

It’s not at all tough to match accessories with Indian wear. You could pair oxidized jhumkas with kurtas, large chunky rings and bangles! Indian Market is crowded with oxidized chunky jewel pieces and girls you can definitely try some funky boho look in your workplace .


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