Let’s break the monotony of the conventional party ensembles and step into 2020 in gorgeous Indian wear outfits.
From where should I start? The Indo western Gowns or straight cut suits!! The flamboyant heavy work sarees or the plain ones! 2019 is close to wrapping with the much-awaited 2020 and we are all in a dilemma to bring our best lookout.
Everything about traditional outfits is completely different and unique with each one having its own charisma. The ever-growing world of ethnic fashion where choices are endless, it becomes hard to go with the ‘best’ one. For those who are unaware of such outfits, Jalebe has numerous options that are open to all the shoppers.
Indian authentic craftsmanship has been adored the world over, be it handlooms or handicrafts. The process of the carving of wood or weaving, hand printing, sewing, knitting is very intricate and painstakingly arduous.
We, as Indians, are fortunate to have such a treasure of excellence in handiwork in the form of ethnic wear to lay our hands-on and produce works of art and exquisite designs during our festivals and wedding celebrations.
To make use of this vast expanse of ethnic designs during the upcoming wedding season, an ensemble of Top Ethnic Wear Trends of 2020 is suggested herein:
- Floral Kurtis
- Angrakha Suits
- Churidar Suits and Front-facing dupatta
- Kurtis and Palazzo Pants
- Lehenga style sarees
Florals long Kurtis
Florals long Kurtis are certainly the in-thing and more-so can never go out of fashion, be it a lehenga, A-line Kurtis, maxi-skirts or even an add-on like dupatta, the florals are here to stay.
Angrakha kurti is an impeccable combo of western and Indian wear that blends outstandingly well with all kinds of outfits, irrespective of the seasons. This combo is highly recommended this season.
Churidar Suits and Front-facing dupatta
Salwar Suit Front-facing dupatta shall blend very well, as an accessory, with your traditional attire and needs to be styled by facing the front of your garment.
Stylish Palazzo pants
Stylish Palazzo pants pair well with tunics, Kurtas, crop-tops and almost everything. It’s smart and elegant look makes it an integral part of your wardrobe.
Lehenga style sarees
The tuft of shimmery weaves and strings on Lehenga style are going edgy this year. Fancy it on a designer blouse of a lehenga or the rims of kurtas, the chances of you going wrong with fringes are highly unlikely.
Go ahead and mix and match these top trends this festive season.