Contrast Salwars To Rev Up Your Ethnic Style

Ethnic Style Salwars

We may love our skinny denims and high waist flared pants, but salwars are constants for a hard core desi girl.

Comfort, chic and cool in it’s own way, salwars are unique to Indian women and seem to perfectly blend in the aura of that dabanng and carefree girl. Pair it with short kurtas or long kurtas and dupattas, they work well with both the looks.

5 Ethnic Contrast Salwars:

Originally the salwars were worn in the same tone as the kurta and a dupatta done up in the similar shade. But with the fashion bug biting the femme brigade in every nook and corner, women prefer to ditch monotones and opt for salwars in contrasting and complementing shades for maximum impact.

If your closet has a whole lot of kurtas that you may have rendered obsolete, then we did say it’s time to revive that ethnic love with these fitting envogue salwars we picked only for you from

So ladies scroll through to give your usual regular style a worthy break.

1. Blue And White Crepe Floral Printed Salwar:

This dark blue and and white salwar is love. Printed halfway with a beautiful cluster of white flowers this salwar is a clear winner. Wear it with your cotton and chikankari kurtas in the shades of whites and greys or take people off-guard pairing it with tank tops in pastel shades of blush pink and powder blues.

Blue And White Crepe Floral Printed Salwar

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2. Green Moss Crepe Printed Salwar:

A lovely shade of green salwar made out of the flowing and shining crepe can add all the stars to your regular black and white short kurtas. Say no those plain leggings and opt to shift gears when it comes to office and wear this feminine and floral printed salwar. For some extra zing we highly recommend a black bindi and chappals.

Green Moss Crepe Printed Salwar

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3. Red Bandhej Salwar:

There’s something peculiarly festive about the bandhej dye originated in Rajasthan. While you may have worn bandhej sarees and kurtis, this season opt to wear it the rather distinctive way with this red and green bandhej print salwar.

Pair it with a black tank vest and statement oxidised jewellery pieces for some head turning fusion dress up.

If you are in mood for a complete salwar suit, then enhance the vibe with a matching bandhej dupatta. Complete your look with a pair of pretty mojris.

Red Bandhej Salwar

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4. Embroidered Salwar:

With the season of garba and dandiya nights back, this embroidered black salwar is grabbing much spotlight. The black cotton base comes alive with pretty multicolour embroidery of dancing figurines. Absolutely delightful and festive this one will give your festive style a worthy upgrade when worn with a asymmetric high low kurta.

Embroidered Salwar

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5. Olive Green Cotton Salwar:

Salwars in solid colors come in much handy. With the khaki and nude game still going strong we are placing our bets on this earthy olive green cotton salwar. Pair it with the currently raging off-white and beige kurtas. For some statement playup pair this olive salwar with a printed t-shirt and seal the look with a backpack and shoes.

Olive Green Cotton Salwar

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If we invigorated your Indian genes, then take a pick from these pieces of comfy chic salwars and rock that desi girl look with much panache.

Author: Sonam Maheshwari

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