While you may desire to spend half of the summer planning to stream through the wedding season in gorgeous gowns, it may not always be in sync with the ethnic dress code. Maybe, then you need something else to slay any occasion. For all those cases, salwar sets are just what you need.
Salwars are simple to dress up or down, depending on the occasion. Salwar sets are better known for its versatility. Take straight cut kurtas and dhoti type sets for example. They cooperate well for every occasion, including luncheon at the café or a high tea.
Every Woman Must Own A Salwar:
A staple in most traditional wear wardrobes, salwar suits are all about creating the maximum impact with minimum effort. If you are devoted to modern Indian wear, then be versatile with your bottoms. Pair your salwar kurtas with dhoti, draped, or cowl pants.
2018 is big on ankle-length churidaars finished with embellished hems. Go through our pick of new trends in salwars that are perfect for the upcoming festivities.
latest trends in salwar suits 2018:
We narrow down on the salwar styles you should place your bets on this season
1. Embroidered Tunic With Sand Palazzos:
The AM:PM’s bird embroidered tunic in fuchsia matched with sand palazzos is classic and chic. Style it with leather mojris and simple gold earrings.
2. Black Salwar With Dori Work:
This is a limited edition of Anamika Khanna, featuring the most exquisite handcrafted one-of-a-kind piece. The black salwar set features sequins and dori work. It is made of matka silk fabric. The set comes with dupatta and churidaar.
3. Anarkali With Floor-Length Cape Sleeves:
Designer Gaurav Gupta combines nude and pink in this modern anarkali with floor-length cape sleeves. Throw in diamond studs to pair with this unconventional designer wear, and turn into the most stylish wedding attendee
4. Cream Floral Embroidered Flared Anarkali:
The one thing that is pertinent in Mounika Reddy’s designs is her Indie fusion take on the traditional salwar suit patterns. She clearly loves the Khadia design that is best for an Indo-western look. You can’t help but drool over her cool color palettes and soulful silhouettes. The white-colored cotton Anarkali with floral patchwork adds enough detailing. The heavy embroidered salwar kameez and flouncy flair adds definition.
5. Dusty Pink Kurta And Organza Bottom:
Amaira’s dusty pink anarkali kurta in raw silk yoke features an organza bottom with embroidery all over, finished with cold shoulders. The set also comes with matching lehenga skirt in raw silk and embroidered dupatta in organza. The suit is composed of raw silk and organza. You can carry this look comfortably for any festive event.
6. Green Modal Silk Palazzos:
Ruhmahsa is known for their unconventional embroideries, vivid colors, and easy fluid silhouettes.
This particular set features a straight green kurta in chanderi base with thread embroidered motifs on the front. We love how she used green modal silk palazzos and kota duppatta for adding definition. The cut has a relaxed-fit, making it perfect for summer. The suit is made of chanderi, modal silk, and kota with cotton lining.
7. Mint Green Front Open Jacket:
Designer Samant Chauhan generously inched towards subtle palettes and we cannot help but drool over her collection.
The best part about this mint green front open jacket in raw silk base is the floral motifs embroidery all over and the blush pink cotton silk inner. The mint green palazzo pants give enough flair and goes with the hemline of the open jacket. The set comes in relaxed fit and cotton lining.
8. Embroidered Choli With Black Silk Culottes:
Payal Singhal’s collections have a penchant for combining traditional Indian wear, which transcends to contemporary.
Her collection included this black embroidered choli worn with a stone organza embroidered jacket and black silk ankle-length culottes, making it a unique way of wearing salwars.
9. Red Zeenat Anarkali Set:
This is a design for the contemporary Indian women who love the traditional, yet enjoy the lightness of her freedom. The red zeenat anarkali set is a refreshing take from Amrita Thakur’s label and is highlighted with elements of fun colors, minimalist embroidery, and yet, is tastefully blended with old classic elements. The highlights of this ensemble are the short chiffon anarkali, tissue brocade appliqué work, dhoti pants, and soft net dupatta.
10. Red Silk Kurta With Gota Patti And Brocade Trousers:
This piece can be worn for any major festive events. It is best paired with brocades. The embroidered silk kurta is Anita Dongre’s masterpiece, inspired by nature and tribes. The kurta features gota patti, dori zardozi, and pearl embellishments, paired with straight-cut pants.
11. Pink Dabka Kurta And Sharara Set:
The exquisite dabka work and pearl embroidery and foil prints make it a perfect wear for Indian festivities. This is one of the modern festive lines by designer Bhumika Sharma, featuring a pink embroidered straight shirt, embroidered sharara and dupatta, dabka pearls, and gotta embroidery.
12. Gota Patti And Patra Embroidered Anarkali Set:
Devnaagri walks the line between traditional and modern lines. Their refined modern line translates beautifully into timeless festive pieces.
This peach georgette anarkali set features appliqués with gota patti, patra embroidery, cut work organza yoke, and net sleeves. It also comes with a woven dupatta with gota patti motifs in organza and ribbon finishing.
13. Mustard Jalleba And Blue Flared Pant Set:
Designer Krishna Mehta’s prodigal designs add a definitive addition to any trousseau collection. The designer’s expertise while working with motifs and appliqué work is flawless.
The flared blue pant set comes with an ideal flounce. It is paired with a mustard jalleba style low tunic in silk with an exaggerated border and embellished neckline.
14. Mustard Yellow Kurta With Floral Motifs And Grey Dupatta:
This Nikasha timeless piece is accentuated with floral prints. The mustard yellow kurta features minute embellishments and floral motifs all over. Tailored with a relaxed fit, the kurta flaunts an asymmetrical hemline. It is paired with a sober grey dupatta that falls along the kurta completing the look. Pair it with mojris or heels to accentuate the whole set.
15. Pariza Embroidered Kurta And Brocade Palazzo Pants:
Designer Payal Singhal’s signature style is contemporary Indian wear and effortlessly translates from Indian to global mode. Singhal’s collections include gorgeous lehenga, saris, jackets, and salwar suits. This Pariza blush embroidered kurta and brocade palazzo pants feature a mint chiffon scallop embroidered dupatta. Perfect for the festive occasions!
16. Beige And Pink Double Shaded Kurta Set:
This is one of Japnit Ahluwalia’s collections featuring a beige kurta in organza base, embroidered with sequin jaals. It also features a beige and pink double shaded georgette slip and pink fitted pants. This is a perfect evening look.
These are our favorite 16 new trends in salwar kameez. We will keep updating you with more styles. Until then, shop these styles for the upcoming festivities!