Lohri is an important festival for Punjabis and when it comes to getting ready, the outfits are outstanding! If you want to look a little different or experiment with the suits that you generally wear, here are a few options that you could experiment with.
Kurti With Palazzo
Trending since quite some time, the combination of kurti and palazzo is here to stay this year as well. From a fancy outing to a casual meeting, palazzos set you apart in the crowd. An amalgamation of comfort and style is what we are wanting this Lohri. Style it up with some accessories like a chandelier jhumka so that you do not look over the top yet look classy.
Floor Length Dress
These dresses look classy if well fitted, are siper comfortable and fit the festive wear tag as well. This way you are in touch with the ethnic side of you and balance it with a modern look. Go easy on the jewellery if you are wearing something like this. Leave your hair open though.
Dhoti & Kurti
Ditch the good old patiala salwar and give the ensemble a smart twist. Have a look at this Kurta Dhoti set which looks amazing if well fitted. However, we do not recommend this style to people on the heavier side of the weighing scale. Wear it with Kolhapuri chappal or a mojari or a simple jutti and if you have simple payal, wear that.
Kurti With Sleek Pants
This combination looks great if paired well. Cigarette pants can never go out of fashion as they give structure to your figure. It even makes you look taller for that matter. With these pants wear teardrop earrings as they look classy. You could also wear a statement ring with it if the suit is a little heavy.
Jutis & Paranda
When it comes to dressing up for a Punjabi occasion, paranda and juttis are synonymous. These days there are so many options available for both, be it online or in the markets. If you do not know how to wear it check out some videos online. Also, rub in some mustard oil o the points of the jutti that might bite you.