5 office-wears any Indian woman should have

5 office-wears any Indian woman should have

The South Asian countries mostly experience humid weather throughout the year until November arrives and by the middle of March again the scorching summer season sets in causing immense discomfort to the dwellers. Though many working women prefer wearing western wear these days whether shirts combined with trousers, jackets, and so on, the trend of slipping into traditional cotton wear is still the favorite office wear for most Indian women. Unless your workplace rules don’t allow you to wear ethnic clothes then you can easily upgrade your Indian wear collections of co ord kurta set to indigo salwar sets to comfortably mix and match them as office wear.

Here are the top five office wears that any Indian woman should have in their collection—

Variants of co-ord sets 

This is the exact time when the trend of wearing co-ord sets is much in vogue. Even people are found wearing the twin top and pants/skirts/palazzos for their office despite creating ripples among the casual category for quite some time. Shop for cotton hand block print kurta with their twin palazzos to beat the Indian summer without losing the sass!

Indigo kurta is still in vogue

For the past few years, the trend of wearing an indigo kurta with a cotton pant or jeans is still dominating the Indian fashion markets. Despite keeping a habit of wearing trousers with shirts and a nice jacket at your office, you can enhance your ethnic beauty by wearing a uniquely designed 100% pure cotton-dyed indigo kurti. This shade of blue is ideal for office wear.

Buy a pair of cigarette pants or a cotton trouser to pair up with the kurti. Otherwise, go a step ahead by picking up a black or red skirt at the bottom along with a dupatta to compliment the whole look. With the right selection of accessories from jewelry to bags and shoes- you can easily create your fashion statement.

Opt for bandhani dresses & Anarkali sets

Besides ajrakh, indigo, or Madhubani prints- you can also make a collection of bandhani dresses and Anarkali dresses. Custom-made designer maxi dress with angrakha pattern for semi-casual Fridays at workplace. Wear a beautiful boot with the dress to nail the look.

Wearing an exclusive kurta of bandhani designs whether on cotton or silk will give you a feel of touching the roots where some women in a remote village in Gujarat have designed the duapatta or bandhani fabric so that smart women like you can think out of the box and create fashionable dresses from them.

A collection of cotton pants, palazzos, & dupatta 

As office-goers know the pain of wearing the same clothes every now and then- you can shop for a couple of bottoms of various kinds. From cotton pants to palazzos and ajrakh dupatta- you should be ready to mix and match the kurtas with these bottoms to add freshness.

Buy trending long skirts with ethnic tops as work wear

Your collections must also have a few long skirts with ethnic tops. Stylish Indian women nicely carry this combination at their workplace!