5 Styling tips with ethnic tops for women

5 Styling tips with ethnic tops for women

Besides the trending Western shirts, tops, and tees, you should make an updated collection of ethnic tops for women to add a dash of fresh breeze to your closet. Despite tucking in your Western formal shirts with the trousers every time, pick an ethnic top instead that will go excellent for your formal attire.

Tops made of cotton, linen, and even jute materials ensure more comfort throughout the day. Also, you can stay connected to the roots even when you have to attend a multi-national company for your job by choosing to wear ethnic dresses from a printed anarkali dress or a khadi shirt paired with a cotton trouser.

Here, let’s take a quick jibe at the five styling tips with ethnic tops for women—

  • Regular office goers often prefer wearing Western clothes. However, if the HR allows wearing traditional clothes at the workplace then at least once or twice a week you can wear ethnic tops of kurtis along with a cotton bottom. Indian summers are much more comfortable to be in jeans for the whole day. To avoid such discomfort, pick khadi pants and wear them with ethnic tops.
  • The traditional tops on block prints go excellent with palazzos. Your collection might have some wonderful formal palazzos that you can wearily team up with a traditionally designed short kurti or a top. The Kashmiri threadworks on simple white or beige tops are also much appreciated by working women. You can also have sanganeri printed or kalamkari dressesand tops to wear with broad-legged palazzos for a comfortable day out.
  • Whether you work as a teacher, professor, or bank employee- staying cool for six to seven hours is mandatory. Therefore, your focus should be on wearing 100% cotton ethnic tops. Also, pick loose bottoms made of breathable fabrics. Along with the beautifully designed tops wear an ajrakh, indigo, or kalamkari skirt. According to your choice, you can wear a pencil skirt or a flared skirt along with the ethnic top you chose.
  • When you wear an ethnic top with a skirt, add a dupatta to it. Particularly, a scarf will do a better job. Wear traditional or tribal jewelry to lift your looks in the dress. Your fusion dressing sense will be appreciated by any artistic person, concerned with art and contemporary fashion trends.
  • To add more jazziness to your look wear designer kaftan kurtis, particularly when you have to attend a wedding or a festival. Ethic tops create a wonderful appearance for stylish women. you can even wear a sleeveless or a full-sleeve designer top as a blouse for your saree. We often see how designers create such a look on their models while preparing them for the ramp.

If you love wearing a saree then pairing it up with a traditional top will make you look unique among the other invitees at the wedding or any such occasion you attend.

Be more creative when it comes to fashion with ethnic dresses.