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Salwar Kameez At Work – For a Professional & Demure Look


“You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it”, is rightly said by the fashion legend Edith Head. This stands extremely true because if you dress appropriately at events and carry yourself with confidence, anything can be accomplished with ease.

We have often heard people gossip – “Looks like she has come for a party and not for a meeting!” or “why does she wear the same boring old-fashioned clothes to the office every day?”. Well, being judged for your attire is inescapable, since every individual has his own notion of what is cool and stylish. So, why not choose something curated with sheer love, which expresses your personality and shuns the haters away?

Toss away those everyday tight jeans or body-hugging shirts and collaborate with us in crafting these looks with the elegance of Salwaar Kameez for your office which has the right amount of style, comfort, and oomph!

Palazzos with long kurti:

If you truly wish to rock the casual chick look at the office, ditch your tight leggings or pants for a breezy pair of palazzos and wear it with a colour coordinated kurti for an oh-so-stylish look. We all have loved Deepika Padukone in this look in the movie Piku. You can team this look with a bindi and a messy ponytail to replicate her gorgeousness. For a little laid by look, don’t wear a dupatta, and that’s it! How effortlessly stylish this look is.

Palazzo Pant Salwar Kameez

Salwaar kameez with collar:

Collars have always been a favourite of men and women alike in shirts. A kurti with a collar is the latest which is going to stand you out in an interview or a meeting. It looks formal and is much more comfortable than shirts! You can experiment with fabrics like cotton or silk for a put together look. You can enhance this look by carrying a formal dupatta. Trust us, this comfortable yet formal look is a complete win-win.

Salwar Kameez with Collar Style

Salwaar Kameez with long shrug or jacket:

Who doesn’t love layering a beautiful long shrug or a short ethnic jacket over kurti?

It suddenly makes the whole outfit look really classy. The whole world starts to look better too! Depending on the occasion and your mood, you can pair your Kurti with a light shrug for a more formal look, or a designer ethnic jacket for special events at your office. Accessorize this look with subtle jewellery and light makeup and there you are, good to go!

Salwar Kameez with Jacket

Straight cut Salwaar Kameez:

There are some cost-friendly ways as well to adorn a beautiful style at work. A simple straight cut Kurta with cigarette pants will take you a long way. This has proved to be amongst the favourites of ladies and each one of them shelves it. This particular style can be styled in diverse ways, to give an exquisite look. Pick a kurta in pastel colours with subtle work, add some accessories like a choker necklace and classic heels and you would turn heads at any corporate event!

Straight-cut Salwar Kameez

Experimental styles:

If your style is boho and you are not afraid to stand out, add a personal taste to your salwar kameez by wearing an angarkha style kurti or dhoti style pants. If your kurti is loud, make sure to pair it with subtle bottoms and vice-a-versa. You can even wear a simple long Anarkali like a kurti dress, or a long shirt-style kurti and just play around with different styles of carrying a dupatta and scarfs.

We have listed the latest trends when it comes to wearing a salwar kameez at work. Whatever be your personal favourite among these, wear it with confidence and a smile and be ready to change the world!

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