It’s that time of the year where we celebrate and commemorate winter solstice-the longest night of the year. This means a celebration with bonfire, friends, food and dancing. For an occasion so joyous it is imperative that we dress according to trending tunics for ladies. But it is no secret that winter dressing can be quite tricky. To maintain the balance between wearing the right amount of layers while still looking glamorous, you should don’t always have to have the biggest collection of trending women clothes. You just need a few basics and some fashion tips to accessorize them right. So here are a few tips to help you make use of your everyday ethnic wardrobe and refashion them into occasion wear.
1. Pick loose fitting clothes-
A loose fit ensures you can stuff as many layers of warmers as you want under your suit without the suit clinging to your body. A suit that’s too tight can result in stiffness and how can anyone show off their bhangra moves when their body is stiff? Comfort is key for occasions where a lot of dancing is involved.
2. Accessorize with Loud Embellishments-
To make up for the subtlety of your suit, compensate with big jhumkas and heavy neckpieces. Wear accessories with heavy gem work that has contrasting colors and matches your ensemble.
3. Pick the right stoles
Women’s stoles are the most essential accessory for a woman. The right stole can make or break any outfit. Pick a good kashmiri stoles or a silk stoles and you’ve got yourself the perfect accompaniment for your outfit.
4. Choose Vibrant Colors
Let your outfit fit into the mood. Pick vibrant reds and yellows or notorious oranges. Bright colors are inherently festive and speak volumes about your spirit and the mood of the occasion. Women’s tops are something that can never go wrong when hitting any event or occasion.
While these dresses for women are essential to consider before dressing up for the event, the right makeup is just as important. Wear a vibrant lipstick with smokey eyes and let your hair down. Open hair keeps you warm. Wear a statement neck piece with a maang tikka and you’re all set to be a desi fashionista.