Palazzo pants originally belong to 60’s fashion and have been lately in trend. With more and more people putting comfort as a priority, palazzos have lately become pretty popular. They are essentials for spring/summer wardrobe but you can wear them almost all the seasons. Flowy and light fabrics like cotton, chiffon, linen work great for hot weathers while warm synthetic fabrics make a good choice for winters.
When it comes to Indian and fusion wear, palazzos rule the outfits. They suit all Indian festivals, occasions and traditional events. If you are looking for styling inspirations to ace palazzo looks, we’ve got you covered. Here are 5 easiest ways to style palazzo pants in Indian and Indo-western looks.
1. Basic Kurta
The easiest way to style palazzos is to wear them with basic kurtas. You can get palazzos in neutral colors like black, white, beige, etc. that’d go with most designs of kurtas. Simply pair your everyday straight cut kurtas with these palazzo pants and you are good to go. Add jhumkis and ethnic footwear like juttis or kohlapuris to get the look little dressy and you’re good to go!
2. Kurta-Palazzo Sets
Another amazing way to rock the palazzo look is to try kurta-palazzo sets. A nice printed or patterned kurta with matching palazzos will look amazing for any casual or semi-formal event. Floral kurta sets look particularly amazing on anyone and are suitable for multiple occasions. The best part with kurta sets is that you can us the top and bottom wear individually with other pieces of clothing as well.
3. Peplum Tops
If you are someone who isn’t into mainstream Indian dressing, this is your way to go. Style your flared palazzos with peplum tops and wear nice heels to accentuate the look. The peplum detail adds the trendy chic aspect to the outfit and the palazzo keeps the ethnic vibes intact giving it a nice fusion look!
4. Prints on Prints
Printed palazzo sets add a great detail to the otherwise plain look. Simple prints like floral, striped, checkered, polka dots, etc. can be clubbed to get a nice print-on-print look. It is a good option for regular, casual and semi formal events.
5. Palazzo Set with Dupatta
The dressier way of styling a palazzo is by pairing it with a kurta and a dupatta. It serves for a great outfit when it comes to traditional events, festivals, weddings, etc. The best part about this is you can experiment vastly with the dupattas according to your style and occasion. You can go for printed, netted, banarasi, chiffon and many more.
These are the 5 simplest way to style a palazzo. If you are looking to invest in a good palazzo, go for chikankari ones in neutral shades as they are very versatile and go well with most outfits and looks. To get your hands on the outfits above, click on the image. Happy Shopping!