Top Four Festive Outfits Suggestion- Indian Outfits
In India, all of the seasons are painted with festive moods and you need to explore new styles, new horizons of trends. To do so we need to choose a variety of clothing’s that supports our comfort and style simultaneously. Here, we have discussed the top five outfits that are trendy during festivities -
1. A-line dresses: Trendy and comfy, these dresses are appropriate for our summer pick and monsoon festivities like Friendship Day and Rakhi. One piece, and easy-to-wear, these dresses are relaxing and suitable for any event during Summer and Monsoon. Cotton is the perfect fabric for it as it makes the dress breathable. Its flexibility helps us move freely in the hot and humid weather without any discomfort. Be it hashtag twinning on bachelorette brunch dates or Rakhi dinner, you can set friendship and cousin goals.
JOVI believes Rakhi is a festival of love and care for your siblings and you can tie a rakhi on your sister’s wrist as well. Apart from the common western dresses, the ethnic designs are raising the bar high with their various designs, structures, prints and colours. The Indo-western dresses are not just attractive but classy as well. They help in completely changing one's look. So they're essential for the wardrobe, for your twinning and for the sassy photos.
2. Relaxed Salwar suits: Traditional as it is, salwars have conquered the market for ages and are worn in almost every season. During the sweaty, humid summer, we opt for comfy clothings and most Indian women look for an ethnic one as well. Both traits are merged in cotton and mulmul salwar suits that conduct comfort and trend together. The suit is airy which allows the skin to breathe. It dries quickly and is lightweight due to its cotton material. It's apt for workplaces, house events and also for festivals. It is already August. Hey! What about Rakhi outfits? Have you planned them yet? If not, check out JOVI’s new collection - Moh Moh Ke Dhaagey - This August, let the sisters take the centre stage. Strengthen your precious bond of love with these dresses made of dulaar ke dhaagey.
3. Skirts (long, medium, short) : Skirts are our friend during the hot summer. From long-skirts to mediums to short skirts, all have their individual style quotient. Airy, relaxing and beautiful, they're available in various colors, prints and patterns. You can team up long skirts with tees, tank tops. The mediums are paired with tees, fancy tops while the short ones go nicely with tanks, crop tops, fancy blouses etc. Also, one can always mix and match and make a crossover with all these items to convey a new look every time. On auspicious occasions like Rakhi, you can pair long skirts with gorgeous kurtis to convey a chic look. In fact, they make lovely presents for your dear ones.
4. Palazzos : This bottom wear is a game changer as you can pair them with long kurtis as well as western tees, crop tops, off-shoulder tops, stunning blouses etc. On traditional events, puja rituals at home you can roam around easily in a pair of palazzo teamed up with an ethnic kurti while you're juggling with a lot of work. It's even apt if you have to run down to your office on such days. The wide cut legs create an illusion to make it look like a long skirt. From solid colours to pretty prints, palazzos are sassy, trendy and relaxing which make it a must have for our summer and festive collection. These make a perfect gift on occasions for your mother, sisters and friends.