Festivals in India are ever so lavish and always over the top! While everyone waits for this time, a major worry when it comes to the festival season is deciding outfits. You might land in confusion what to wear for this auspicious festival? Obviously, everyone's choice is traditional garbs. Give a trendy touch to your classy ensembles and be a star amidst your relative's gang...
Here we EeYuva listed the options on what to wear on the three-day traditional and gala festival 'Pongal'...
Stylish Ensembles For Bhogi
A classic kurta set in yellow or blue paired with white churidar.
Anarkali never goes out of fashion, right! Why don't you try out the velvet anarkali which gives a cosy touch this chilling season?
One can choose the double-layered, multi-stepped anarkalis. Never forget to couple it up with an embroidered dupatta which took the fashion game t the next level...
Nehru jacket paired with a kurta or dhoti pants and bleaches has made a dashing entry into men's fashion. This look is definitely a head turner.
Classy Sari-Sherwani For Sankranti
Ladies! Without any second thought play the safe game choosing the sari with a trendy tweak like sari gowns, ruffled saris and dhoti saris.
Just marry your saris with a stylish blouse such as ruffled sleeves, applique work on a blouse or waist-length blouse.
Handsome hunks! Get ready with an embroidered sherwani which is a run-of-the-mill option for the festive occasion. How about a kurta paired with an embroidered shawl? A big yes for the cooler days! Or you can even choose to get a custom-made Bandgala with an excellent fit that does justice for your festive vibes.
Wanna trendy look? Denim paired with oxford shirts/jackets gives you a smart casual look and will help you to make a statement on formal occasions too.
Traditional Outfits For Rural Festival Kanuma
Young beauties! Just go with a half-sari looks which is a perfect and apt choice for this regional festival.
Blouses with applique embroidery is trending now. One can team their half-sari look with tapestry blouse or crop top.
Men always want to wear jeans with a t-shirt. But, this is a special festival in rural areas. So, ditch your jeans rule and wear the traditional 'Pattu Dhoti Pants' which are available in the market. Just add a short embroidered or benarasi short kurta or a silk shirt which are perfect add-ons to your dhoti pants.
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