It is a woman’s world today; we are no longer confined to the four walls of the house, but are fiercely independent working women! While that is something we all should take pride in, how can we forget our wardrobe; that would not be women like at all, right ladies?
So today we bring you some interesting tips on how to have a chic and classy collection of work wear. While the skirts and the trousers from the western world are extremely popular, we will instead focus on ethnic wear in the office. The workplace does not have to be dull at all, and we will show you how! So let’s get started!
Kurti and churidar, your best companions!
When it comes to the workplace, there is nothing like a gorgeous pair of a kurti with a churidar. Simple, elegant, formal, and classy is what this apparel looks like, and we’re sure you would love to have all of that when it comes to ethnic wear in the office. You can choose from a host of colors and fabrics. You can complete the look with a dupatta, preferably in a hue matching with the churidar. Though we leave it entirely up to you if you want to wear the dupatta or forego it.
Get your sarees out of that closet!
It is a common tendency to keep outfits such as sarees reserved for special occasions. But the matter of fact is that these can be a great pick for ethnic wear in the office. Sarees made of cotton silk, dyed in a single color, with pretty borders in shades of copper, silver, or gold are a splendid choice. Sarees can be the perfect choice for that all important presentation you have to give! They inspire confidence and symbolize beauty and power. So do not keep those sarees tucked into your closet; instead, wear them to office.
Go traditional with the footwear!
We ladies do love our sandals, pumps, and peep-toes, but there is something traditional you can try here. Go in for kohlapuri chappals, or the ever-classic Punjabi jutti to go with kurtis and churidars. These are perfect for the workplace and look sophisticated and elegant. Go for dark colors, with light embroidery.
Accessorize, but keep it minimal!
You can accessorize ethnic wear in the office with subtle yet beautiful pieces of jewelry. Go for small little danglers as an ear accessory. They go well with sarees as well as a salwar kameez. You can also go in for a couple of bangles on the wrist to match the color of your outfit. The idea is to keep it simple yet classy. For the hair, you can try plain hair bands or simple clips and bobby pins to tie them nicely into a neat bun or a ponytail.
For the make-up part, kaajal, lip-gloss, and a good compact are must. You can also go for liquid bindis or the small stick-on ones for that traditional yet formal look. As far as the fragrance goes, go in for a light perfume with a nice scent.
You now have a readymade list of what to wear to the workplace as far as ethnic dressing is concerned! So happy shopping ladies!