Another year has begun, and we all get a new opportunity to up our fashion scale. New things have begun to trend and what seemed fashionable have just been declared as old trends. So, what exactly is trending in 2019? Many things are being considered as the trends of this year. Let us look at 5 Indian fashion trends you can wear this year and be called fashionable.
Here are 5 Indian fashion trends you must watch out in 2019 –
Everyone is falling in love with large earrings. Statement earrings are here to stay. Just like last year, this year too these large ear pieces will be making a huge difference in your looks. You do not need any other accessory if you have large earrings. Especially with Indian attires in 2019, all you need is a huge chandbali or a heavy jhumka.
Bring out all those old sarees and antique jewels that your grandma wore. Heirlooms are a rage this season. You can wear those old silk sarees or banarasi shawls that have been locked up in the closet for long. Even the heirloom jewels will be apt for weddings and other such events.
Give your outfit a feather touch. I mean to say a touch of feathers. You can add feathers on the seam of your lehenga or the saree. Light feathers of matching color will make your outfit chic and up-to-date. The feathers can be at the sleeves, at the waist of the blouse, at the collar, at the edge of the saree or simply everywhere.
Palazzos with Long Jackets
Palazzos are comfortable to wear. Though they are quite western in nature, they also give you a desi vibe. Especially when you team them with an Indian crop top. If you are not too comfortable wearing only a short crop top on a palazzo, then don’t worry. The long jacket will come to your rescue. Wear a matching or a contrast long jacket over the outfit to complete the entire look. This look is suitable for small functions, mehendi and sangeet ceremonies.
The traditional shararas are back in business, thanks to our Bollywood stars. These days we see the stars wearing shararas all the time. The shararas are comfy to wear and typically ethnic. They can be worn below kurtis and tops. You can go for a ‘with dupatta’ or ‘without dupatta’ look. Indian jewels and festive makeup will go well with this desi girl look.