Ace the Modern Ethnic Look with Latest Salwar Kameez Styles
South Asian ethnic wear is incomplete without the evergreen salwar kameez. This outfit style is popular on both sides of the border and has managed to generations of fashionistas due to its ability to adapt. Here are some of the latest trending styles for Indian and Pakistani salwar kameez in the UK.
Anarkali, A-Line and Straight Kurtas
Prominent designers have been very innovative with kameez styles. Various kameez styles, such as Anarkali, A-line, and straight styles, are quite popular. While the Anarkali style draws inspiration from the glorious Mughal era, the other two styles represent a fusion of Indian/Pakistani and Western-style elements. Whether you are going to a family function, party or wedding, you cannot go wrong with this style of Indian and Pakistani salwar kameez.
Chic Cigarette Pant Bottoms
Talented designer have also been playing around with salwar styles to give Indian and Pakistani salwar kameez suits a modern twist. Cigarette pant style salwar that was initially made popular in Pakistan now have a huge following among Indian ladies as well. Women, especially urban women, love to wear this style because it has a slimming effect and looks chic. This style goes very well with high heels and bold make-up.
Shararas and Bell Bottoms
History has a way of repeating itself – and this principle applies to salwar styles as well. Some salwar styles that were popular in earlier decades are now making a big comeback. Bell bottom style salwar and sharara bottoms are prime examples of this. Both styles can be seen in popular Bollywood movies and have become a huge success once again. When paired with lavish kameez with rich ornamentation, these salwar styles look absolutely stunning. Be prepared for lots of attention if you’re wearing either of these two styles to a wedding!
Options for a Casual Day Out
There are some styles of Indian and Pakistani salwar kameez in the UK that are alluring, comfortable, and bohemian. By now, you must be familiar with palazzos, and you are probably pairing them with straight kurtas in your wardrobe. Palazzos have become highly popular in recent years, and their popularity continues today. Have you tried ¾ length cigarette pants? Yes, ¾ cigarette pants are big on the fashion scene and go very well with knee-length or asymmetrical kurtas. Another hot trend is to pair ankle-length leggings with plain printed or embroidered slit kameez.