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Winter ethnic wear:

Even when winter is coming to an end, it's never too late to join the winter wear ethnic design trend. Winter is a favourite season for many, especially fashionistas who regard it as an occasion to dress to the nines. Winter allows us to layer our garments, providing us with unlimited styling alternatives in a variety of colours, styles, textures, fabrics, designs, and more. What's not to like about that?

Types of winter ethnic wear:

Winter ethnic wear is a colourful and comfortable blend of clothes appropriate for the colder months that comprises a variety of traditional outfits designed to keep you warm and stylish. This collection has something for everyone. To attain a formal look, wear a heavy kurta in a neutral colour, such as black or grey, to keep the cold at bay. For added warmth, wear it over a long-sleeved shirt. Aside from that, you can select from delicately embroidered Anarkali outfits to lovely sharara and salwar suits.

These winter suits for ladies are created with sumptuous fabrics such as velvet, silk, and wool and come in a variety of colours, prints, and patterns. They are also available in a variety of styles and fabrics, allowing them to be worn for a variety of situations. This line is ideal for women who wish to stay warm while also looking fashionable during the winter season.

Indian women wearing winter ethnic wear

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What to wear to a wedding in winter:

Indian traditional weddings are like festivals that need to be celebrated with the most exclusive clothes. we Indians are always ready to show up in our best and most fashionable attire to applaud the spectacle, especially when you are a girl then your dilemma for your outfit is quite reasonable. But now you don't have to worry since we're here to guide you. Our blogs will provide you all the information you need about the vast world of Indian ethnic clothing, whether it's styling tips or the best outfit ideas.

How to style ethnic wear in winter weddings

There are so many stylish ways to wear ethnic clothes in the winter. To look attractive in ethnic winter wear, start with a long-sleeved kurta as a base layer and add a thick woollen dupatta or shawl for extra warmth. Choose heavier fabrics like wool, silk, or velvet for your bottoms. With a long kurta, a pair of pants or palazzo pants is always a great pick.

And here we go with some more tips on how to style yourself for a winter wedding, whether you're a guest or a member of the family of the bride/groom.

Select the appropriate fabrics

The fabric of your outfit for a winter wedding should be one that is comfortable and warm. Consider that velvet is a fantastic choice for a lehenga. Choose cosy fabrics like velvet or brocade to delay the onset of a chill. Many winter ethnic wear collections feature velvet shawls, velvet lehengas, and velvet blouses. Choose raw silk, velvet, linen-cotton mixes, or crop tops in knitwear or fur for your lehenga, and pair it with a simple or monochromatic brocade blouse.

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Style & Pattern

We really enjoy trying out new styles for special occasions like weddings, but unfortunately, we have to put away our favourite flared frill lehenga, gorgeous net saree, and fantastic deep neck sleeveless shirts. Make intelligent style decisions, such as choosing a saree blouse, lehenga blouse, or kameez with full sleeves as your finest alternative.

Indian women wearing winter ethnic wear

Wrap Yourself in a Shawl instead of dupatta

By choosing overlayer wear for your wedding attire, you may show off your unique sense of mix-and-match style. Select a cape shawl to drape over a lehenga or an embroidered shawl to use as a dupatta. Wear it with your plain kurti for a salwar kameez style, or use it to create a double drape saree effect. Choose thick silk-woven dupattas or heavy shawls.

Pair your outfit with a embroidered jackets or a trench coat

To keep warm, choose layering styles ,Try the Cozy waistcoat embroidered jackets as a saree blouse or over salwar kameez. Jacket-style lehenga choli is the most popular style since it provides you with extra fabric volume to keep warm during chilly weather or you can add a trench coat is a sophisticated way to add warmth and style to your saree costume. This outfit is ideal for the one who likes to make their own distinctive impression because it is sharp and dapper at the same time.

--- Alternatively, you may wish to take a look at the various types of embroidered suits we offer or browse through them on your own ---

Where you can buy these winter ethnic wear

 The Indian Couture is an authorised online retail store that offers customized outfits according to your taste. You just have to share your specifications and designs and rest you can leave on us. TIC is devoted to assisting you in both looking and feeling as sophisticated as possible.




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