By Rinkel Kapoor Last Updated:
So, the month of Ramadan is upon us and the iftar parties are currently trending everywhere. With each iftar party becoming more exclusive than the other, it does become a bit confusing for the ladies to figure out what to wear at each of these parties, especially if it is their first big event post marriage. Well girls, we are sure, you would love to stand apart from the crowd.
So, if you share the same sentiments and wish to ditch the same old anarkalis, here are our five clothing suggestions for you to make the ultimate style statement at iftar parties this season.
If you think that you cannot look stylish in a saree at an iftar party, then think again. You will be plesantly surprised by the look everyone gives you including your husband when you walk in the party wearing a saree, looking all graceful and elegant. And if you go for a saree and blouse in subtle tones, you will surely steal the show.
Opt for a a plain net saree in pastel hues with an embroidered blouse or a simple cotton saree in red and gold with minimalistic blouse.
This will surely help you grab all the eyeballs at the party. It is a traditional Indian wear with a twist added to it. Achkans are simply perfect for a newly wedded bride who wishes to impress her in-laws yet make a style statement of her own, a perfect blend of tradition with style.
Choose an achkan where the focus remains on its button line. Drape your dupatta in such a manner that the neckline remains visible. You can also opt for a no dupatta look. Pair it with a contrasting churidaar.
Does this sound boring to you? Well, it does not have to be. This classic Indian attire is perfect for you to showcase your creativity to your sisters-in-law and become their trendsetter bhabhi. Play with pastel colour palette and do away with the bling for good. You do not need to add shimmer or shine to your kurta. Let your elegance make up for the absence of bling!
When in doubt, go for monochrome. Try combining a white kurta with black or blue embroidery on it. Simply, pair it up with palazzo pants and give a new zing to your iftar attire.
This is for the brides who are really open to experiment with their looks and make a splash at the iftar party. Start a new trend by wearing the extremely stylish and currently in fashion, dhoti pants. These are a sure shot winner, especially if you are accompanying your husband to one of his official iftar parties. We are sure your husband would become the envy of many eyes that evening.
Jazz up your look by pairing your dhoti pants with a bandhgala jacket. Make sure there is no detailing or embellishments on the dhoti. Go for the metallic tone look, which is quite in vogue these days.
This is yet another example of donning a traditional Indian wear with some spunk attached to it. If your in-laws are known for their love of parties, then these trendy asymmetrical kurtas in floral prints will surely help you maintain your style quotient. Choose a style of kurta most flattering to your figure and earn the title of a fashionista amongst your in-laws.
Try floral designs on your kurta and pair it up with trousers or cigarette pants. If you want to play safe, you can always opt for plain leggings complimenting your asymmetrical kurta.
Well ladies, before selecting a style, just make sure it suits your body type. Complete your look with right accessories, hairdo and makeup. We are sure you will be a head-turner at your first iftar party post-wedding. Have a gala time and, Eid Mubarak!
The six-yard piece of cloth with no stitch or zip has been elevating the aura of women across the nation. Saree is considered as a staple that marks the beginning of a girl's journey to womanhood. We all can clearly remember our mothers sigh when they had seen us dressed in a saree for the firstRead More