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Updated January 6th, 2024 at 09:46 IST

Palazzo to sharara, ditch your regular anarkali suits for these stylish fusions

From palazzo to sharara, a detailed description of different types of suits that you can style.

Palazzo to Sharara, ditch your regular anarkali suits for these stylish fusions
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Nothing defines elegance as much as ethnic wear. Be it an anarkali or a saree, you can gracefully style an ethnic outfit in multiple ways. Use some jhumkas, juttis, and kolhapuri chappals to make the most out of your look. In fact, there is a wide variety of suits you can pick from. Not aware of the variety? Don’t worry we got you covered. 

If you are someone who is on a lookout for different suit types, here is a list.

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Salwar kameez

Salwar kameez is a common attire and it typically is a three-piece outfit consisting of a top, bottom and dupatta. However, over the years, this ethnic attire has revolutioniz=sed. Salwar suits are being taken to the next level by designers. While some are simple, cotton-based prints, there are also pieces which include heavy embroidery. 

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Patiala suits 

Patiala suits are just regular suits with wider and cooler bottoms. It is the pleats on the pants that give your outfit a fuller look. Paired with a perfect set of earrings, these suits are the perfect outfit for your festivals and celebrations. These suits are more common in Punjab and worn during Lohri celebrations. They are timeless and a must-have for your wardrobe. 

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Sharara suit 

The sharara suit has been a popular Indian attire for many years now and it is still a go-to choice today. One of the most comfortable attire, you can also use this on weddings and other functions. 

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Palazzo suits 

Palazzos have been introduced recently and taken over the Indian ethnic scene. Ditch your leggings, salwars and hop on the style bandwagon with a palazzo. They can be paired with any kurta, and salwar suits can be replaced with palazzo suits and kurtas. It is not necessary to carry it with a dupatta. You can just use chunky jewelry for styling and you are good to go.

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Published January 6th, 2024 at 09:46 IST

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