So we've talked about various ways to style saris for different functions, and well I think we've got you covered for the major functions. But you know what always bugs me? It is the smaller functions or the times in between functions. You know when the muhurtham is done and you are just hanging around waiting for like the next event to start. Oh wait does that happen only in Tam Bram weddings?
Anyway, that waiting period is about the point where you want to change to out of the sari, because we all know you can't wait to remove that blouse which leaves no room for breathing properly, but you can't change into tracks or something because lets face it the elders would stare at us like we just walked out in a bikini. So I have the perfect solution- Palazzo pants.
They are easy and breezy and can be easily dressed up or dressed down without looking shabby. I have no clue why these pants are just not talked about enough.
Idea 1: This is perfect for just hanging around between events and yet looking stylish.
Pair a bright coloured pants with a plain tank or tee and a waistcoat to keep the festive feel on. Plus if you don't have time to change for the next event,you can just some statement pieces thrown on, swipe a bright lipstick and head out again. See, I told you it was easy.
(P.S this collaboration with my cousin sister will be up on the blog in a few days. Stay tuned for it.)
Idea 2: This is perfect for the smaller functions which do not need you to be all dressy.
An indo western styling that I have featured on the blog before. Again, this is very easy to dress up. Change the top to deep jewel tones, add some jhumkas and you are set.
Idea 3: This is perfect to look dressy but not out of place for a smaller function.
This is definitely my favourite combination of the lot. I am not a tank top kind of person, so I would rather pair palazzos with a simple kurta that can work for functions and even just casually. Love love love this colour combination as well.
So what do you suggest as a good outfit for those in between times when you don't want to dress up nor do you want to walk around in your pjs?