All of us over think about work outfits; western formal wear becomes a bit boring after a while too. Adding a variety to our wardrobe can add spice to our life, and can make our office time a bit more interesting. So if you too are wondering about what to wear to your office and how you can add a bit of jazz, opt for these ethnic outfits!
Let me list down some of the easy tips on how to wear ethnic clothing at your workplace –
Palazzo is my favourite ethnic piece to wear at workplace. It is so comfortable and airy that you feel so free. Sometimes western clothes feel so tight that you are no more in a position to stay comfortable during long office hours. So, palazzos come to your rescue at such times.
2. Long kurtis
I love wearing kurtis during summers. They are so comfortable to wear. They are like a fresh breeze of air in hot scorching summers. But be wary when you wear kurtis to your office. A lot of bling and mirror could look inappropriate.
Saree is the best formal dress. It gives such a refined and polished look. But don’t count on net and chiffon sarees when it comes to formal wear. Fabrics like silk and cotton are best suited when it comes to wearing sarees.
Salwar suits are also a good example of ethnic wear. But here also you have to take care of the material. You must opt for cotton or silk fabrics. Avoid wearing sleeveless dresses as they do not appear formal and could break your office’s dress code.
Ethnic is mostly associated with comfort, and parallel pants are really comfortable to wear. You can rock this parallel pants look with a matching kurti. This look is formal, comfortble and chic.
6. Patiala pants
7. Collar necklines
This is the golden rule for formal wear. You can accessorize any ethnic wear with the collar neck pattern. They look very formal and perfect for office wear.
Anarkalis are also perfect for workplace. They are pretty long and so comfortable. So, they make for a perfect for formal dress. But make sure the fabrics are airy and solid. You need to steer clear of sheer and blingy fabrics.