As the year of 2019 just started and so are the Indian festivals. Lohri is the first festival in the month of January and is one of the well celebrated ones among Sikh and Hindu followers. Also known as the harvest festival of India, Lohri is observed in the Northern part of India, especially in the state of Punjab. This Punjabi folk festival is the time when all the ladies dress up in their most beautiful typical Punjabi ways.
So, with the Lohri festival approaching, it's time for all you ladies out there to begin your fashion fiesta. Don’t let the chilling weather take away the enthusiasm of the festival. Whether it is an Anarkali or a straight-fit kurta, go out there and have fun as we give you five easiest fashion tricks to follow to get ready this festival!
Do it the Patiala way
This is definitely our first choice on the Punjabi folk festival and an easy-go-to attire. It has been everyone's favourite over the years, especially amongst newly-wed brides. So, don a Punjabi-style patiala salwar kameez in bold colours with traditional zardozi work.
Tip: A knee-length patiala suit is an ideal choice.
Anarkali suits add volume
This look is popular among fashionistas right now. It is an excellent combination of ethnic style and ease. You can pick an anarkali piece in bright hues. This voluminous outfit is high on grace and has a warmth attached to it.
Keep it comfy with long kurta and straight pants
If classic patialas or anarkalis are not your things, then you can settle for a long kurta and straight-fit pants. With this style, you are sure to set a new fashion trend for the Lohri function. Buy yourself a silk long-shirt with embellishments and team it up with patterned pants.
Flaunt it with flared kurta
If you love the flares, opt for knee-length flared kurtas in bright colours. This is turning out to be a hot favourite among the fashion brigade. Go for kurtas in gold and antique embroidery with a flowing sharara-style salwar to complete the look.
Cover it up with jacket-style kurta
Try a kurta option in the jacket style, as it is not only elegant and stylish but will keep you warm on a cold night.
We wish you all a vibrant and extravagant Lohri celebration!
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