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Office Style Tips | 6 ways to nail ethnic look at workplace

Office style tips: While formal attire is every person's first choice, why don't you try wearing something different that brings the same amount of professionalism at work!

Edited by: India TV Lifestyle Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: September 07, 2018 16:23 IST ]

Office Style Tips | 6 ways to nail ethnic look at workplace

While formal attire is every person's first choice, why don't you try wearing something different that brings the same elegance and professionalism at work!

Since, a well-ironed shirt with pants to office can become boring after a while. So, women can always add a little spice to their office look by jazzing up their Indian garments.

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1. Go for a good quality Khadi material to look stylish at workplace. Re-create the ethnic look by transforming a bright Khadi coloured material into a long or ankle-length dress. Try to mix and match your Khadi dress material with different styles to create an Indo-western fusion. 

2. Multi-coloured or palazzos with block prints paired with a plain kurta can add a different charm to the whole outfit. If you are not a kurta fan, these palazzos can be paired with tank tops or short kurtis.

3. Another way of pulling off an ethnic look without going overboard with salwar kameez is to wear flared long dresses. With bold motifs, floral prints and wide hemlines, these designs look chic and are comfortable. 

4. Patiala pants are perfect for office. Wear a floral print kurti with fully spread solid Patiala salwar.

5. While picking up an ethnic wear for workplace, always look sharp. Avoid heavy flowy dupattas that are quite distracting. Instead, opt for a dupatta that has hand printed motifs. 

6. To break the monotony of typical western or ethnic wear, you can always opt for an Indo-western fusion wear for office. Wear a short fusion kurta and rustic dhoti-styled salwar or bottoms accessorised well.

(With IANS Inputs)

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