Defining your style type gives you a place to begin. It’s a way to understand what styles work for you and what styles don’t.
I believe that a person has one or a combination of these five style types: classic, chic, whimsical, bohemian and avant-garde. My style is a combination of classic and chic. I gravitate towards timeless cuts and colours – and so have chosen these outfits from Zuba by Westside for this festive season. Both outfits are on-trend – flowing kurtas are paired with both palazzos and ethnic skirts – yet they retain classic Indian prints.
Where to Wear
The earthy skirt set has been trending this festive season, as has the mint flowy floral set. To be honest, both the outfits are not only season's must-haves but are also styles that you can have it in your wardrobe forever, because you can style them in so many different ways. They are very versatile.
I would wear these styles for both, the up-coming festive season - maybe at an office Diwali party, or a festive family dinner as well as for a mehendi function or haldi party too.Like this article? Also read: Stylish Kurtas That You Can Wear This Festive Season
Sometimes, you have to let the clothes do the talking. Since the prints are so interesting, I’ve used accessories to balance the look – a ring, statement earrings and a watch go-to watch were all I needed to dress up both looks.Like this article? Also read: #FreshFashion: How To Style Your Dress, So You're Ready For Your Close Up