It’s time to pull out winter clothing and style it every day as winter comes in India. The trench coats and leather coats cannot be styled in India or some parts of India, as the weather here is not that cold, winter only lasts a month or two in India.
The Indian environment is ideally suited for turtle neck tops to keep warm in the winter. The ideal method to style the turtleneck with winter clothing is with coats, some jewellery, and boots. Additionally, the traditional approach to up your fashion game is to wear a turtleneck as a blouse with a saree.
Fashion with scarves is timeless. In the winter, wearing a scarf with a saree, kurta, or sweater will be the cosiest and warmest option. For any office or college occasions this winter, wrap the scarf over the neck and style the waist belt for an exquisite and edgy look.
In addition to being trendy, velvet is a fabric that can be worn, styled, and used as an accent. Additionally, it is ideal for festive occasions and weddings. Velvet can be worn as an outfit such as Lahenga Choli, velvet saree, and velvet blouse paired up with any saree, Kaftan.
Every body type looks fantastic in a velvet kaftan, which instantly gives the outfit a refined, sophisticated appearance. Similar to how Alia Bhatt rocked this stunning velvet kaftan at the promotional event of “Darling”, wearing a velvet kaftan with lovely statement silver jewellery.
Tights are a great way to keep legs warm while still looking stylish. Tights that go with almost everything, especially black, or dark brown coloured tights which can be styled with short dresses, or skirts and pair it up with hills.
Denim jackets, Hoodies
The biggest trend in fashion is denim. This material is used for more than “simply jeans,” including dresses, shirts, and jackets made of denim. The most adaptable style and one that goes with everything is a denim jacket. The trick to pulling this garment off is to style it with the appropriate attire.