Seven days of the week and seven different ways to dress up comfortably this year. Salwars are probably the most comfiest Indian clothing suited for all weather conditions. They are elegant, easy to wear and above all stylish and this blog is going to cover all the best summer salwars. Pay close attention to the color palettes, and try to stick to them to create different alternatives of these looks.
This outfit is the perfect amalgamation of peach, with tones of rose, green and purple. I absolutely love how it looks together. Ethnic prints are such a deep rooted part of fashion design, and absolutely perfect for your Monday morning salwar look!
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I could call this a my-type salwar! I love the mixture of the nice motif’s on the dupatta with the delicate striped salwar. An important part of dressing is styling, and learning what accessories go best with the outfit.
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Subtly at it’s best, this outfit is simple, and for those who go for simplistic choices over embellished ones. The choice of colors and dress type are perfect for summers, and choose delicate accessories with this salwar!
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Pastel is the new normal in 2021, whether it is for a blazer or a salwar. This gorgeous green pastel salwar is all you need to look your best this summer. Choose organza pastel dupatta’s to match your ensemble!
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Floral is every woman’s summer essential, whether it is on a salwar or on a skirt. Floral prints are usually only on the pants or the dupatta, however this outfit is a floral extravaganza, and I have to say I love it!
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Sheer pants with kurtis? if you haven’t bought yourself one of these, do so now. This salwar suit is delicate, and has intricate hemlines and borders. I love the delicate blends of patterns with faded polka dots, and of course the highlight is the pants!
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Lace used to be a popular trend and it has stayed low for a while, however we are starting to see them again over dupatta borders and salwars. Use them creatively and try not to go overboard, as lace looks best when used minimalistically!
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Lots of Love,
Road Dress Travelled x