The ethnic wear has always been an Indian woman`s favorite pick. Be it a party or an office meeting, ethnic wear has that versatility to fit all your occasions like a charm. They give a spark of elegance and integrity to your personality. However, ethnic wear like all other raiments is subject to evolutions. The fashionistas and trendsetters never fail to experiment with colors, patterns, stitch, and type of ethnic wear to come up with an absolutely stunning piece.

There have been trends on and off but ethnic wear is something that will never fail to charm people’s eye no matter if it aligns with the trend.

One such trend that never goes out of style is of Palazzos and Kurtas.

What are palazzos?

The ethnic trousers also were known as palazzo pants have become a huge hit amongst women. They give loose and easy flare fit to your body along your legs.
They can be paired up with a traditional colorful Kurti or even short tops. The markets are overwhelmed with the variety and styles of palazzo dresses.

The fabric is usually cotton, which is breathable as well as summer-friendly. The Kurtis can easily be paired up with the palazzo pant for an effortless elegant ethnic look.

Top trends in Kurta Palazzos

Palazzos have been long winning the wardrobe of a woman. Apart from being extremely comfortable, palazzos help you make a fashion statement when you pair it with a nice embroidered or printed Kurti. Are you running out of the best styles when it comes to palazzo suits? Don’t worry, In this article, I have curated a list of most compelling ethnic wear pieces that will make all heads turn and eyes roll. So let’s begin:

1. Classic Parallel Pants with embroidered A-line Kurtis: An embroidered A-line Kurti is a classic and will be available as a standalone piece or with palazzo. Embroidery has long linked with the roots of India. It deemed to be the symbol of our ancestral heritage. Today they come in various styles and pieces. They can be formal as well as elegant. You have some party picks too amongst the embroidered line of clothes. And they are a wonderful choice for absolutely anyone, wearing a structured or A-line silhouette. Since the width is balanced, there is generally no fear of adding girth or cutting height.

2. Standard Wide-hemmed Palazzos with cotton short Kurtis– These palazzos are another popular kind of palazzo that women like to wear. It goes with about anything. We recommend pairing a Georgette loose Kurti in some soothing summer colors like green, pink, blue, etc. They can be worn by women of all ages. Not all body types can carry it or look the best in it. They get along well with a structured, fitted and slim kurtas that are long or mid-length. Wear printed palazzos with short Kurtis for extra oomph.

3. Georgette Straight Cut Kurti With Gathered Palazzo: Gathered palazzos are the prettiest ones, they are extremely gorgeous to wear in parties, for an Indian or an Indo-western look. They have a nice cross-over of an ethnic lehenga with Western trousers. They constructed with most light-weight and gauzy fabric such as nets or georgettes. They are composed of gathered skirts that have a huge false with 2 separate legs. They should be avoided with really long Kurtis as they can add unnecessary weight making you feel uncomfortable. Pair them a knee-length kurta or navel-length ethnic top.

4. Classic Wide Parallels with cotton solid Kurtis: Imagine a subtle pink or lemon cotton Kurti with a wide parallel palazzo. Isn`t that a charm? A wide parallel palazzo gives a wider flare and often adds a little bit more drama to your dressing. They are also very comfortable and easy to wear. They are quite loose and spacious at the knee and calf area. These trousers must be worn with care, as a long, loose Kurti with wide parallels can add girth to your look. Good for tall and slim women, this style goes well with shorter or mid-length styles and Indo-western, fusion kurtas. This style is fast replacing the Churidar Suits too.

5. Georgette Kurti with Pleated on belt palazzo: These are high waisted palazzo styles is very much in trend these days. The high waist makes them versatile and suitable for all occasions. It is originally believed to have been borrowed from men`s clothing. They are very much similar to parallel trousers but have an extra flare with pleats at the waist. You can wear them with mid-length tunics and you are prepared to work and roll in style! The fierceness they add to your wardrobe is remarkable. They also look amazing with in-vogue high-slit capes and riding waist style kurtas, a cross between a cape and a crop top.

6. Slim Plazos with Printed Anarkali Suit: Slim palazzos look graceful and add a visible curve to your legs. In case you`re reluctant to add much flair to your bottoms, these are the best picks. They also bring out the essence and design of Kurti well as compared to flared bottoms. You can we`re it almost everywhere at work or at a get-together. Pair them with flowy Anarakalis and looser, flared kurta tops – the slim bottom works like a charm in contrast with a billowy top.

7. Bell Bottoms slit A-line Georgette Kurtis: These are very much similar to the bell-bottomed trousers, but a little bit wider with an extra flare, with a billowy length from knees. They are the most youthful and sassy amongst all the palazzo suits. These pants are like having a nostalgia down the memory lane as they come from the 70’s trend and the hippie movement. Pair it up with a knee-length kameez, to pop out the flare with some retro accessories like ear studs and headbands.

These are some of our best picks from the bucket of ethnic clothing styles. They are not just graceful but also add it of sophistication to your attire. Their subtleness and soberness are to die for. So I`m all those days you wish to throw some sass around your workplace or be the eye candy at a wedding, choose one of these styles and get along! We`ll see you at the party!!