The season of freezing cold temperatures, loads of coffee, and bonfires, is almost upon us. Yes, the winters are knocking at our doors, and we all know how dull and gloomy it can get at times with this nip in the air.
But your wardrobe does not have to be dull this coming winter. With so many amazing color combinations on offer in winter Indian suits, you can experiment and add a dash of hues to your apparel. Playing with colors can be fun, as all of us are taught in school. Let’s play it out here with our wardrobe as well, and you will surely not be disappointed!
Experiment with shades.
Gone are the days of having standalone colors. Today, you do not have a blue or a pink, but myriad shades under each of these colors. Warmer tones work particularly well for the winter season. You can go in for dark tones for the salwar kameez, and a shade which is one tone lighter, for the dupatta.
2. Contrasts are in!
Contrasts are in this season for winter Indian suits. You can mix and match and see what works best for you; there is so much room for experimentation you will be spoiled for choice. Red and golden, black and maroon, blue and wine, and so on; these are color combinations that are sure to win you a thumbs up from everyone. You can team up with a beautifully embroidered shawl to keep the cold at bay, and yet look stunning in your outfit.
3. Try heavy borders
You can also try out heavy borders in hues of copper, silver, golden, or beige. These not only add volume to the fabric, but up the elegance quotient of winter Indian suits significantly. These work best on red, black, blue, purple, and other dark colors.
4. Don’t forget the jackets
How can we forget the effervescent jacket when it comes to winters? Team your winter Indian suits with jackets. Opt for dark colors. For a pure red suit, a black jacket would be the perfect foil. You can also experiment with the length of the jacket by keeping it either knee-length or till the waist. Jackets can be adorned with strings and pretty somethings in colors of golden and silver. They look classy and beautiful; especially if you are someone who loves to flaunt those gorgeous, flowing anarkali suits.
5. Embroidery is the best
If you love the straight look in winter Indian suits, embroidered ones are your best bet. Go in for the glittery look that works well for the season. Shades of pink, green, blue, black, red are all-time favorites. If you want to experiment a bit, try and go for multi-colored embroidery. It works best with colors such as black and blue.
All this said and done, we still leave room for you to experiment and imagine more. Color combinations are an outcome of the creative juices that we all have within us. So set your imagination rolling, try out different colors, and see what works best for you. The weather can be gloomy in winters, but your wardrobe does not have to be!