Dress in Tri Colors This Republic Day
We are all closing in on Republic day and it is the time we go high on tri-color fashion. After all the three colors translate to nationalistic fervor. Republic day brings excitement as it is another day to go traditional. Since Republic day Is falling on a weekday this year, some of you would be going to schools, and offices and some others to the community grounds to celebrate. In any case, these fashion tips will help you design your look effortlessly.
All you need is bangles and nail paint in either of the three colors or all three. Colored bindi if you are a bindi-lover. These are accompaniments to your traditional attire which could be a saree, lehenga, kurta sets, or even Indo-western attire. Next is to choose if you’d like to go monochrome or color coordinated. Mix and match make great attire too. Where a white saree can be matched with an orange blouse and topped with green bangles or accessories. A green kurta with white bottom and orange dupatta evoke a patriotic feel. Accessorize it with colored nails and bangles.
If colorful is not your style then chuck the above list and go monochrome. Monochrome sarees in light fabrics like organza, georgette, and cotton look elegant and sensual at the same time. Sequins are in fashion and they can be added in moderate amounts if it is a day function or in sumptuous helpings if the party is at night. A kurta set in monochrome is always going to stand by you. Choose an outfit in orange, white or green for Republic Day special feel without going liberal about it.
While this is the other end of the rope and if you prefer a middle ground, printed and ombre’ or shaded fabrics are the ones you should trust. While these break the monotony of monochrome they add an element of interest to your outfit. I hope these unique and fun ideas will help you to create a head-turning Republic Day look for you and your friends this 26th Jan.
Now these styles are on your finger tips. Buy these online from the comfort of your home and shine at the Republic Day function.
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