Palazzos are undoubtedly a closet basic. Having said that we tend to undermine this incredibly versatile piece of clothing and restrict its styling only with casual tops, t-shirts or kurtas. Today, I’m here to show how you can dress up your Palazzos & create 4 stunning, unique yet totally wearable looks, so let’s get right into it! Ethnic jumpsuits are my way to go for an indo-western outfit as it takes your glam quotient up to the next level. I paired a gold top with my gold foil print
palazzos and tucked it in with a belt so it looks like a whole jumpsuit This creates a silhouette that’s fitted till the waist and flared at the bottom & is flattering for most body types. So the next time you have a cocktail, a sangeet or just a family function, you can ditch your lehengas and salwars for this ultra stylish
outfit! Now I know most of us think of palazzos as more of a summer staple since they’re so lightweight and breathable. But this look I’ve created can be worn in
the winters as well as for formal settings. Palazzos can easily double up as trousers & pairing it with a tweed jacket like this one gives it a very sophisticated feel. The cropped jacket and high waist bottoms balance out my body proportions while keeping me warm. This outfit is perfect if you want to feel relaxed at work all the while being chic and classy! From the runway to streetwear, everyone loves to sport edgy Indo-western outfits. Now, you really don’t need to spend a lot of money to create a chic look because for all you know, you have everything inside your cupboard! I’ve taken my tunic top where the prints add a nice ethnic vibe to it and I have paired it with really simple white palazzos. Now to take this outfit from basic to stylish I’ve added a silver belt at the waist and made this into a peplum top. This also helps define and accentuate my waist. And I’ve added some really nice oxidized jewellery to it. I really love how fun yet comfortable this outfit has turned out to be! The saree has evolved & has been adapted in so many new ways that it’s tough to leave the pant saree style out of this list. Now I know a lot of you guys might love to experiment with the classic saree and try out this palazzo saree look. But I also know from all your comments that this drape seems a bit impractical when it comes to visiting the bathroom. So here’s my solution! What I’ve done is put the pleats at the back and pinned it there while the rest of my pallu is flowing in the front which takes care of the extra fabric What this does is it makes the pleats a part of the pants so it’s easy to take off and put on whenever i want. Moreover, I love the vibrant colors in this saree and I think this look is perfect for a day or night event. So the next time you have an occasion coming up, make sure you reach out for your palazzos before stressing about what to shop for. Let me know if you have any unique looks with palazzos that you have to share with me and until next time stay tuned stay Glamrs!