If you’re confused about which skirt to wear, here’s your answer:
This time, The Designer Labels has brought to you a carefully curated list of the different type of skirts that some of our favourite designers have hand crafted. These are sure to inspire you for your next big party. Have a look!
Nisha Sainani plays it simple with this gorgeous look. You can also get your hands on a solid skirt, an embroidered blouse and you’re good to go! Do add some accessories for the hair or even treat yourself a choker chain.
Steal the show in this solid outfit from Eclat by Prerika Jalan. Even an off-shoulder top in the same colour would go well with such a skirt. Keep make-up to minimum and smoke up your eyes. A nice ethnic clutch will be a great fit for such an outfit.
Jyoti Sachdev Iyer has brought forward this comfortable yet classy looking outfit that you must get your hands on. You can spice up such a style even with a contrast top. This style can be done justice with a nice big ring on one of your fingers.
Swati Vijaivargie has designed this unique piece that blends bronze and rose just right. If you are someone who wants to feel like a queen at times, this is the piece that will do so. You can add some more glamour to this with a hair tikka.
How to look sexy and modern at the same time? Pick Mogra Designs by Sheena Roy’s skirt designs. The latest trend in this genre is to wear a blouse that has the same print as the skirt. The design that depicted that idea best is here! To amplify the look, use minimal accessories and pair it with a deep red lipstick.
We always have our divas to inspire us and here is what they’ve put up. You can sizzle like Deepika or play it subtle like Parineeti.
Sonakshi Sinha wears a contrast outfit and gives a complete festive look. You can try a similar style in shades like blue and yellow, purple and green or even black and red.
Though Ileana D’Cruz poses a macho look, the outfit is a great option for a wedding and will be a great choice in almost any colour.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu dazzles in a grand lehenga which shows that embroidery on the blouse also works just fine.
One things for sure: A skirt goes along with a long top, crop top, jacket-basically everything. So, fear not about what you wear with your skirt. You are most likely to set a trend.
With all these tips in your head, you can now experiment on your ethnic skirt and don’t forget to TWIRL!