Now that the lock down is being finally lifted, don’t you think it is time to venture out for a breath of fresh air so as to lift our spirits. As a matter of fact, we all need a break from the mundane lives that we have lived through during this pandemic. Above all, many of us are waiting to step out of our homes, perhaps for work or for pleasure. Just to meet friends and chat up over a cup of coffee. Much has been written about the importance of maintaining our physical, mental & emotional wellbeing in these pandemic times. Let us talk clothes styles for a moment. Summer salwar suit styles are in and trending. Don’t bother about what will suit you and what will not. You will instinctively know it. The idea is to feel good in the clothes one wears.
Shopkhoj picks up these seven beautiful Punjabi salwar suit designs this season.
Swap the LBD (little black dress)for this ethnic style shirt with sequinned collars and sleeves. For example, the sequins add shimmer, glitter & present a dressy look. The shirt looks simple, yet classy. Pair it with matching black tights or capris. As a matter of fact, the capris come with self-embroidered designs on the side of the legs, at the bottom & around the ankle. The black embroidery adds the much needed chic & flair to an ordinary black bottom. Overall It is a stand out piece. Elegant, graceful & bold. Evening party Wear dress. Rs8000/set
2.POWDER BLUE SALWAR SUIT DEISGN
Wow. This powder blue dress defines summer. It is not called powder blue without a reason. The soothing light blue colour adds a coolness quotient that is just unmatched. For instance, the style is with no frills and is plain. The side buttons & uneven cut adds a distinct panache. Pair it with white salwar pants. A little bit of embroidery will add a new twist to the salwars .
Ideal for office wear. Kurta @ Rs2000/piece
3.ROSE PINK PUNJABI
You can never go wrong with this beautiful pink coloured salwar suit dress. Further, pink is pleasing and is another ideal summer colour. Lighter shades work well in summer and pink is of course an all time favourite with grown up girls too. The dark pink embroidery contrasts with the light pink colour without a single jarring note. In addition, the embroidery is subtle & minimal. In addition, the embroidery around the neck is matched with restricted embroidery at the bottom. It is not overpowering and allows the colour of the fabric to remain in memory long after we have seen it. Such is the power of this shade of pink. The fabric is hakoba ,which is ideal for the summer as it allows free air movement. Pink Salwar Suit Set @Rs5500/set
4.LIME GREEN PUNJABI SALWAR SUIT DESIGN
The pale green colour is so English and subtle. It is a soothing reminder of the cool summer evenings. However, once indoors, it brightens the surroundings .As a matter of fact ,the gold sequins work adds bling to lift up the dress to partying heights. It is simple due to the colour and subtle work, yet it is party wear when paired with the right accessories. There is ample detailing in embroidery & design.The white embroidery & pearls around the neck sets of this dress and the georgette fabric falls very well. The sleeves have tiny embroidery and frills. All in all, it looks classy & timeless. When paired with a Banarasi dupatta & heavy jewellery, it can be transformed to wedding wear attire.Enjoy
5.YELLOW PUNJABI SALWAR SUIT
We love the bright canary yellow outfit. The simple style will suit youngsters. It is sleeveless with straight lines and no embroidery ,no sequins and no frills. The interesting linear cut in the centre of the shirt is attractive and distinct. It matches the minimalistic collar with similar lines. For instance, the centre of the shirt has horizontal patterns vis a vis the vertical lines on the sides, albeit the same fabric is used. The contrasting patterns with matching buttons adds a simple charm to the outfit. Above all, this kind of small detailing lifts the dress a notch above the ordinary .Pair it with white or black bottom wear or jeans . It is bound to be a hit. Pair it with silver accessories & you are bound to be a smash hit@Rs1800/Kameez piece
6.THE CRIMSON KURTI
We present this beautiful kurti style outfit in crimson paired with tapered bottom. This is a self printed kurti ,aka a shorter shirt style. As a matter of fact , the beauty lies in its bold tones. There is a mix & match of fabrics of in shades of crimson . The vertical design fabric on the sleeves contrasts with the subtle self design in the body. Further, the fabric used in the sleeves is densely printed in similar colour tones.Further, the detailing in the neck in bright yellow tones is in contrast to the the dark tone of the dress and makes it stand out. Further, we notice the sleeves in matching prints . In fact, they are puffed sleeves with multiple designs in ochre & crimson. Match this kurti with jeans or tapered pants . Kurti@Rs2000/piece
7.THE MAUVE Punjabi Salwar Suit
The colour is refreshing. For instance ,mauve is a summer colour that is not used frequently. This beautiful salwar suit design uses a lot of lace in varying styles and thickness. The lace work in the centre is delicate running all through the kameez and going all around the dress similar to a sash. And the fact that this is not at the centre adds a distinct grace & flair to this dress. However, there is detailing at the bottom of the kameez with a slightly different kind of lace. Now comes the best part of the dress, the sleeves. The billowy bell sleeves have the most unique and original style & chic. In other words ,they are the centre piece of this entire design. Do not miss this dress. Kameez@Rs2000/piece
Own it ,flaunt it and be happy in it. As a matter of fact, we all deserve a bit of self help with happiness in these difficult times .
Above all, we have showcased dresses that are affordable, smart & fashionable.All the more reason to be happy. You do not have to buy salwar sets off the shelf always. Bespoke tailoring is in. Stand out from the crowd.
All the dresses can be customised to measurements .
Shalini Kakkar Designs -9810295334
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