Every Indian celebrates Republic Day with pride, love and honor for the nation.
The celebrations are also an apt occasion to flaunt love for your motherland with your knack of the latest trends in fashion.
Wondering what fashion styles to don in office that resonate with Republic Day?
Here are some elegant, ethnic and fusionwear looks that you can don at work this Republic Day:
1. Salute To The Tri-color In A Saree
What outfit could reflect Indian tradition better than a saree? And what better a palette than one with our own tri-colors? Merge these two, and what you get is a saree with beautiful tri-color detailing to align with the spirit of the festivities.
2. All White Kurta With A Color Pop
Slip into a dainty, all-white ensemble of kurta and leggings. Color-block with accessories in saffron and green. A bright orange dupatta with a spotless, white kurta or a green necklace on a white anarkali, the choice is yours!
3. Fusion Flair In A Jumpsuit
If pulling off an overly ethnic look seems tiresome, try going fusion. Wear a jumpsuit with vibrant ethnic prints or embroidery. You’ll get showered with compliments for this bohemian yet oh-so-Indian fashion trend. To make the look more apt for the occasion, stick to shades of coral, orange or green.
4. Traditional Yet Quirky In A Top
What’s another way to work up Republic Day fashion without going overboard, particularly if you have your work planner filled? In a functional top that gives a nod to the tri-colors! Ramp up your basic office outfit by throwing in a flowy, white shrug or top featuring orange detailing like tassels or embroidery.
5. Flaunting Indigo In An Anarkali
Not a fan of tri-color fashion? There’s another true-blue Indian color and that is indigo. The best way to contrast this rich tone is in a flowy Anarkali to exude ethnic elegance.
Showing love for your motherland need not necessarily mean flaunting the quintessential tri-color hues. You could simply turn up in garments crafted from locally produced, organic fabrics. Dress yourself up this Republic Day in LIVA kurtis, sarees, shirts, tunics and tops crafted from LIVA, an organic cellulose fiber, which is environmentally friendly.
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