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5 Ways To Work Up A Silk Salwar Kameez Into Your Winter Wardrobe

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The shimmering threads of silk have been enamoring royalty since long, thus giving it the tag of the oldest luxury fabric.

Apart from its refined look and feel, silk is also known for its heat trapping qualities. This makes it the go-to fabric for designers, to craft ethnic wear for winters, ranging from Punjabi suit designs to designer kurtas.

So go ahead, give this fabric a try; you’ll love its luxe aura. Here are five styling tips to carry captivating silk salwar suit designs with elan:

1. Blend Silk And Rich Hues


Winter calls for clothes in rich, warm hues to balance out the gloomy vibes bought on by the unrelenting cold. So opt for a salwar kameez in oxblood, burgundy, wine, plum or purple. These luxurious tones are sure to amplify the refinement that silk brings with it.

2. Style With Lehenga Skirts


Create your own regal ensemble for a winter wedding by styling a long kurti design in silk. However, skip the regular salwar pants and give your ensemble a touch of grandeur by opting for luxurious wide-legged salwar pants or a lehenga skirt.

3. Pair With Palazzos


Style up short silk kurtas in your collection with palazzos for a casual yet smart look at office. Opt for long sleeves to keep you warm. Spruce up your ensemble further by infusing the latest trends in fashion like pastel pile-up, print mixing, and monochrome.

4. Wear As A Jacket Salwar Kameez Duo


How could jackets be left out of winterwear, right? Here’s a way to inject one into your ethnic wardrobe. Add an embroidered silk jacket to top off your kurta pajama design. You’re sure to stay snug yet stylish!

5. Throw In A Dupatta


Don’t cut back on color just because it’s winter. Flaunt some on your salwar kameez design and beat those wintry blues. And what better accessory than a dupatta to do the job?

Revel in the luxury and warmth of silk this winter. Look for the latest Punjabi suits and ladies kurta designs made from LIVA – a soft, organic, and fiber cellulose fabric by the Aditya Birla Group, famed for putting fluid fashion on a global platform.

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