Do you love those traditional Indian suit? Young ladies who do not want to go easy with sarees, the ethnic traditional Indian suits are the best options to go with. Thanks, to designers who came up with beautiful idea of traditional suits. These are not only the Anarkali or low floor suits, these are the variety of suits that have beautiful designs and lovely style to flaunt in.
But sometimes, what goes disastrously is the size, shape, fabric and the work on the suit. Always remember that every material, accessory, fabric, embroidery and design is not made for you and you are not made for everything! Sometimes your body does not allow heavy fabrics and work on the outfits, sometimes some girls need heavy outfits and bold colors to make their appearance fuller.
Finally, what happen is, you end up buying something that doesn’t suits you at all and then you feel blank, as you waste your money and time for something that is not even looking good on you. The suit looks best when they are fitted, styles and designed for your body type. If you are a curvaceous girl and opting for the suit that will look good on a voluminous girl, definitely you will fall in a disastrous zone.
With your amazing style sense and with few tips on your body shape, you can do wonders at events and occasions. No matter that what design and style you love and want, everything can fit with your body shape, you just have to keep in mind some simple style tips and tricks while buying a gorgeous outfit!
Let’s find out How To Choose A Perfect Traditional Indian Suit According To Your Body Type! ?
#1 Silk and cotton are just made for you- Apple Shaped Body!
The girls with apple shaped figure have the heavy bust, tummy, and the upper back area. With their broad shoulders, their upper body is nor proportionate to the lower body! But the best thing about the apple shaped body girls is, they have well-toned arms and legs. These girls should always remember that, go with the suit that is loose from the waist. The best fabrics that will suit you is cotton and silk, and strictly avoid the fabrics that stick to the body.
You have that broad shoulders, so V-necks and U-necks will suits you best as it will hide your broad shoulders. Now you have to put some logic in your styling that, if you want to wear fitted kurtas, then go with the lose lowers and always! Simple embroidery is good, but you have to avoid the heavy work and embroidery on the top, as it will more volumise your already heavy bust!
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