bottom wears

Fashion keeps on changing, and some fashion enthusiasts try to stay updated with the trend as quickly as possible. If you’re one of those people, then it is time for you to update your dress collection as the season of statement sleeves, versatile designs, edgy silhouettes with a massive variety of bottom wears has arrived. The term bottom wear has turned into a fashion phenomenon recently. With unique and fresh ideas, you can experiment with Indian bottom wear and steal the limelight often. Create a funky look with a classic bottom and upper for an ideal fusion of day-to-night options.

Explore, Create & Experiment

From the basic salwars to elaborated dhoti pants, Indian women are continually experimenting with their bottom wear options and creating new styles. Long gone are the days when there were merely two options to select from for your bottom wear; when you used to tell your tailor to either stitch a salwar or a payjami. It is different now even fashion designers and tailors next door will suggest you at least 5 to 6 different design options that you can get stitched for your bottoms. Explore a little to find some trending bottom dresses and create a new outfit for every occasion.

Various Styles for Your Bottom Wear

A salwar is a pair of light, breathable, pleated trousers, generally tapering to a fit around the ankles. Many women wear it with a kameez. A churidar is slightly more contemporary in its look, and it seems like pajama-like trousers tapering to a tight fit at the calf and ankle. You have been limited to only these two kinds of bottom wear choices with your kurtas, and for some special events, it can turn into a ghagra or lehenga. Here are some of the listed styles that you can try for your bottom wear.

PALAZZO PANTS, SHARARAS: It is a kind of trousers that is slightly loose and wide. Palazzo pants are must-wear long pants during the summer as your entire outfit will look stylish, yet comfy and breezy. Pairing them up with a long straight kurta or experimenting with short shirts, crop tops, and so much more. As it has become a multi-purpose clothing item, you can find palazzo pants in every woman’s wardrobe.

If you’re going for an ethnic outfit, pick a sharara that is loosely pleated plants worn along with a chunni, kurti, or a blouse. It is an ideal outfit for females who don’t want to wear a lehenga at a wedding.

STRAIGHT PANTS: Pants or trousers immediately offer you a formal yet sophisticated appeal. You can get them stitched in various materials like silk, cotton, linen, or polyester. These are some of the standard and popular fabrics that women choose for their Indian bottom wear options. Not only material, but you get a pool of designs like printed, floral, embellished, or just plain solid colors. Whatever be the style, it looks very stunning and appealing when paired up with straight kurtis or even flowy ones.

FUNKY CULOTTES: This stylish pair of bottoms have made a refreshing style-statement in the current fashion industry. You can pick a plain, printed, or crinkled flared culottes, and they will still look excellent and elegant with short and mid-length kurtis or shirts. It sort-off appears like a divided skirt. However, they are incredibly comfortable and breathable to wear.

FLARED SKIRTS: It is a well-known successor of the Indian clothing called ghagra. One of the most trending bottom dresses on the runways, weddings, parties, or any occasion, you will see one or two girls or women wearing flared skirts. Pair it up with a shirt, top or kurti and create a new outfit.

Author's Bio: 

I am Deepika Sharma, a professional writer & blogger. I have an experience of more than three years. I always look for new things in writing and content curation and also worked for many websites.