The term Bottom Wear has become a fashion phenomenon of sorts in recent times. More so, with new ideas and experiments by kitschy designers, it is Indian bottom wear that has been stealing the limelight more often than not. From the humble Salwars to the very elaborate Dhoti Pants, Indian women are freely and liberally experimenting with their bottom wear with panache.
Gone are the days when there were only two options to chose from for bottom wear when you went to the tailor-Either a salwar or a payjami. The scene is completely different now. Even the humble tailor next door will tell you at least 5 different options that he can stitch for your bottoms.
While a salwar refers to a pair of light, loose, pleated trousers, usually tapering to a tight fit around the ankles, worn by women from typically with a kameez (the two together being a salwar kameez ), A churidaar is something more contemporary in its appeal and look. A churidar is Pajamalike trousers tapering to a tight fit at the calf and ankle and usually cut long so as to gather in folds at the lower leg.
Women have for the longest time been confined to these two type of bottom wear options with their Kurtas and for some more formal occasions, it would be a Ghagra or lehnga to the rescue. A ghagra is a long full skirt, often decorated with embroidery, mirrors, or bells. They still are trending now a days but in their more modern novelties.
Let's have a look at the latest trending Indian bottom wear options for the woman of today-
PALAZZO PANTS, SHARARAS
The palazzo pants refer to the kind of trousers with rather loose and wide legs. Palazzo pants are definitely the way to do long pants in summer; your whole outfit will look chic, yet breezy and comfy. Teaming them up with long straight kurtas or playing around with short shirts, crop tops and so much more, it's the Pallazo pants that are finding their way into every woman's wardrobe this season.
Their more ethnic cousin would be the SHARARAS which are loose pleated pants that are worn with a chunni along with a kurti or a blouse. Perfect for those who want to skip the routine lehngas on wedding occasions.
Flared skirts are a successor of the Indian garment – ghagra. They have been trending on the runways forever! You can team them up with straight cut kurtis to tops, and try n number of styling options to look dressy in the skirt. A crushed fabric stole will complement the look further. Depending upon the design and fabric, the look can be customized for a daily wear or for an occasion wear.
Pants/trousers instantly give you a formal yet stylish look. Pants in silk, cotton, polyester or linen are some of the most commonly seen pants that women can team up with formal or casual kurtas. They come in many options, printed, embellished, or just plain solids. Whatever be the style, they look very chic and clean when teamed up with straight kurtis, or even a long and flowy one. Even a short and shirt style one will look good with straight pants.
Dhoti pants are extremely voguish and comfortable as a bottom wear especially during summers. Unlike Payjamis or other fitted bottoms, which are heavy, dhoti pants are light enough to let the skin breathe and combat heat. Amazingly, these dhoti pants have breached international borders and landed on the fashion ramps abroad. They look stunning and intricate but are supremely comfortable for the wearer.
Flared culottes have stormed the fashion scene big time! Be it plain, printed or crinkled, they look fabulous and stylish with short and mid-length kurtis. Giving the impression of a divided skirt, they are extremely comfortable.
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