India being the land of festivals means that often we are invited to some or the other festivities. Whether it is weddings, Diwali, puja, or even birthdays, there is no dearth of occasions to wear ethnic outfits. If you love wearing ethnic ensembles, crop top dresses are an ideal outfit to choose from.
The beauty of crop top dresses is that it gives you a balanced look, especially if you are torn between choosing a lehenga and an Anarkali dress. If you are invited to your friend’s pre-wedding festivities, turn up in your best ethnic wear. Crop top dresses will make for the perfect ensemble that you can pull off.
During pre-wedding festivities, a lehenga or a saree will be too much to carry while a simple dress will give you a lowkey look. To get that perfectly balanced look crop top dresses are the best choice of outfits.
1. Crop top dresses: This outfit comprises a crop top that you can pair with a long maxi skirt. You can pull off this ethnic look with a dupatta, which makes it look like a lowkey lehenga choli. Depending on the occasion, you can bring variants to your look. For example, if you are attending an event of a loved one, you can opt for a heavily embroidered crop top dress, featuring a zari work crop top and a matching ethnic skirt and a sheer dupatta. But if it is a simple event such as a puja or a home warming ceremony, you can opt for a subtle look such as a minimally embroidered crop top and a solid skirt or vice versa. A dupatta and minimal jewellery should complete your look well.
2. Crop top and dhoti pants: The latest fashion fad in ethnic wear is ditching leggings and palazzos for dhoti pants. Mehendi ceremonies or cocktail parties are some of the perfect events to pull off this Indo-western look. The best way to complement your embroidered dhoti pant is to pair them with a matching crop top. For that extra oomph factor, you can layer your look with an ethnic longline jacket or a shrug. No other footwear but heels will complete your gorgeous look.
3. A shirt and a skirt: If you want to twirl and swirl during the festivities, we recommend you wear a traditional maxi skirt and a shirt. Yes, ditch your crop top and blouses for a nice off-the-shoulder solid satin shirt that you can tuck into a matching embroidered maxi skirt to pull off an offbeat yet stunning look this festive season. Oxidised jewellery should be best paired with this look.
4. Palazzo and crop top: If you love the easy, breezy look that palazzos offer, pair them with a matching crop top and a longline sheer shrug to complete your festive look. You can balance the look by opting for a solid crop top and printed or embroidered palazzos and a matching shrug or either go for an embroidered or printed crop top and matching shrug to be paired with solid palazzo pants.
These are your ideal ethnic wear for women that are trending these days.