12 Jan Your look sorted for Lodhi: Lohri Party Dress code
We present the best of Jabong’s new picks in festive wear, right in time for Lodhi!
Ah, Lodhi! A time for new beginnings and it is often the year’s first celebration. There is much to celebrate, many friends and relatives to meet, and many sweets to gorge on. It is also the time to dress up in your finest ethnic clothes – so get shopping!
If you are looking for pointers on what to wear for your annual Lodhi celebration, here’s some help for your lohri party dress code. This is the season’s best festive wear list, exclusively picked by Jabong for both men and women:
Lohri Party Dress code For women:
1 Anarkali kurta and churidar: The classic Anarkali never goes out of style, especially when it comes to festive wear. It offers an immensely flattering silhouette, whether you are tall and willowy, or shorter with a pear-shaped figure. Its empire line waist seeks to lengthen the torso. Wear a beautiful Anarkali with three-fourth sleeves and a flowing dupatta with a matching hue. Pair with jhumkas and leave your hair untied.
2 Palazzo and kurta: How about a modern take on the classic salwar kameez silhouette? Jabong has a superb twist – a palazzo in place of the salwar or chudidar, and a fitted kurta to both elongate the torso and give a graceful look. Choose trendy colours like slate grey, sunshine yellow and crimson for your kurta, and pair with a contrasting colour in the palazzo. Pair with coloured bangles, a pair of sparkling earrings and a large bindi.
3 Jacket Kurta: Yet another stylish twist on traditional festive wear for women – try a stylish jacket kurta in place of your usual kurti, and choose a really flowy silhouette. Pair it with a matching churidar and high heels. You can wear your dupatta on one shoulder to really bring out the flowing lines of the kurta.
4 Kurta in solid colours: Kurtas are your best bet in festive wear for Lodhi. There is no way you can go wrong with it, whether you pair it with a churidar or a fitted pair of denim jeans. Pick a solid colour like navy blue, rust brown or olive green. Pair it with a plain white churidar or a pair of black fitted jeans. Finish your look with a Nehru jacket in the same shade as the kurta.
5 Kurta with asymmetric hem: This is a new style in men’s kurtas, and everybody’s digging it! This kurta has an asymmetric hem and a dramatic hip-length slit on one side. We recommend picking a really bold colour like crimson or mustard yellow in this style of kurta, and pairing it with a white churidar and a pair of mojris. Do not wear a jacket or a dupatta over this kurta, so that you can accentuate the drama in the cut to its fullest.
We hope you enjoy Lodhi wearing the season’s best clothing from Jabong.