The Palazzo love
Category : Style
Okay! sorry for sounding too excited, but how can we not be excited? It is the FIRST blog by Peppy Chics!!!! Hope you are having a great weekend and a BIG thank you for reading this. We have been working since months to set up everything and here we are finally sharing our blog with you guys. Being a beginner, we have tried to keep this post pretty simple and basic.
Like we all know, Palazzos are totally ruling the fashion world currently. The pants are both stylish and comfortable at the same time and we love how it is so easy to use them in almost all kinds of attire whether it’s casual or formal or a little on the traditional Indian side. In this post we tried creating 3 different everyday chic looks with a white palazzo pant.
For those last minute plans when you don’t have much time to dress up but also wish to look good, just pick a pair of palazzo and team it up with a top/shirt, wear basic makeup, put on some accessories, and flats/gladiator and you are done. For the first one, we paired the palazzo with a floral top tucked in, added oxidised bracelet on the wrist, a chunky black ring, a nose ring and a kada on the ankle and finished the look with kolhapuri chappals. You can make the outfit more fun by mixing different prints. We also recommend this look for semi formal. Just grab a nice formal shirt and a palazzo, tie up your hair in a bun, put on a watch and heels and there you go.
Well, who says ethnic is boring? For the second one, we paired the palazzo with anarkali kurti to create an ethnic vibe which is suitable for small family gatherings. We kept the colors to basic, black on white and finished the look with small colorful jhumkis, a bindi and brown leather jutis. The artistic leather handbag contributes to the desi look. You can wear a long pakistani style kurti as well. You can further experiment by adding more accessories, depending upon the occasion or by wearing a racer back kurti to spice up the whole ethnic outfit.
For the last one, we picked a mulberry colored turtle neck T-shirt, wide stretch waist belt and the same leather jutis. We love creating edgy looks by adding a pinch of Indianness in basic clothes, so for accessories we picked a broad neck piece, jhumki style earnings and a maang tika. This outfit can be carried to work by replacing a printed scarf with the accessories and the jutis with heels or formal shoes.
Hope you guys enjoyed reading this post. We would love to hear from you, so don’t forget to share your suggestions and feedback in the comments below 🙂
Loads of love,
Peppy Chics ❤️