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Phulari's Ethnic Bottom-wear Essentials

A pair of comfy, versatile bottom-wear is a quintessential part of every woman's closet. And women of all ages will agree with me, apart from the regular salwar and denims, adding a range of ethnic and indo-western bottoms makes for a smart choice  Simply put, a kurta can be converted into a completely new attire for different occasions by pairing it with the right kind of bottom wear. Yes, it’s high time to invest in some of the must-have ethnic bottom-wear. We have friends to catch up with, formal events to attend, religious ceremonies to be a part of, and grand celebrations to celebrate. Investing in any one of them will help you achieve a breathtaking and exquisite appearance. 

On Phulari.com, you will find a huge variety of ethnic bottom-wear of different patterns, colors and styles. Each is fascinating when it comes to pairing with other products. The beauty lies in the skillfulness of our rural craftsmen. Since these bottoms are handcrafted by using different art and craft forms, they are bound to be certain imperfections. But it is these minute imperfections that make them standout. 

Try out some of the trending ethnic bottom-wear that will add elegance and glamor to your style. It goes well with multiple upper wears like Kurtis, tops, camisoles, anarkalis, among many more. Here are a few bottoms recommended by Team  Phulari, which you may love. So let’s dig deeper to find out what would be your pick.

The casual companion

Hand block Indigo Palazzo

A hand block Indigo printed palazzo is a go-to bottom-wear for all your casual  activities. It is airy, baggy, and fashionable at the same time. It is comfortable, making it a perfect all-season wear, especially during the summers. Summers are sweaty and hot to go in for a skin-hugging pant, and sporting a palazzo makes it a lot easier as they are flared and voguish.  Also, pairing it with a Kurta isn’t necessary. You can try a crop top, camisole, or even a shirt.  Women, make a style statement with the Indigo palazzo pant, which will give you a fresh look.

The all occasion wear

Wrap-around skirt

As the name suggests, it can wrap around the waist in no time to fit any body type. They are easy to carry and stylish. It looks good with almost everything and hence makes it a must-have apparel. Another reason behind having them is that they are easy to style and can go with any of your wardrobe staples. A wrap-around skirt is perfect for vacations, everyday wear, formal occasions, traditional events, and brunches. They can also transition seamlessly into summer or winter wear. On a warm day, pair it with a spaghetti top and a pair of flats, while on the other hand, on a cold breezy day, pair it with a sweater top and boots. Apart from these, a wrap-around skirt can be worn with endless products like kurtas, dupattas, tee-shirts, heels, and sneakers based on the occasion. Don’t forget to accessorize them with some jewelry for an elevated appearance. 

The comfortable work companion

Hand block Indigo printed straight pant

Hand block Indigo printed straight pant

Be it an outing or a day at work, a straight indigo pant is an ideal choice by majority Indian women. It is soft and pleasant to wear. Both these pants are a necessary bottom-wear as they add to your ethnic look beyond imagination. Match these pants with your long Kurti, short Kurta, or Anarkali. For footwear, you can try wearing hand-made leather juttis or wedges, depending on your comfort level.

The fusion hand block magic

Cotton Ajrakh Jogger

If you wish to look that is a blend of western and ethnic, sporting a cotton ajrakh jogger would be a bottom we would recommend. Made of cotton fabric, it has beautifully hand-block printed Ajrakh designs. The best part about these joggers is that they are versatile and will instantly catch the attention of onlookers. From a camisole to a tee-shirt, kurta to a tunic, you can style it based on the look you want. It can be worn anywhere- gym, yoga, chilled hangout, work, or small gathering. Juttis, kolhapuris, sneakers add a funky look to the overall outfit worn. 

Another brilliant fusion hand block bottom would be an Indigo printed dhoti pant. It makes such a comfortable and stylish wear for all events and occasions. You can style it with a formal blouse, short kurti or tee-shirt depending on the occasion. For a richer look, accessorise the attire with a dupatta, stole, or jewelry. 

The traditional must-have

Phulkari bagh lehenga skirt

Be it a traditional festivity or wedding celebrations, having a phulkari lehenga skirt in your closet is an apt choice. The reason behind this is that it is bright, colorful, stylish, and elegant. The phulkari skirt can be matched with a contrast blouse or kurta and dupatta. To elevate your avatar add juttis and Kundan jewelry.

The simple sharara

Cotton sharara palazzo

Chikankari Sharara

Based on a woman's preference, a sharara can give both a formal and informal look. This can be obtained by pairing it with apparel that includes Kurti, flared short Kurti, and crop top. Also, a long straight fit kurta can be an addition.  The chikankari georgette shararas in white are perfect for those who like flowy fabrics. The cotton sharara is comfortable and goes with almost every kind of top. These bottoms offer a relaxed vibe and sophisticated feel. To create another interesting ethnic attire, the sharara and Kurti or crop top can be paired with an ethnic jacket. To add the extra charm to your attractive look, try wearing jhumkas, oxidized jewelry, and juttis .

The unconventional dhamaal

Hand block Indigo printed skirt

Apart from the common bottoms that make it to a wardrobe essential, we have another apparel that can make an excellent addition to the bottom-wear collection. Not a common taste among a lot of women, but having it can work wonders on your fashion statement. Wondering what I’m talking about? It’s the long skirt either in the Ajrakh or hand block indigo printed pattern. When it comes to carrying a long skirt, balancing it with the right pieces is important for a stellar look. The most preferred options could include a crop top, kurta, bodycon top, saree blouse, dupatta, and a buttoned blouse. The skirt can also be used as a half-saree, an option that will be loved by the younger generation of women. While choosing footwear to match the attire will vary depending on the event. For a casual meet-up sneakers will give a fun twist, while for more formal situations heels, juttis or ballerinas will add to the elegance. 

The desi bandwagon

Semi patiala pant with dupatta

The basic patiala salwars will never go out of fashion and we recommend having a few of them always. Crepe or cotton salwars make for a low maintenance everyday choice while bright full patiala salwars are an eye-catching beauty. To make your life simple, we have introduced some plain salwar-dupatta combos that are a no brainer.

So my lovely readers, do invest in a pair of ethnic bottom-wear mentioned above. It is sure to add value to your style, personality and wardrobe. Don’t forget to try out the combinations described or as seen in the images. Create your own combos by going experimental. Stun everyone wherever you go, with wows and compliments filled in the air. Make sure you visit the Bottom-wear Collection by Phulari. Each is unique, and will make you drop dead gorgeous at the next meet-and-greet, formal event, festival and celebrations. Happy Exploring!

 

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