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Article: How to Style Indian Ethnic Wear For Plus-Size Women

How to Style Indian Ethnic Wear For Plus-Size Women

How to Style Indian Ethnic Wear For Plus-Size Women

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When it comes to Indian Ethnic Wear for women, there's no denying the sheer beauty and grace of these ensembles. While picking your personal style and fashion, size should never be a barrier to expressing oneself. Plus-size women can embrace Indian ethnic wear just as beautifully as anyone else. Jaipur Kurti believes in focusing on the concept of body positivity and caters for a diverse range of ethnic wear that is perfect for every body type.

Indian ethnic wear is known for its vibrant colors, intricate designs, and graceful silhouettes that flatter every body type. Here are some tips and ideas on how plus-size women can slay in Indian ethnic wear.

Choose the Right Fabric

Choosing the right fabric can make all the difference in how comfortable and confident you feel in your Indian ethnic wear. Fabrics like cotton, silk, and chiffon are lightweight, breathable, and comfortable. Avoid heavy fabrics like brocade, velvet, and organza that can add unnecessary bulk.

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Pick the Right Silhouette

When it comes to Indian ethnic wear, the silhouette plays a crucial role in enhancing your curves and flattering your figure. A-line kurtas, empire-waist anarkalis, and flared kurtas are great options for plus-size women.

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Embrace Colors

Indian ethnic wear is all about colors, and as a plus-size woman, you should embrace bold and vibrant hues. Opt for bright colors like red, fuchsia, and turquoise, which can make you stand out. However, if you prefer more subtle tones, earthy hues like beige, olive, and rust can also look great.

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Experiment with Styles

There are countless styles of Indian ethnic wear to choose from, so don't be afraid to experiment. You can try fusion wear like kaftan co-ord sets, palazzo pants paired with a kurta, or sharara sets. Don't be afraid to mix and match to find what works best for you.

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In conclusion, Indian ethnic wear is for everyone, regardless of size. Plus-size women can look and feel beautiful in Indian ethnic wear by choosing the right fabric, silhouette, color, and accessories. Experiment with different styles and find what makes you feel the most confident and comfortable.

FAQ- 

Q1. What are some tips for Plus Size Women while shopping for Indian Ethnic Wear online? 

While shopping for Indian ethnic wear and fusion wear sets, Plus Size women should always check the size chart thoroughly, as each brand has different criteria. The type of fabric should also be kept in mind. Read the description carefully so that you can check if all the stitching details are correct and according to your requirements. 

Q2. What type of prints should Plus Size Women opt for while styling Indian wear? 

When it comes to choosing prints for Indian wear, Plus Size women should always focus on picking that complements their style and the look they are going for. 

  • Small Ethnic Prints - They create a simple and subtle look. 
  • Geometric prints - They create a structural and clean look. 

Floral Prints - They also give a fresh and calming look.

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