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Palazzo pant was a huge fashion craze back in 90’s, and again it has started trending. It is the most comfortable outfit to wear. Palazzo suits all body types let it be lean or plus size. It can hide the extra fat around your tummy. Palazzo is basically designed for summer and spring, but in Indian weather you can wear it most part of the year. Different types of palazzo are available in the market as well as in online stores. How to wear palazzo pants is what most women are curious about.

You can style it various ways to create an ethnic, western, indo-western, boho, street-style, beech-wear, sporty, casual, and formal or any other look you want.

You can definitely wear it for a diverse occasions like party, office, festival, marriage, shopping, hang out, outing and many more. Wear palazzo with varieties of kurtis, tops, foot wears, jewelry and create thousands of your own style.

Here are some tried and tested styling ideas that you always wanted to have.

PALAZZO AND FABRIC

1.Cotton and Linen-

These are the most comfortable  and most popular palazzo especially for summer

2.Georgette and Chiffon-

These are blowy and suits plus size people

3.Silk-

Thick silk material suits skinny people the most. Thin silk material is for everyone.

Idea-1pair a maroon A-line silk kurti with a golden silk palazzo

Idea-2- Dress up a thick-silk dark blue palazzo with brocade design, with a tucked in white shirt, add a choker necklace to it.

PALAZZO AND COLOUR

Some ideas regarding how to wear palazzo pants of different colours is listed below.

Black-

Black and white are two basic colors that goes well with most of the others. You probably be having one of this palazzo in your closet.

Idea-1- Black high waist formal palazzo and a solid coloured or else a shimmery shirt tucked in is a perfect choice

.Idea-2Black palazzo with a black and white printed kurti (striped /geometric/other print ) is a ready to go and most common combination

2. White-

It can be coupled with hundreds of kurtis and tops

Idea-1– White palazzo goes well with a printed kurti.

Idea-2-White palazzo with white strait cut ,long, chicken-kari kurti

Idea-3White palazzo with pastel or white coloured long kurti looks soft and soothing on eyes

3. Shimmery –

It is available in shimmery silver as well as shimmery golden color. Golden is a bit loud for me, if you are bold enough you can wear it. 

Idea-1Shimmery silver palazzo with a crop top with a long shrug is copybook outfit for any party.

4. Pastel-

  Pastel colors are a group of pale colors that are basically any color mixed with enough white to give it a milky and near neutral appearance, still maintaining its colorful personality. Pink, mauve, mint and lavender are few of the trendy pastel shades. Currently these colors are fashion statement.

Idea-1Pastel coloured salwar suit with sharara palazzo pant is a fashion statement.

PALAZZO AND PRINT/ PATTERN

1.Striped –

Striped palazzo is available in varieties of shades. Black and white striped palazzo is currently in trend.

Idea-1 – High waist black and white stripped palazzo pant with simple solid tucked in top is a ready to go look of all time.

2.Checker-

  These can be styled similar to striped palazzo. Black checker culottes/cropped palazzo pants are sassy.

3.Block-Print –

Bold block prints are always eye catchy and traditional.
Few ideas on how to wear palazzo pants with block prints is listed below.

Idea-1 – Block print palazzo and suit set of same tint are available in market in multitude of colors.

Idea-2 – Block printed blue palazzo pant with white straight cut kurti is tasteful too

4.Gold-Print-


Gold print is everywhere. Let it be kurti or top or palazzo. It gives that desired traditional look.

Idea-1 –  Off white palazzo with gold prints is a must have, as it goes well with a number of traditional kurtis and tops

5.Geometric-Pattern-

It adds variation to your wardrobe.

Idea-1 –  A multicolored geometric pattern palazzo with a solid round neck top is kicky.

6. Floral –

Multicoloured floral palazzo can be paired with solid top or kurti.

Idea-1 –  A multicoloured flower pattern palazzo with simple solid crop top is flattery

7.Small Print –

  Various palazzo with horizontal or vertical small prints are available out there

Idea-1 –  A small printed, multicolored palazzo with little loose, pale, round neck top with beaded necklace is cool for a beach wear

PALAZZO AND WAIST LINE

1.High waist line-

Designed to wear with a top.

2.Low waist line-

Suits best with a long kurti

PALAZZO AND LENGTH

1.Full length-

Most common variety

2. Ankle length-

Suit set with ankle length palazzo paired with Kolhapuri jutti or sandal is fashionable. Ankle length gives a modern taste to traditional outfit

3. Culottes-

These are knee or Calf length palazzo. You can put it together with white shoes or your favorite stiletto and flaunt your foot wear.

PALAZZO AND FLARES

1.Straight cut Palazzo-

These are parallel in shape without much flare

2.Flared/ Skirt like-

These are flared with wide bottom, it almost looks like a skirt.

Idea1- A white skirt like palazzo coupled with a solid kurti or top is fashionable.

3.Sharara pants-

These are the palazzos which is normal fit at the thigh and flares from knee down. This is a high fashioned crush for celebrities.

Idea1- White or Pastel coloured sharara pant with knee length straight cut kurti and a dupatta, all in monochrome, is voguish.

PALAZZO AND DESIGNS

1.Pleated –

These are made of blowy material with pleats. Put it together with a tank top or kurti.

2.Trouser style-

  This is otherwise called formal palazzo. It has buttons instead of elastic and is an ultimate office wear when coupled with a simple shirt. A blazer will further add sharpness to the attire.

3.Dhoti style-

This palazzo has U shaped flares that gives it a traditional touch. It always catch attention and you cannot take eyes off .

Idea1-  Twin it with a high neck jacket top or boat neck top, traditional jutti and a clutch. A long sheer jacket will further be more elegant.

Idea2- Wear it with a blouse of similar material and wrap a dupatta around your waist with belt to create a saree like look. Monochrome is the key.

4.Layered –

  These have two layers , outer layer have either side or front slit. Pair it up with a crop top and you are ready to go. A double layered palazzo has outer layer up to knee and inner layer is full length.

5.Slit-

6.Denim –

Denim is never out of trend. Pair it with a white top and is flawless.

7.Tiered-

These are more commonly available in white color. Goes well with printed kurtis.

Idea1-Dress it up with indigo printed kurti.

8.Tied-

It has a tie at one side. Put a top on it, and you are ready for the day.

9.Belted-

  It has a belt that defines the waist line and gives a slim appearance

10.Bordered –

  These give a traditional vibe. Dress it up with a traditional kurti.

11.Wrap-

It looks as if wrapped around wait. Looks dressy with top

12.Ruffled-

  Waist line appears more slim. This has a ultra modern and contemporary look with top.

PALAZZO AND WORK

1.Lace work-

Lace work palazzo is damn attractive 

2.Chicken kari-

White palazzo with chicken-kari at bottom is very elegant and traditional

Idea1- Dress it up with a black A line kurti and oxidized silver earrings.

3.Embroidered-

These are very traditional and colorful. Has a festive look.

 These are some of the sorted ideas on how to wear a palazzo pants. You can create your own chic look and set a trend. 

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