Guest Post: 8 EXCLUSIVE SALWAR KAMEEZ STYLES TO MATCH YOUR ETHNIC WARDROBE

Hey guys! Happy Monday and happy first ever Guest Post! I’m thrilled to share this one with you, it’s a departure from my usual content but I always enjoy looking at other types of fashion. I especially love both Number 7s on this list. Enjoy, and feel free to submit your own! 

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Undeniably, Indian women love to wear traditional apparel. Their love for the traditional salwar kameez or suits can never die. Not just in India, but in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal and Bangladesh, women prefer to wear salwar suits. 

In the recent decade, the trend for salwar kameez is definitely ruling the Indian fashion. From simple to designer, cheap to expensive, Salwar kameez has a great variety that you can’t resist to buy. When talking about the variety in salwar kameez, there are some gorgeous designs and styles available these days to match with your wardrobe collection. For example – straight cut style salwar suit with palazzo, Punjabi suit with Patiala salwar and many more. But the best part about them is the designing pattern, neck and sleeves design that makes it a bit modern and swanky in style for the young ladies to wear and flaunt.

To know more about the exclusive designs and styles available in salwar kameez, then scroll down and read the below mentioned entire blog.

  1. Anarkali Style Salwar Suit

Anarkali style suit is a classic and absolute traditional one, which is among the favourite styles of ethnic wear. The delicately and intricately designed Anarkali style salwar suit is an all-time favourite. The sheer elegance and sophistication of the Anarkali style salwar suit can never be matched with any other style. The best part is that it has that stunning flare from the bottom of the hemline.  Get a gorgeous Anarkali style salwar suit and team it up with statement jewelry! 

Anarkali Style Salwar Suit

 

  1. Bridal Style Salwar Suit

The bridal style salwar suit is a perfect traditional Punjabi attire, which is available in distinct embroidery and embellished work. The bridal style salwar suits are usually made from expensive fabric material like silk, satin and velvet. If you are going to bride super soon, then you must check out the red colour wedding salwar suit. From golden zari work to stunning embellishments, you can buy it in your favourite design and style to look super sassy.

Bridal Style Salwar Suit

 

 

  1. Short Kameez Style Salwar Suit

The short length of the comfortable salwar kameez is surely a fashionable and more recent piece of fashion. If you are one of those fashionista women, then you may be searching for a gorgeous and stunning short style salwar kameez. The short kameez style salwar suit is available in comfy and smooth cotton and chiffon fabric material.

Short Kameez Style Salwar Suit

  1. Knee-length Salwar Suit

Nowadays, the knee-length style salwar suit is quite popular among women’s fashion. From stylish prints to intricate embroidery work, you will get everything in store for your wardrobe collection this season. The prominent plus point is that you can get the knee length salwar suit either in cotton, polyester or silk fabric material. So, don’t just rely on the boring and conventional styles of salwar suits and get yourself updated this year in new patterns and designs. Knee-length Salwar Suit

 

  1. Pakistani Salwar Suit

These days the fashion designers of ethnic garbs are busy in designing the Pakistani style salwar suits. Undoubtedly, Pakistani style salwar suits are beautiful in design and patterns. The length of the kameez is quite longer than usual and can easily be teamed up with different varieties of bottom wear to rock the desi look. Pakistani Salwar Suit

 

  1. Embroidered Salwar Suit

What about the embroidered salwar suit? Do you prefer to wear the intricately designed and embroidered salwar suit? Well, then you must check out uniquely designed salwar kameez in heavy embroidery work on the neckline, sleeves cuffs and borders of the suit. If you perfectly choose the right salwar suit in embroidery work, then you will surely be going to make heads turn your way on every special occasion or festival. Embroidered Salwar Suit

 

  1. A-line style Salwar kameez

A-line style salwar kameez is one of these designs that can be worn anytime and anywhere without even thinking twice. The exclusive design and patterns of the A-line salwar kameez are truly irresistible for women. To not to leave your shopping baskets empty hand, you can explore the A-line style salwar kameez to buy an exceptional and exclusive salwar kameez for your wardrobe collection.A-line style Salwar kameez

  1. Salwar Suit with Dupatta

The last and final is a salwar suit with dupatta. Some women don’t feel like wearing the dupatta with the salwar suit. Maybe because they aren’t comfortable carrying and wearing it. There are some women who love to wear dupatta with salwar kameez as it’s the essence of ethnic salwar suits, isn’t it? From attractive designs to border work, dupatta will surely enhance the beauty of your ethnic salwar kameez this time if you plan to wear it. Salwar Suit with Dupatta

 

Hopefully, these ethnic style salwar suit will match with your wardrobe collection!

 

What’s New; New Arrivals at the Posh Peach Pre-Fall!

      Hey there, guys! Is this another Thursday where I’m on time? I think it is! For today’s post,  I journeyed to the far off land of Downtown Columbus to gather you guys some What’s New content for this up-coming Fall! The Posh Peach is known here at JnJ for bringing styles and aesthetics that I absolutely adore! This time when I wandered in was no different! I meandered around the store looking for anything that caught my eye, which if I’m being honest, was everything. 

     Since I’m a little rusty on this sort of content, I’m just going to jump right in. For the outfits, I stuck to the new arrivals instead of doing my usual and scavenging the clearance rack. The first outfit that I found and promptly came to love, was this one. Some white skinnies and this cute yellow shirt that said ‘Raise Good Humans’– that’s a sentiment I can totally get behind! However, I could not for the life of me, find the shirt on their site. It may be already on clearance, since I waited a little bit to make this post. Bummer! Though I did find a cached version of the page that appears to show the shirt!

   My second outfit, because I was too lazy to take the pants off for this one, is a subtle callback to the simpler times of the early to mid-2000s, where you could wear skirts and dresses over your pants, and only get judged a little. Ashley Tisdale was queen of that aesthetic, and I channeled just a little bit by pairing this dress with these pants. It looked better in my head, and truthfully would be miles better with a braided leather belt. I’m thinking boho chic? But hey, it has pockets!  

       This next outfit was on the opposite side of the spectrum, color-wise. The pants I couldn’t find on the site, of course, as is my custom. I will say that though I can’t locate them now, they are in my heart. These were the most comfortable skinnies I’ve ever put on my legs. I loved them. They had plenty of give and stretch, they were breathable and didn’t feel overly hot. I liked the tank as well with these, I think it paired perfectly and would great with some chunky wooden beads. If this particular outfit is still on sale when I get my paycheck, I would like to go back for it.

        Next up, is this light T-shirt dress. It was a soft and forgiving fabric that felt cool to the touch. Perfect for the warmer days of fall, as I don’t think it would be appropriate to sweat in it for the summer. It was a little ruched on the side, which I don’t generally like but it didn’t detract from the cuteness of the dress. It’s slightly olive colored, so it would be great with some off-white or soft tan tights. Maybe some wedges. Actually, scratch my summer comment, it could be a nice bathing suit cover-up if you really want to get some use out of it before the summer ends, which I don’t blame you!

 

     Anyone like animal print? That’s back in, right? I don’t know much about trends as of late, which is ironic given the post you’re reading. I have seen animal print more and more on my Instagram feed. This actually was the first thing where I was able to find both pieces in question! The skirt itself, was a little like silk? It was a tightly woven fabric, that I can’t place. Evidently, I’m a little tall for this skirt, but that’s okay! I do like the ankle look, because it pairs great with my favorite brown suede boots. This is ordinarily not my style, but I do like the way the shirt brings it together aesthetically. As with most of their shirts, this one is very lightweight and soft. It’s super comfy and is emblazoned with the words ‘Easy Tiger’.

 

    We’re to the last one! And, of course, I had to try a romper on my trip to my favorite boutique! You guys know me by now, I love rompers! This one… oh my gosh. It’s gorgeous. Lacy. Zips on the side. It’s perfect. It would so cute with a white triangle shawl, and some pearl earrings, maybe some strappy black or sandles… maybe some flats. I love this romper. It was insanely comfortable! This sort of romper would be great for summer, fall and eventually spring, if you warm it up a little with some tights. 

 

    What a perfect note to end this post on, I linked all of the stuff I could find so you can check it out and maybe order it for yourself, if you want to make me cry. As usual, I highly recommend you check them out and give them some love! I’m sure you’ll love them just as much as I do!

Five Fashionable Years With The Posh Peach

Hey there guys! Over the weekend, the Posh Peach, my favorite local store here in Columbus, celebrated their Fifth anniversary here in town! I, of course, had to attend! They had the event beginning once they opened. They were going to hand out goodie bags to the first 25 to walk in. You know I was going to be among the first 25. Not only did I get a goodie bag, but I made friends!

I got there at 8:30, an hour and a half from opening, and there were already 7 people outside. They had been there since 4:30 at the earliest. Talk about dedication! I was almost going to show up at 9:30, and I’m glad I didn’t stick to my original plan because by 9:30, there were more than 25 people out there. They weren’t playing with that free stuff.

Now, I was planning to get some What’s New content today, but when I tell you those lines were loooong, they were long. The best I was able to do was snag my goodie bag, exchange contact info and snap some photos of some of the new things I saw. First off, I’m going to be narcissisitic for a moment and show the picture I had taken of me in front of the Fiesta themed backdrop, because it was the first thing I went to. Last year, I was too insecure to get my picture taken and I’m kind of thrilled that I was able to actually do it this year. 

 

Now, moving on from that segue, my goodie bag, at first was completely useless to me. I had a scrunchie and some of those no tear hair ties, that look like those stretchy bracelets that used to go on keyrings, plus a 5 dollar Posh Peach gift card and evidently a pair of earrings, that I didn’t see at first. I traded both of the useless items for earrings and a bracelet from my newfound friends. Much better!

     There was also the customary snacks, cookies and macarons. The cookies, I found honestly lackluster this year. They weren’t very sweet, like a cookie is supposed to be. But that’s absolutely no reflection on the Posh Peach, because I love them. I will say that the cookies were so cute. It’s a shame they didn’s taste as good as they looked.

There was also the cutest little mini pinata on the table. 

    Now I can’t really say too much about the new releases at the Posh Peach. Y’know, since I wasn’t able to do my What’s New content. So, I’ll leave a little gallery below!

Tutorial Tuesday; Pride Inspired the B in LGBTQ

Hey, guys! you’re witnessing the birth of a new (possible) day of content! That I conveniently posted on the wrong day…  I want to get myself more comfortable with doing tutorials and makeup related things, since I’ve been getting evidently really, really into it. I’ve been coming up with looks left and right and this is one of my favorites. At the time of writing, I’ve worn this one 3 times this week when ordinarily I do whole new looks for my ‘me’ looks that don’t tie in with challenges. I almost never revisit looks. So, that’s a miracle and calls for a tutorial.

This one very well may be basic, I did just learn that I can literally use my face as a pallet and mix shadow colors on my face. I don’t know how I forgot color theory, but I did. It was a game changer! I was dipping in to every color, where now I need every other color. I feel so bad that I had no idea!

For this tutorial, I used the James Charles x Morphe Pallette, Mac Paint Pot in Soft Ochre, Too Faced 3 in 1 spray, Eyelure Accents, and BH Cosmetic Brushes. 

Onward to the Tutorial!

 

In that last picture please excuse my weird blotchy cheek! I was playing with yellow blush for my Pikachu look for my Starter Pokemon Challenge… Guess I didn’t wash it off. It’s okay, though! I don’t think it’s too noticable, but just enough to apologize for.

I know to people who do makeup all the time, this look is so, so basic, but I was really proud of it and I hope you like it too. This might be an ongoing thing, or maybe just when I’m proud- who knows? I wanted to have fun, and share it with you! Also, go check out Skokey Glow on youtube, she was the inspiration for this naming!

What’s New; Let’s Go Down to the Thicket

Hey guys! This last weekend didn’t go quite as I had planned, but it’s okay, because I still got some content for you! I had planned to attend an opening a couple hours away, but due to the continuing joblessness, we opted to stay close to home. I gathered a little content over the weekend, first up is the Lizard Thicket, where they graciously hosted me and allowed me to try on some of the newest ensembles in their inventory.