Couple of years back, it was the rule of pants and Kurtis. Practically every lady, be it a school goers or homemaker, was seen in a couple of straight cut or boot cut pants with a beautiful Indian Kurti. The photo has changed, however just a bit. The match of pants has been supplanted by what is known as stockings.
The pattern of stockings is certainly not another one. Everything began route back in the 70s when they were called tights or slacks. Be that as it may, in those days the stockings or tights were matched with shorter tops, for the most part pullover tops. Presently, the present fury is to match stockings with energetic and ethnic designer kurtis. Tights are very essential in Western design also however those stockings are generally printed ones. With regards to Indian mold, the stockings are normally selected in plain strong hues, for example, dark, chestnut, naval force blue, maroon or in milder neutrals, for example, white, beige, dim, and so forth. Stockings are the popular and more tightly substitute for the Indian Churidar. While the Churidar is made of an assortment of textures, for example, cotton, georgette, crepe or silk relying on the whole group, tights are essentially made of cotton-lycra mix or nylon-lycra mix. Stockings worn with Western outfits are frequently knee-length or lower leg length while the tights intended to be combined with Indian Kurtis regularly stretch out past the lower leg long in order to give it Churidar look by framing assembles around the lower leg area.
They are matched with long punjabi suits in eye-getting hues. Stockings combined with short Kurtis are very unflattering and consequently, most ladies don’t settle on short Kurtis when wearing tights. Since stockings are skin-tight, they are regularly matched with flared long Kurtis as opposed to tight-fitting long Kurtis. Flared Designer Kurtis or smashed Designer Kurtis with differentiation stockings for sure renders a chic look.