Prefer Salwar Suit only? 11 Stylish office Looks for you

Have you ever wondered why working women prefer salwar suit to work or why salwar suit are appropriate to work wear? Salwar suits effortlessly bring a professional and demure look which is what every work environment demand of.


Undoubtedly after pantsuit, it is salwar suit that rules the office boardroom and every working woman personally loves her comfortable salwar suit. Apart from the modest look, the best part about salwar suit is that you can style them in a plethora of ways. So break the monotonous look at your work and make your attire exciting with our 11 stylish ways to wear salwar suit at work.


1. Play Contrast Pastel


Pastel shades are totally in trend and if you don’t want a boring look, then match two contrasting pastel shades salwar suit and look super trendy. Style your pastel pink kurti with light green churidar and this look will beat the Monday blues.


2. Try Anarkali with Salwar


Want to look super comfortable in your attire? Then team your black Anarkali with salwar or Patiala and bring a creative look. Wrap the dupatta around your neck, wear juti and you will look like an ethnic diva.


3. Ditch Dupatta


We know how disturbing the dupatta can get at work, so why not ditch it? But to look work appropriate, we suggest you wear Chinese collar neck kurti with Patiala or Punjabi salwar. This look will exude modest and feminine look. Accessorize with traditional jhumka and wear strappy sandals to complete the look.


4. Flaunt with Scarf


For the chilly winters, we recommend styling your dupatta as an infinity scarf. This will keep you toasty warm as well as break the regular look and give a super chic look. Wear kurti with palazzo pants and you are meant to bring an aura of elegance.

5. Stole Lovers


The centralized air conditioners at your workplace can sometimes be unbearable and for those times you can rock your salwar suit by wrapping the stole or dupatta around your neck. It is definitely a professional look and would be great with kurti and leggings.

6. A-line fashion


Do you want to hide your belly in salwar suit? Then doll yourself in a stylish A-line kurti which would flaunt your assets and hide the flaws. A-line with leggings, straight fit pants are an ideal choice to work place.

7. Kurta with Pant for Summer look


Bored with kurti and leggings combo? Then why not bring a refreshing look by wearing kurti with pants? It is perfect for the humid weather and it easily brings a formal look. Elevate the look with pumps, flats and you are good to go.

8. Get Western look with Jeans


Do you love your kurti so much that you would even wear it on casual Fridays? Great, team your favorite quarter sleeve kurti with blue or black denim and you are good to go. This is a perfect after work hours look too.

9. Try trendy high low with Trouser


Did you just buy the queenly looking high-low kurti? Then do try them to your work, but instead of matching it with leggings, why not wear it with trousers and menswear-inspired loafers? You will look totally professional and elegant at your work.

10. Try Dhoti Salwar with Matching Kurti & Dupatta 


Contrasting Indian wear rules the working environment, so why not bring back the old school matching set look? It is a work approved look and is definitely worth trying. Let your hair into a sleek ponytail, wear flat sandals and rule your workplace fashionably.

11. Rolled up sleeve Kurta With Straight Fit Pants


Embrace a desi boss like look by wearing a coral shade rolled up sleeve, collar neck kurta and team it with straight fit pants. This is the desi version of the blouse and pant and we bet you will look stunning at your workplace.

We are sure you have now got unique ways to style your work wear salwar suit. If these looks are inspiring then shop with us and look fashionable.

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Jessika Perkins

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