Five Festive Outfits to try this Festive Season| Dress up with TSC 

Now that the festive season has kicked in everyone wants to look their fashionable best. The time of the year when you don’t need an excuse to dress up 😉


So TSC is here to do a trend check on What’s trending in Indian Wear with Ginni Wadhwa Couture!

Here are Five Outfits to keep your Trend game on point this Festive season:


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The Cold Shoulder Kurtas/ Maxi

The cold shoulder trend is topping the charts in all the fashion weeks and all the retail outlets as well as online stores are flooded with this style. So get your trend game on point especially with the cold shoulder style.



Jacketed Outfits

Jacket are quite an evergreen chic trend, what alters with the years is the length and style! Right now long jackets are the trendsetters along with structured jackets.


Palazzo pants

Palazzo pants have been doing the round for a while but right now let’s focus on Really flared palazzo pants (which almost look like a skirt). These flared pants look best this season with long kurtas.


Skirts and Long Kurtas

Just like the palazzo pants the actual skirt look with a jacket or long kurtas are making headlines as well. These look extremely dressy and can also be mixed and matched with colours and prints or can be left classic with the same jacket and same skirt.


Slit Kurtas

The slit trend has been around for almost two years now and its presence is yet very strong. From side slits to centre slits and double slits, you can up the amp of your outfit with just a slit.



Another huge trend that I have personally work a lot of late is the Dhoti Pants. Now another version similar to the dhoti are the Tulip Pants (yes, you heard it on TSC first). Dhoti pants can always be played up in a contemporary way and also in an ethnic way. You are bound to make a fashion statement whenever in dhoti pants or tulip pants.

All these outfits have been designed by Ginni Wadhwa (she is The only designer I blindly trust in Pune) She is so up to date with all the trends that she gives me a run for my money *phew* You can check out her work or even fix yourself up an appointment! Here is a link to her Facebook Page- Ginni Wadhwa Couture

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