Three different ways to style Camel Print Palazzo pants
Though I am a great shopaholic, I always try to invest in outfits that can be worn time and again. Also rather than investing in a new outfit I prefer reinventing a new look for the same dress, which is why I am back with another Outfit Restyle post! Some outfits are such that you can find so many different ways to style a single outfit, One such is my favorite pair of palazzos. These are Camel printed ethnic flare pants in cotton, which I got from one of my visits to Gujarat. They are so versatile that I wear them for both Indian ethnic as well as Western or Casual look. I will restyle this outfit in three different ways and show you guys how you can easily transform a traditional wear to Western look or vice-versa.
Look 1 – Gypsy Punk
Punk look is one of the pioneer looks for people who love to wear old clothes and earlier fashion, mostly because its all about having an unorganized look but in a style. So you can always pair up your Indie garments with a modern take. Be it pairing your kurta with ripped denims or palazzo with crop top or brassiere. Add on some layering and funky tribal accessories and you are ready to rock your Gypsy girl look!
Here I have paired up the ethnic palazzo with one of my Crop tops and added a german silver tribal necklace to the look. I have put on a bright red bindi and lipstick to give an edge to this outfit restyle look! To maintain the desired unkemptness of the Punk look, I have worn Denim sneakers with this outfit which is both cute and comfortable! (cringe-worthy for some though!)
Look 2- Indian Traditional
This one is the most simplest and most go-to look for me! Pairing up my ethnic palazzo with a kurta and a beautiful embroidered duppata to complete a traditional Indian look.
Since the duppata is a Rajasthani kutchi embroidered duppata, I have aimed for a Banjaran or Rabari look with my make-up and accessories. The rabari style stone neck-piece and a choker necklace that looks like a neck-tattoo, dark lips and messy hair-do.
You can do away with the duppata if you aim for an Indo-western look. I would suggest wearing a Collared Plain Kurta with such ethnic print Palazzo. For the eye makeup I have done a thick winged liner and a lot of mascara.
Look 3- Western Casual
Here is an out and out Western look curated from the ethnic print palazzo using a funky t-shirt and some over-sized glasses. I have kept my makeup simple with just a pop of pink on my lips.
Since this was on one my Beach holidays, I have used a pair of pink flip-flops with this look.
This completes my three different looks of Fashion Outfit Restyle Post. I am coming up with many exciting ways to style a single garment in coming days. Do not forget to stop by if you are one of those who like to experiment with your looks!