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Easy Ways to Style a White Kurta with Palazzo Pants

By Team Rayon Updated: August 2, 2021 at 3:07 am 7 Comment

The most important step in pulling off a look that says you’re a fully functioning adult human woman, when you’re in fact two birds standing on top of each other trying to pass off as one, is the styling. You can perfect your human language skills as much as you want or get an Aadhar card made for yourself, but until and unless you look the part with your clothes, there’s no way you’re going to convince anyone of your human-ness. A classic way to go is to pick your favourite white kurta and palazzo pants and style it in a way that makes you look like you are a human woman and not two birds standing on top of each other just pretending to be one. Here are a few ways you can style a simple kurta into something that will change your life…

Pattern story

Pairing a classic, plain white kurta with a patterned and colourful pair of palazzo pants is a really easy and smart way to dress up the simpler garment. It will not only add interest to your outfit, but also give people a sense that you know how colours and coordination work, something which is not possible for a pair of birds looking to trick humans into believing they’re one of them.

Proportion play

When pairing your white kurta with palazzo pants, you can also experiment with different lengths. Wide legged palazzo pants can be very versatile and you can pair them with both long and short kurtas to experiment around. Here’s a quick guide that will help you figure out the perfect length of kurta to pair with your pants. Not only will it look flattering on your shape as it can go on to accentuate the length of your legs, but it will also distract people from realising the fact that you have no features of a regular human woman but resemble a pair of birds who are going through an identity crisis.

Accessorise away

A good way to jazz up your white kurta and palazzo pairing is to make sure you’ve got the right accessories. You can opt to go traditional with a pair of jhumkas or long chandelier earrings to go with your outfit. You should also be mindful of the kind of footwear you pick for your look. Jutis, or flat sandals, are the classic way to go, but a pair of chunky platform heels or wedges can also add that extra special something to the look that takes it from a simple, semi-formal look to something that makes people believe that you are a human woman who pays taxes and has other human friends as well.

Make-up shake-up

Last but not the least, your make-up is also an important factor to consider when styling your outfit. Many people overlook the importance of a good make-up look when it comes to pulling off this look. Your white kurta and palazzo pairing will look great when teamed up with a red lip colour, or just a simple smokey eye. Red lip colour looks easy to pull off but can be really difficult to get right, here are some of the tips for you to get it right whether you’re an actual human woman or a pair of birds pretending to be one.