When was the last time you that you had given your western uniform of the jeans and t-shirt a miss ,for that old Salwar Kameez that your aunt had gifted to you on your last birthday; that beautiful chiffon anarkali salwar with intricate zari and kundan work, which has been gathering dust since then? It is time that you hung your old cape, and tried that ethnic look once more, since designer salwaar kameez and dupatta are back in fashion, with a whole range of textures, fabrics, cuts and drapes under the belt.Trendy tops come in a tantalising array of colours, cuts, patterns and sizes with plain regional motifs to highly embellished embroideries and intricate patterning of thread work and can be teamed up with anything between a pair of plain jeans and capris, skirts to voluminous ghagras and lehengas.
Accessorize it with colourful stoles and chunky ethnic jewellery and maybe a pair of old-school mojrijooti, or the Trendy Tops Oshochappals and you would undoubtedly become the envied and revered epitome of this season’s fashion statement. In addition, the sobering fact is that these tops can be worn all year round and in all occasions, be it your annual college festival or a wedding ceremony. Trendy tops and salwars form those two quintessential items, without which a modern girl’s closet is incomplete.