The pantsuits today are fashionable beyond belief. No plain boring suits in the same old dark blue, black, brown and greys make the cut anymore. With bright colours, bold prints, and unique silhouettes - you name it and there's a pantsuit that fits the brief. Rubina Dilaik in her wine coloured brocade pantsuit she is the frontrunner of snazzy festive pantsuits for the season. Rubina Dilaik questions the concept of festive dressing phenomenally with her pantsuit that traditional at its very core but so very modern in its essence. Lately we've seen desi touches with the quintessential pantsuit but thanks to Rubina Dilaik, we'll take this version too. She ditches the shirt for a cleavage-baring look that sets the canvas for her choker necklace. The additional traditional touch with her choker is always welcome. She doesn't go over and beyond with her jewellery because frankly she doesn't even need to. She keeps her hair parted the side with her mermaid waves and minimal makeup with fluttery lashes completes her makeup. Now that's a boss move we're totally inspired by.
Silk sarees exude charm of a different kind. Now add that to pantsuits straight cuts and lines. You've obviously got yourself a well-structured outfit ready to parade wherever you go. And this style didn't just catch Rubina Dilaik's attention but Shweta Tiwari's as well. She picked a bright brocade pantsuit and paired a golden blouse under it and we are sure that festive fashion has a totally new name and face to it.
Pantsuits with a traditional touch are only very recently being discovered. Perhaps it is never too late, right? Keerthy Suresh recently showed us how her pastel pantsuit doesn't look like your usual suspect with just the right traditional jewellery to go with it. Thanks to the beauties, we'll happily hop on this trend.