With all the major Indian festivals almost over now, one would think that the Indians are done with their festivals for the year. Technically, it might be true, but what about the great Indian festive spirit? Does it need yet another Holi or Diwali to get a kick start? Well, truth be told, nothing can hamper that Indian festive spirit and to help continue that happy feeling, we are yet again approaching one of our festivals quite soon: Makar-Sankranti or Uttarayan! The first harvest festival of the year is almost a pan-India festival. It takes up various names like Pongal and Lohri, depending on the region it is celebrated in. Believed to be a time for peace and prosperity, this festival is also a time to which Indian women look forward to. Why? Because who doesn’t love yet another reason to get all out and about with one’s style and get dolled up? Well, to help our Indian fashionistas to figure out the best style for them, we are here today with our tips about what to wear this Sankranti. So let us get started without wasting any time!

Chanderi Kurti

Thinking of a way to create that chic yet royal look for this Sankranti? Worry not. Chanderi Silk kurtas and Kurtis are the answers to all your style dilemmas! Pair a Chanderi silk Kurti with a pair of complimenting bottom-wear and complete the look with heavy earrings and matching footwear. For a more bold look, one can try pairing their Chanderi Kurti with skirts that have thigh-high slits and long boots. Who knows, you might fall in love with the experimental look!

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Jacket Kurtis

Still wondering how to handle the slight chill in the air during the Sankranti, without compromising your style? Well, have you tried our jacket-Kurtis? The best way to beat off the slight chill during this mid-January festival is by dawning upon a beautiful jacket-Kurti. Pre-matched and available in a hundred different styles, this Kurti can either be paired with your favorite bottom-wear or can be worn stand alone! Match it up with complementary jewelry and accessories like belts and bags. To find a huge collection of pretty jacket-Kurtis, visit us at Curious Hanger

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Ethnic dress

No matter whether the event is formal, relaxed, traditional or modern, a dress can always be worn and styled accordingly! So for this year’s Makar-Sankranti, one can try wearing a beautiful dress with ethnic motifs and prints. A long, tiered Kurti can be your ideal match if you’re looking for something feminine and traditional. Pair it up with matching footwear and go for your choice of make-up and accessories. 

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Indo western suit set

Can we as Indian women praise the twist of mixing traditional Kurtis with western styles any more than we already do? Let us try anyway! Indo-western suit-sets with beautiful Kurtis in ethnic prints and bottom-wears like straight-cut pants or tulip pants have been selling like hot-cakes in the Indian fashion space. All you need to do to look amazing in this style is to choose your favorite set, quirk it up with some jewelry and makeup and seal the game with your favorite footwear. Voila! You are ready to go and steal everyone’s positive attention! To get a huge collection of Indo-western suit-sets, visit us at Curious Hanger

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Black

Our last tip is possibly our most ‘deep-rooted in tradition’ tip. For all our fashion enthusiasts who want to move forward in the fashion world with customs and fashion hand-in-hand, black is the color that you’d want to wear on Sankranti. For women, zari-work on a black outfit would be like a cherry on the top of a traditional cake! Apart from the obvious cultural beliefs, black will also help your clothes to absorb more sunlight and make up warmer. So it’s a winning situation anyway! 

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With our tips and tricks in place, we hope to see you smiling and in our online store Curious Hanger, shopping for your Sankranti, Lohri, Pongal and everything you call this festival by. And until then, keep smiling, stay healthy and stay safe!