Delhi is a city of fusion. This is where the history and the modern live in harmony. The interesting amalgamation of the old and the new brings out a fresh culture altogether. The “Dilli wala” culture…where formal meets fashion and street meets style….Here “style” is effortlessly infused in their everyday lifestyle. Don’t believe us? Check out the styles picked straight from the streets of Delhi.
The Office Kurta
A long kurta with elbow – length sleeve is sober and smart. Pastel shades are preferred to emphasize on the “formal” dressing. But these kurtas have non conventional patterns, works and designs.
The trend of printed legging has undergone a lot of drafting process. After which, now it seems that the dilli walas have finally mastered the look. They look peppy. They are worn with plain tops to balance the look.
Plain Color Pop
Wearing color from top to bottom without looking too over the board is an art that only Delhi girls can carry off.
That Desi Kurti-Dress
Kurti dresses are much loved by the Delhi girls. This looks absolutely refreshing and beautiful. A dress in desi style….what better could they’ve asked for?
Delhiites know how to do it the ‘delhi – way‘…mixing modern and traditional come easy to them. They often fuse marwari printed skirts with ganji and big earrings of traditional designs. They strike a perfect balance between the two styles.
Plazos are in demand these days. Women are pairing plazos not just with kurtas, they are also seen boldly carrying it with crop tops. Printed plazos look very retro and youthful.
The Ripped Jean
Though the ripped-jean-culture is viral round the globe but Delhi is absorbing it in a subtle manner. You will find ‘ripped legged’ people on the streets, in metros, and campus zones but the style hardly looks borrowed.
Shorts are the new jeans for Delhi. Gone are the days when a single denim short turned many heads. Now it’s a common and widely loved casual wear for a lot of chicks. Such a relief in the Delhi summer!
Dress For No Reason
In a city like Delhi, you don’t need a special reason to get dressed. From the most expensive one piece to the one picked from the Janpath lane, none deserves to be kept locked in the closet. Here, girls wear dresses to movies, casual dinner dates, college, shopping, catching up friends and even to offices that have a casual – formal environment.