What to Wear for Indian Party? - Glamourental

What to Wear for Indian Party?

Stylish Indian Party Wear Ideas

Indian party attire consists of colorful and beautiful designs. Intricate designs are appreciated by partygoers all over the world; this is evident in celebrity celebrations, red carpet events, and maybe even parties in your own home. Today, Indian women's clothing for parties is evolved to include modern cuts and designs, ensuring that the inherent beauty and ethnic appeal remains intact.

The definition of a ‘perfect look’ varies for every woman. It is up to you and your personal fashion sense to dress up for parties with your own flare. For example, some may opt for a glamorous look whereas others may love a subtle yet elegant style. You can go for fancier Indian dresses for weddings which are full of intricate works. Similarly, for weekend parties, simple styles are generally preferable. So, who doesn’t want to look stylish in both simple and fancy attire? We have solutions for all.


These are few Stylish parties wears ideas:

1) Elegant sarees


This is a type of graceful Indian attire with timeless glamour. It has been a style statement for women for a long time. Indian Saree is one of the most traditional wear in Indian history that beautifully adorns every woman and is perfect for every single occasion.

Another benefit of a saree is that it looks perfect on an adolescent girl or for that matter a middle-aged woman who wishes to look gorgeous and beautiful, and we at ‘Glamourental’ have perfectly understood the fashion taste of Indian woman and brought for you a classic collection of bridal sarees, printed sarees in silk, embroidered sarees and much more.


This is one of the easiest options available that can be worn to create a traditional yet sophisticated look.

Various style of Saree wraping

Various blouse designs can try with this outfit for enhancing the stylish look such as cape sleeves, sleeveless, backless, spaghetti sleeves, and collar neck designs, or deep neck. Experiment with any other style with new patterns for creating a trendy look.

2) Salwar suits

These are one of the most comfortable and popular outfits which are perfect for informal gatherings such as evening parties, cocktail parties, or Mehendi ceremonies. The design, color, and type of patterns can be chosen to suit the mood of the ceremony. For example, if you are attending a glamourous event, then Anarkali suits are the best which have in-vogue silhouettes.


 If you want to put on a  simple look at the parties, go for straight cut salwar with subtle embroidery works and embellishments.

salwar suit



Along with this attire, wear some Blue Small Stone Choker With Earrings.

3) Elegant Lehenga Choli

White Chinkakari Lehenga Choli

This forms one of the most luxurious party wears for women. This word was originally found during Mughal's time. The Indian lehenga cholis are worn during the most auspicious occasions like weddings, party or any other festival.

The modern variants of such outfits have a strong fashion appeal with its dazzling embellishments.

For Indian weddings, those with beadwork, stones, sequins, and zari work, look amazing. These are the perfect attires for enhancing the curves. It has the dupattas with intricate work that add an element of modesty to your look.

3) Indo Western Party Wear

Since international fashionistas also love Indian wear, they have introduced a touch of western attires in the Indian outfits.

Croptop & Dhoti

 These grand outfits are a perfect blend of modernity with traditional techniques. For example, the Indian party wear gowns look great in evening soirees. You can also wear one such at your wedding if you love Indo-western wear.

Crop top- Skirt

4) Mughal Sharara/ Gharara


A Gharara is a traditional Lucknowi outfit, traditionally worn by Muslim women of the Indian subcontinent, notably Hindi Belt of modern-day India. It consists of a kurta, dupatta, and mainly with wide-leg pants, (sharara) or (Gharara). With the modern era, it has changed some styles and has acquired a  modern name sharara.