No matter how many trends come and go, a salwar kameez or suit will always have a place in the modern Indian woman’s wardrobe. Therefore, it’s important to choose suits that will delight you for years to come. And such evergreen pieces don’t have to be heavy on the pocket either. Here are five versatile suits under 500 rupees that’s totally worth buying:
1. Soch Yellow and Pink Embroidered Chanderi Suit
Look like a springtime nymph in this gorgeous yellow and pink number. Floral zari and thread embroidery cover the front torso and it’s complemented by the boldly embroidered chiffon dupatta.
Accessorize with gold strappy sandals, chandelier earrings, and a minaudiere.
2.Soch Yellow Embroidered Chanderi Salwar
Channel elegance in this pastel yellow Chanderi Anarkali salwar suit. The soothing shade is balanced by the copper zari buttis while the delicate sleeveless design is complemented by a mandarin collar, potli buttons, and a net dupatta.
Accessorize with dangler earrings, heels, and copper color clutch.
3.Soch Green Solid Chanderi Salwar
A soft seafoam Chanderi salwar suit looks anything but simple, thanks to the repeat floral zari motifs and the broad band of zari and sequin-work at the hemline.
Accessorise with pearlescent pumps, bangles, and earrings.
4.Soch Peach and Gold Georgette Suit
Reminiscent of Kashmiri phirans, this peach, and gold georgette suit sports floral zari and thread embroidery with stonework.
Accessorize with gold-toned heels, hoops and a beaded soft clutch bag.
5.Soch Sea Green and Light Gold Embroidered Georgette Kurti Suit
Make a statement effortlessly in this soft turquoise blue layered kurta and palazzo set. Don’t let the simplicity deceive you – the yoke exhibits subtle embroidery and embellishments.
Wear with strappy silver heels, silver hoops, and bangles.
The beauty of the selection above lies in the fact that they can be worn on multiple festive occasions through the years. If you’re looking for more elegant pieces to add to your collection, check out more kurti suits and salwar kameezes from Soch’s extensive selection.