Palazzo suits - or pants styled bottoms Indian suits are a commonly spotted silhouette these days. From their beginnings as Pakistani suits to modern day, fancier versions, these uber chic palazzo sets are a preference of every age group and lifestyle. Not only are these stylish and smart, they also are comfortable and easy to wear for long days.

These flared bottoms come are available in a number of variations. A regular palazzo suit has a loose but straight-cut bottom. A bell-bottom has a wider hemline while a sharara bottom is fitted upto the knee and then flares up wide. These plazo bottoms can be plain, printed, embroidered or even layered and ruffled. They are usually paired with a short kurta to form a traditional palazzo suit ensemble, however with the trend of fusion wear catching up these days plazo bottoms are also worn with crop tops, poncho and jacket layers and even with western style blouses and shirts.

With so many variations of salwar suits like churidar suits, trouser suits, Patiala suits and indo-western lehenga suits that are so readily available in the market, palazzo suits definitely have an edge over the other variants thus making them one of the most sought after ethnic wear silhouettes. Here are some reasons as to why these flared garments ought to be in your stylish ethnic wardrobe-

  1. You can wear them anytime, anywhere!

A palazzo suit is indeed a versatile garment which can be carried off for office meetings, shopping trips, kitty parties and even for grand celebrations like weddings. For your day-to-day chores, you can pick up a cotton suit with flared bottoms while for a wedding ceremony a silk or georgette sharara suit detailed with dazzling baubles will make a great pick.

  1. The comfort advantage

Whether you’re out on a scorching summery afternoon or in a house party, plazos allow you to feel at ease with their easy breezy dimensions. As compared to tight churidar suits and Patiala suits that have elaborately pleated bottoms, a palazzo suit is a smart balance of comfort and style.

  1. Perfect for all figure types

Flared bottoms tend to even out the imperfections of a heavy lower body. On the other hand they tend to have a partly ballooning effect for skinny ladies. So no matter what your figure type is, a palazzo suit is definitely meant for you!

  1. It’s the ‘in’ thing

Palazzo suits were extremely popular in India during the 1970s and 1980s. As this trend has been recycled, older women have been particularly hooked to it while the youngsters have embraced it as an option for contemporary ethnic wear. As this trend has been witnessing increasing patronage with time, it suggests that palazzo suits are here to rule the ethnic fashion world for at least a couple of more seasons. As a fashion savvy lady you would prefer to have the latest stuff in your closet and that’s enough reason to splurge on some amazing palazzo suits! You can also get them online at good prices.

  1. The game of mix and match

While a churidar, salwar or a trouser bottom can only be worn with a medium to long length kurta, a palazzo bottom can be paired with a crop top, peplum or kedia style blouses and other types of tops as well as layered with shrugs, jackets and ponchos. So with one palazzo suit, you can create many looks and keep surprising your friends with a new wardrobe each time!

Author's Bio: 

Ritu is a creative and marketing communications specialist, a devout reader and a passionate writer, who successfully manages an operations role with the popular ecommerce business Ritu is a trained textiles and weaves’ connoisseur and an expert in Palazzo suits. Currently, Ritu is closely observing and studying the Indian ethnic wear fashion and design segment, as she goes about creating stimulating written and graphic content.