Front Slit Silhouettes

Front slits

Front slits along with side slits are one of the biggest trends to have graced the Indian ethnic fashion scene over the past few years. One can observe these trends everywhere right from the workplace to casual wear as well as more formal events such as weddings and parties too. Slit styles are one of the very few 90′s trends to make a comeback into the Indian ethnic fashion scene. This resurgence is not just limited to western fashion but also Indian ethnic fashion. If you feel you are a novice when it comes to slit styles, you might want to continue reading below to gain an idea of how they work and how you can incorporate them into your wardrobe too.

Kurtis with front slits

If you are looking to gain some celebrity style sophistication, then a kurti style featuring a front slit is the way to go for you. Combining a trendy kurti with a pair of solid colored leggings or pencil pants is a sure-fire way of looking incredibly voguish. On the other hand, kurtis with palazzo pants makes for a grander ethnic look.

Slit maxi dresses!

For those who are fans of maxi dresses, a decently designed maxi dress with a trendy slit will have you looking absolutely gorgeous. Armed with a straped shoulder bag and a nice pair of heels, this look makes for utter style sophistication.

Types of Slits

When it comes to the size of the slits, there are only two possible variations that you will see most commonly in an outfit,

Bottom Slit

This is the most popular of slit sizes. The cut starts from the bottom of the outfit irrespective of whether it is an abaya style anarkali suit, palazzo suits, an art silk churidar suit, an art silk kurti, tunics or even cotton churidar suits and most often ends just above the knee. Outfits featuring such a slit style, most often feature bright monotonous colors.

High Waist Slit

Perhaps the most trendy of the two varieties of slit styles, this variety is characterized by a cut that extends all the way up to the bust line. The panels of the long slit flow all the way down to the ankles, imparting a very traditional, anarkali suit sort of look to the outfit. Georgette fabrics are most often used for creating such outfits. Quite light by nature, these slits are best for those with a toned stomach to flaunt. The high waist slit style works best on long skirts, slash straight pants, embroidered straight pants, slash anarkali dress styles as well as other slash style clothes.

Buy Front slit silhouettes

After having read about the different types of front slits and getting to the different variations of how front slits are incorporated into Indian ethnic fashion, if you feel convinced about front slit styles and are looking to get your hands on a few sensational outfits, then you might want to consider doing so online, from a well-reputed online ethnic fashion website, which is known for having one of the best collections of slash dress online as well as anarkali suits online, all available at unbelievably affordable prices with daily discounts, offers, sales and more.