Jonita Gandhi is a well-known Bollywood actress who is admired around the world. She is a terrific singer as well as a fantastic style icon who adores doing fashion, cosmetics, and styling.

Your ethnic tops, whether they’re kurtas, Kurtis, kameez, or tunics, are only as good as the bottoms they’re paired with. We’re in the year 2020, and we’re no longer required to wear our favorite salwar suit sets exactly as we bought them. Experimenting with different forms, fabrics, and silhouettes is where the true fun is! If you want to take your ethnic fashion to the next level, here are 5 different types of bottoms to try:

1. Long A-line kurtas, anarkalis, and angrakhas look best with the classic churidar or form-fitted pants. For optimal style, keep the top and lower legs as close in length as possible.

2. Cigarette pants, a relatively new designer addition to the already large ethnic fashion arena, provide a contemporary smartness to your everyday traditional clothes. They’re often tapered pants with a cut-off above the ankle that go well with kurtas with shorter hemlines.

3. The most adored garment that no Indian woman has ever refused to wear. They’re wide-legged and airy, and they pair well with a variety of uppers. It’s the adaptability that makes us all fall in love with it even more!

4. Comfy leggings are the most fail-safe and dependable option of all, coming in a variety of fabrics, colors, and prints and being extremely durable. A decent pair of leggings might be your go-to attire if you want a simple, no-fuss look.

5. Lehengas or skirts paired with short kurtas and ethnic shirts are a really elegant combination that has been popular among Bollywood divas. For a balanced #OOTD, use one heavy piece rather than two (embellished skirt and a basic top or basic skirt and embellished top).