Although we are used to pantsuits in neutral tones, bright colours are also a great option to rock power dressing. Take for actress Kiara Advani here who made a striking appearance in this purple coloured pantsuit with puffed sleeves over the shoulders. She paired it with a pair of colourful Christian Louboutin heels and poker-straight hair.
Who said that pantsuits cannot be blingy? Sparkling in a sequined gold pantsuit by Elilhaam X Badgley Mischka that Nora Fatehi is wearing featured a plunging neckline with a waist belt and cropped pants. Choosing to shine in all gold and silver, she can be your inspiration to look like a glamorous boss-lady.
Wearing a fluorescent mint green pantsuit with a broad belt and cropped trousers with ivory-toned pumps, actress Sonam Kapoor’s power look is your go-to option for days when you want to switch to eye-popping colour palettes to elevate the whole power suit look.
Playing around with neutral tones is always fail-safe. Take cues from actress Yami Gautam wearing a warm brown pantsuit with black strappy heels. Even in the most minimal way, she accentuated the pantsuit with her nude makeup, making it a noteworthy style moment.
You can even make your brown pantsuits interesting with a waistcoat. Actress Kriti Sanon wore a waistcoat with a blazer and straight-fit trousers and accented it with a bun and heels, which gave her a crisp and polished look.
Hopping on to the power suit trend is actress Sanjana Sanghi in a bright purple pantsuit made of Assamese mulberry silk with embroidered ethnic motifs. This out-of-the-box pantsuit can take you from board meetings to evening parties with great ease.
Give your pantsuits a Gen-Z makeover. Actress Tara Sutaria shows you how: She paired a checked pantsuit with a white plain crop top and stiletto heels. This is how you look formal yet casual at the same time.
Designer Gauri Khan’s chic pantsuit might be in muted tones of grey and yellow but the matching wide belt made it a statement look. Printed pantsuits can make all the difference!