During every knock off wedding season or festive spree, ladies never forget to pull down all their ethnic gambles. But then ‘tick-tock’ shackles them down. At such a moment, opting an ideal ethnic outfit is not like a snap-just!
Here, we are offering you a wide glance of true ethnic wear which you can just pop on with matching accessories. Steal the show girl…
Ethnic Fever : Cigarette Pants + Long Jacket
It’s an ever-green mantra to flip n flop your fashion quotes to stop it from fading out.
Now-a-days cigarette pants (trouser salwar and suit) are up in beat and are a fresh catch to fashion-code busters. Due to their simplistic straight cut, they are much more comfortable and veil you an elegant look.Embellished cigarette pants with long over jacket will renew your total appeal.Just carry a golden clutch to preserve oodles of compliments.
Oops! Heavy Skirt + Crop Top
All you need to do is to be “zarra hatke”.
Try this most following set of heavy ethnic skirts and crop tops (blouses) to get that unparalleled venture. You can also pick your ethnic lehengas and then simply ditch dupattas.Leave your neckline naked and wear a bold traditional ring.
Vintage! Churidar + Floor Length Kurta
Although most used, Churidar style Salwar Suits will never fade out of our mind. Let’s give them a divine touch.
Embroidered floor length kurti with churidars (or trousers) will offer you a heightened look. Club them with gladiator platform heels and fabricated clutch.
Crush Me Red : Lehenga Choli
It’s not about the same lehenga choli that your maasi wore in her wedding, we are talking about twists girl…
Sharara lehenga cholis are a great punch in this way on. With heavy embroidery and silky silhouettes, one can try traditional jacket style with lehengas. Fix your dupatta in a stupendous fashion and magnetize curious glances.
Half N Half Saree : Your Fall!
This season be the style icon with simple ‘nakhre’ and that Oomph!
Steal the look of International mermaid – Priyanka Chopra. You can pick out the look of the desi girl, which is designed by famed fashion designer Sabyasachi. Her half and half Bollywood designer saree will definitely set the stage on fire. If you want to put subtle glare, try light printed plain sarees.
Do share your experiences and suggestion. We would love to listen…