Ditch a complete traditional look and go with an Indo-western look this festive season
Festivals are around the corner and here comes the time to dazzle your embellished look with glamour and glitz by giving a new definition to your fashion style and taste with an Indo-western look this festive season. It’s the time to take out your unworn hoard from your wardrobe and create your own look by combining different, disparate pieces that can actually make you earn the title of a true-blue fashionista. Fashion has evolved so much over the years, earlier, festivals used to be all about going ethnic but these days, everyone wants to master new trends and carry their own unique style by experimenting with their looks. And, this is what fashion is giving a shape to your thinking and designing your own look. Playing with an indo-western look this festive season can be fun and exciting.
So, this season, make yourself your own fashion stylist, add some spices to your ethnic style and let your style get wings with these indo-western outfits:
1) Crop top with a lehenga:
Pair any crop top with your lehenga and you are ready to go. This style is not only elegant but also easy and comfortable to wear.
2) A heavy embroidered top with palazzo:
They make a perfect pair to make you look stunningly gorgeous. A heavy embroidered top, when paired with a palazzo, adds a statement to your style.
3) A Top and a sequin jacket with a skirt:
Sequin accentuates your outfit and makes you look absolutely stunning. A sequin top or a jacket can be paired with a dhoti pant, palazzo and a skirt. This festive season, don your sparkly sequin jacket or a top and rock your look.
4) Kurta with a saree:
Sarees have always been in vogue either for a casual look, festive look or a wedding look. It is that outfit that actually completes us but the choices have changed from wearing it traditionally to wearing it with a kurta, a shirt, a blazer and many more ways.
So, get yourself ready to look smashingly gorgeous and step out in style with these mix and match styles!
2 thoughts on “Ditch a complete traditional look and go with an Indo-western look this festive season”
Awsm looks…..n nice combination… Are you starting blog writing… Good luck…???