Amidst the Navratri festivities and weddings around the corner, we have every reason to dress up in colourful outfits. But, not everybody wants to wear traditional outfits each time during the festivals. So, if you like to blend the Indian with the modern, then you have come to the right place.
Bringing indo-western touch to clothes makes you versatile and vivacious.
Let’s bring some fusion to your boring and ordinary outfits. Mix and match the western with the traditional in such a way that creates new ensembles. Let me take you through a preview of some exciting and contemporary twist to ethnic varieties. Entire Bollywood is wearing the fusion look, so there's no reason why we'd be lagging behind. It's time to follow suit and bring in some fusion.
Jumpsuit with Dupatta
Let’s begin with newest trend of the season. Wear your favorite bright orange jumpsuit with a gold dupatta to add the fusion touch. This is one of the most innovative and versatile ways to get the comfort of a jumpsuit with the ethnic look. All you need is a dupatta that matches the shade of jumpsuit. Wear a nice pair of hoop earrings.
Formal Wear Sans Kurti
Now you can get the formal look with a set of lehenga and a white button-down shirt. Match this outfit with some chunky piece of jewellery.
Crop-tops with Palazzos & more
You have seen the pretty actress Shraddha Kapoor don a vibrant crop-top blouse with a suede and neutral pair of palazzo or lehenga. Now you know, a crop –top is one of the essentials in your closet.
Mirror-work Cold Shoulder
Now, festive season is synonymous with mirror-work blouses and crop-tops. Here, try a cold-shoulder style in ethnic blouses with mirror-work or sequins. It can be paired with a saree, skirt, lehenga and so on.
A Knee-length Kurta Dress
You must have heard about wearing the sheath or bodycon dress with or without leggings. But the latest trend says that you should wear your kurtas like a dress i.e. without any bottom-wear. An embellished, embroidered, kurta or anarkali can be carried off pretty well sans the churidar. You can also wear those slim-fit western gowns for giving the indo-fusion look.
Now, here are some of the interesting fashion tips for every girl to experiment and look gorgeous. Either you can go shopping for new collections or mix and match the present outfits in your wardrobe. Let me know how it works out for you and share your experiences.