Ethnic-chic
May 24, 2019

Looking at glamorous celebrities posing in their signature looks on red carpets or magazine covers makes every girl go crazy over their sense of style. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could sport such an elegant style, as well?

The best part is, now you can! All you need to know is how to complete the look and match it with grace.

Gianni Versace said, “Don’t be into trends. Don’t make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way to live.”

Wise words from the ultimate fashion guru! Check out the following ideas; you might stumble upon something that is very you, and is something that perfectly matches your elegance.

Dhoti pants are the new cool

From daily wear to party-wear, dhoti pants are the latest cool and casual sensations. Wear a sleeveless cotton top with a short embroidered jacket or a boyfriend shirt, top-buttoned cotton checked shirt or a lacework top; dhoti pants can be efficiently paired with any top.

For a casual outing, you can try coloured sneakers, and in case it is for a more formal gathering, try wearing the buckle closure heels.

Long loose kurtas for a beach vibe

Knee or shin-length loose kurtas symbolise comfort and airiness. For a poolside gathering or a beach outing under the sun, these long kurtas can be your stylish yet most comfy choice of attire. You can team them up with leggings or simple jeans.

You can even be bold by ditching them altogether, doubling your kurta up as a dress. You can also try light coloured kurtas with print work if you are going out in the day and if you want to reflect some cheer, go for any bright colour like blue, mustard, etc.

Embroidered kurtas are currently in trend and so are kurtas with piping details. Besides, these kurtas also go well with short or long jackets and palazzos. A headband, thick cuffs or trinket bracelets will easily go with a loose, printed kurti.

Wear ethnic jackets with kurtas

Light-weight and easy breezy ethnic jackets go beautifully with flared kurtas. In case you are not up for the contrasting colours or want to highlight the jacket and its work, pick the same coloured kurta as the jacket. However, the contrast will always be in style.

For a casual look, you can go for the ankle-length ethnic jacket with knee length kurta or try those with string enclosure giving a flared look over anarkali kurtas.

Ditch the jeans for a maxi dress

If it is summer and you do not want to wear tight jeans, ditch them! You can try a maxi dress with a flare from the stomach area or get a stylish belt to tie around the waist area to make it hug just the right places.

Choose sleeves or go for a sleeveless round-neck maxi dress. If you are feeling bold, choose the one-shouldered maxi dress that is perfect for a party or a brunch. From leopard prints, solid colours, floral designs to dot pattern, there are various prints to choose from.

Go for short kurtis with denim

A short ethnic kurti teamed up with a skirt, or fitted jeans is a conventional yet elegant style for a daily outing or casual hangout. A printed short kurta with notched neck and a three-quarter sleeve top will be thoroughly chic and ethnic for any occasion.

The kurti can be printed, thread-worked, uniform or even sequined; team it up with pretty jhumkas and boho necklaces and you won’t be disappointed.

A long skirt and kurta make for a signature style

Who said a long kurta could not go well with a long skirt? Just go for a matching coloured ethnic long kurta and flared skirt set and you will no longer have to invest on leggings or palazzos to complete the look.

Coming to ethnic wear, short kurtas or even off-shoulder crop tops, along with long skirts will complement the style effortlessly.

For a folkloric style, try an ethnic short kurta with a casual long skirt or a printed long skirt with a classy jacket or shrug. This clever fusion will make your chic ethnic look the talk of the town!

Pair a dhoti-styled saree and sleeveless shirt

Wear a backless blouse, a stringed top or even a sleeveless shirt with a saree worn in dhoti style. You could also try a saree over leggings or denim to add to the oomph factor. A printed dhoti saree with a contrasting kurta will add to the magic.

If you are confident enough, try appliquéd jeans and wrap the dhoti saree more elaborately to show off both the saree and the jeans.

So, which style is your favourite? Try them all to show off your fashion sense! Be confident, wear your best smile and you are all set for any occasion.

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