Matching your blouse to your lehenga or sari is so passé. Unexpected pairings are the new diktat ruling the bridal game, so leave the safe choices behind. Mix bold jewel tones, pair pastels with brights, and play a game of clash-with-your-prints.
The disguised advantage of mix and match is that it allows you to pair separates from sets to create more looks from a handful of outfits.
As the festive season is peeping through the windows, get dressed in the authentic ethnic wear and offer a welcome hand. Bright Diwali days, colourful traditional and modern weddings all are waiting to see your killing and charming looks.
Weather changes every quarter, and so the Fashion! To keep up with the latest fashion trends for festive season, you need to check out the changing dressing patterns.
Here are a few mix and match style rules to help make the process of putting together that perfect outfit a whole lot easier!
Go against the grain and get experimental.
Explore them & twist your style.
Team the grand lehenga with long kurti
Go for those lovely long kurtis in your closet and pair up your long maxi skirts for a Boho Princess look. A complete bohemian style will stun your audience. Grace the look with different kind of kurtis from Brocade kurta and Skirt like Kareena Kapoor or more casual look like Kangana Ranaut in a net maxi skirt with kurta.
All you have to do is, pair the lehenga with grand work kurta. This is the trendiest style which is going frenzy in the fashion world, choose sheer net kurta with front slit and look alluring.
Play it up in a printed flowy skirt and flirty crop top!
Festivals don’t mean just ethnic wear. Crop tops are all the rage with flared skirts. If you don’t want to look too dressed up pair an old lehenga with a basic crop top to instantly create fabulous fusion wear.
The pairing of a crop top with a traditional lehenga gives your outfit a contemporary look making it perfect for the modern-day woman.
Off Shoulder Top with Skirt with a Statement Necklace!
Be it matching separates or contrasting prints and colour combinations, this crop top lehenga is sure to look absolutely stunning on all body types. Skinny lasses can opt for voluminous flared lehengas for a flattering look, while those with a heavy upper body can opt for high-waisted printed lehengas and simple long-sleeved crop tops or slightly longer tops and woo crowds in the ultra feminine crop top lehengas.
In my opinion, one crop top lehenga attire is an absolute must-have for every woman. I, most certainly, am wearing one at my sister’s Sangeet – a stunning mirror appliqué bearing crop top lehenga!
Short Blingy Kurti with Plain Lehenga or Skirt!
Pair your old Lehenga with long jacket!
A Simple White Shirt with lehenga can do wonders!
or just pair it with any coloured shirt!
Saree with Kurti as a Blouse!
Urban Contemporary, this is a style for those style divas, who wouldn’t mind trying a complete new look at occasions. This is a style that carries a saree over a kurta or kurta instead of a saree blouse. It looks ravishing and also builds that strong fashion image.
Kurti with a Short Jackets!
This can be a modern style by wearing your denim waistcoat or jackets with your kurta or tunics paired in palazzo or dhoti. Or another way is to wear your Indian vests in embroidery over plain kurtis and paired on patialla or dhoti pants.
Kurti with Palazzo Pants!
You would already know this style as it’s been in trend and have seen so many already trying it on. So why are you waiting to find your complete pair? Go for a kurta from your closet and math up palazzo pants in contrast colours or styles from elephant palazzo to full flared ones.
add a touch of sheer for that ultimate fusion chic look.
Festive fusion would be incomplete without an overdose of bling. Don’t scrimp when it comes to fashion jewellery. Choose modern jewelry pieces to lend fusion flair to your outfits this year. Wear layered necklaces, a chunky statement necklace, or try it out as a trendy maangtika and add an armlet. Stoles and scarfs can also give an ethnic outfit a fusion vibe, as can a bling-y belt cinched at the waist of a saree or kurta. If you can’t think of anything else, carry an Indian potli bag and step out in juttis footwear.