The Indian Festive Lookbook !!!

Hello Style Bunnies 🙂

Festive season is around the corner so I will be posting many ethnic outfits. With the end of this month we would be entering the last quarter of this year aka into the festive season with major Indian festivals like Navratre, Karwa chauth, Dussehra and Diwali to be celebrated. And not to forget a plenty of wedding and engagement ceremonies that you cannot miss. So while we still have time to plan outfits and sort out everything, I decided to come up with a series of outfit posts on the blog for some festive wear inspiration for you guys. Why to get bored of wearing same old sarees and anarkali suits and kurtis, so I always believe in experimenting with Indian outfits. Lets try something different yet fashionable and ethnic this festive season.

SLIT TOPS

Slit Tops have been a rage this year. Be it Side Slit or front slit, knee or floor length, these gorgeous tops have to be in everybody’s wardrobe. Style your front slit top in a fusion manner, and paired it with maxi skirt. This can be easily worn for traditional occasions. You don’t have to wear that typical lengha, saree or anarkali. Try to experiment a little. This can be teamed up with well fitted leggings or Palazzo.

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JACKETS

You can style your old jacket with pallazo pants or cigerate pants. It looks ethnic yet stylish. You can use both long or short jackets. You can wear them alone or you can team up with your suit or dress.

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SKIRTS

Skirts are quite in vogue this season. They are more over comfortable yet fashionable. Style your cotton skirt with slit tops which are in vogue these days or you can also team skirt with crop tops or long kurtis. Its a fashionable look for this festive season. Don’t forget it to accessorize with some fusion jewellery.

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PALAZZO

Palazzo are quite in since long and still they are in fashion. Team up your flared palazzo with tops or ethnic kurta to create a festive look. You can also style it with slit tops.

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POP OUT BLOUSES

If you want to wear saree. Then this time style your old silk saree or plain shiffon saree with heavy blouses or fusion blouses. It will really make you stand out from others. You will really look great and different with this festive season look.

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What do you think about this look? Let me know what your thoughts in the comments below!

Hope you all liked the look. See you soon !!!

Have a Wonderful Day 🙂

xoxo 🙂

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