It’s almost wedding season and I am sure every girl out there is probably having a panic attack thinking about how to revamp that desi outfit from last season.
Well, let me tell you that it’s not important to always buy too many traditional outfits. The trick is how you can style them differently to make them look different every time you wear them. If you are a wedding person this could really be your bible to trendy traditional dressing. Here’s what we found on Myntra.
With the crop top trend on the rise, it shouldn’t be too difficult for you to style your choli like one. You can fantastically pair this part of your Indian wear with either denims or palazzo pants (like how we did) to get your sexy on.
I personally think the pallu is the most experimental part of the sari. Drape it in an unconventional way to shake it up a bit. If you are looking for some inspiration take it from Masaba Gupta because nobody does the sari like she does.
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Every Indian girl loves wearing a lehenga but sigh…how many time will you wear the same one over and over again? Drape the dupatta like a sari pallu and I promise it would look nothing more than refreshing. Go now, do it like a pro!
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This is a fun one. If you’re the lazy girl that hates to put on a full fledged oufit this is for you. Add a reversible jacket to that denim – tank top duo and you are good to go. The jacket not only adds a quirk to the outfit but also makes it look very ethnic.
PS: The waistcoat trend was all over the runway this season and you must try it!
Accessories are most important and we totally think it’s never too late to revamp an outfit only with a simple change in them. Add a choker statement necklace or a pair of earrings. This will only enhance an outfit making you look from drab to fab.
If you have an old Indian outfit that’s been sleeping in that closet it’s time to revamp it because the festive season is just round the corner. And the best part is, you can get all this and more on Myntra.com.
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