Festive Season Fashion: Best Ethnic Looks You Can Try

India is one country where we believe in celebrating every moment. Birthdays, anniversaries, house-warming or weddings along with the endless list of festivals that keep us on our toes all-round the year while giving memorable moments to cherish. No matter where you are living, if you are an Indian, you can easily understand the importance of festivals and be looking good on the occasion. Your aunt or cousin will be ready to pounce on your fashion choices while visiting, how about giving them something worthwhile to talk about.

Inspired by celebs

When you wish to look nothing less than fabulous, our very own Bollywood celebrities can come to your rescue. Bollywood is known for its fresh fashion seen in weddings, events, launches and award ceremonies. A little inspiration for your next Anarkali suit or your Lehenga can come from any of these!

Keep it classy

Over a period of time, ethnic fashion for men has also evolved a lot. Well, for you guys, this means that you do not have to compromise with boring looking white kurtas and loose pajamas. Take your ethnic style to the next level with well fitted embroidered kurtas and churidars. You can also experiment your look by trying on dhotis, jodhpuri pants or jeans!

Bright colours are the best

Indian festivals are bright as anything with lively colours, fireworks, rangolis and the fashion seen around. Relive the festivities this season with bold and bright colours used with a plethora of elegant fabrics. Vivacious tulle, soft silks, crispy georgette and breathtaking cotton are combined with fresh designs can make you look awe-inspiring. You can also add elegant jewellery and accessories to rev up your ethnic style.

Bring out the tailored look

Guys, if that kurta is way loose or that jacket is not fitted properly, it can make you look out of the place. Always go with tailored kurtas and ethnic jackets for a spruced up style. It will also bring out your built and manner in a more elegant way. You can also go with stoles, pagdis or embroidered juttis to spice up the ethnic look.

Add modern touch

Who says you have to stick with the age-old trend of ethnics. Rev up the ethnic with a touch of modernity, creating a fusion look. You can wear sarees with pants or leggings, try different draping style, wear kurtas with something other than your salwars or leggings, try indo-western cuts and accessories for that neo-ethnic style.

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