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The much-awaited last quarter of the year has arrived; prefiguring the flavor of celebration with festivals such as Dussehra and Diwali
Finally, the much-awaited last quarter of the year has arrived; prefiguring the flavor of celebration with festivals such as Dussehra and Diwali. But then again, categorically celebrations are partial without fashion.
With comprehensive fashion playing a large role in the professed magnificence of a garment, most designers are now creating designs and patterns that outdo the western artistic sense along with Indian traditional touch.
This festive season, fashion is the meld of indo-western.
Pant in the style of dhoti is a style statement in itself. It’s the combination of salwar and Patiala. Printed Dhoti Pants can be worn with a short crop top. You can also style these pants with any extravagant and embellished jacket. Pair them up with tiny ear-tops, choker and heels to complete the look.
Try any embroidered, denim or velvet collared jacket with a plain sari to flash the otherwise traditional attire. You can also try coverall jackets and absolute printed shirts to look stylish. Similarly, Belts can provide your sari a seamless structure and clamp your pleats accordingly.
Look for an embellished one in leather or fabric or a metal waist belt and flaunt it a little above your waistline. It will make a perfect apparel fusion and give you a massive elegant look.
Printed jeggings are an alternative and a new hot style statement this festive season. Ample of economical options are available to pick from. Floral patterns, abstract designs, stripes and animal prints are pretty popular.
Wear printed jeggings with basic tops or t-shirts. You can use hefty and glitzy belts to tuck your jeggings. Keep the rest of your look unpretentious to dodge mess and bring out that charm.
Maxi dresses are trifling yet stylish. They are an impeccable option to bring out that flawless setting of festive celebrations. Choose ethnic prints and team up with short kurtis or three-quarter tops.
You can also add a stole or jacket with it. Add minimal jewelry of contrast color. Finish the look with a pair of heels, a potli bag, and you are good to go.
So, this festive season show off your fashion statement and make heads turn to you with these amazing fusion looks. Stay stylish for the festive days ahead!
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