While being in Europe I felt the need to tell the world that there is so much more to Indian Fashion than just Saree. So this festive season I decided to decode various Indian traditional and Fusion Wear Outfit ideas. I am planning to do 9 looks 9 days. Be a part of this journey of mine and Spread The Word.
FOR Look #1 click here ⇒ Classic Regal Look
FOR Look #2 click here ⇒ Bold In Black Look
For Look #3 click here ⇒ Dress Ethnic With A Twist
FOR Look #4 click here ⇒ Urban Cool Appeal
For Look #5 click here ⇒ Effortless Elegance
For Look #6 click here ⇒ Vibrant & Trendy
For Look #7 click here ⇒ Less Is More
For Look #9 click here ⇒ Back To The Roots
Look #8 today is all about adding some bling and style to your fashion basics. As we have heard it so many times that you can find success in the area outside your comfort zone and outside your fear zones, to learn and explore we have to learn to push our limits. The same rule is applicable to the Fashion Game. I know, how much we appreciate someone else’s style wishing if we could find the courage to emulate a similar look. This festive season, step out of your fashion comfort zone and incorporate something different into your wardrobe or look. Look for the style inspiration from people around you, magazines, fashion bloggers or youtube etc.
Long Jacket Over Lehenga
This style is going to rock your desi lehenga look, ditch your dupattas and get them stitched as long shrugs or buy a matching cape gilet. You can experiment with your statement jewellery pieces too. I am wearing a bikini body chain as a statement necklace piece.
A stunning fusion combo of your desi kurta with a formal well-cut blazer. You can always opt for beautiful earthy and pastel shades that can be worn both for day and night looks. It’s definitely so formal but has that charm of casual traditional look. Mr Husband paired it up with his brown leather formal shoes and it was perfect I think.
Kurta → Amazon.in
Blazer → ZARA
STRIKE A POSE
Celebrate Life. Care for others and share whatever you have with those less fortunate than you. Broaden your vision, for the whole world belongs to you.