Tacky-proof your eth­nic look

Don’t know what to wear to the next sum­mer wed­ding? Here are some fun, breezy ideas

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - Oshi Mehra htc­ity@hin­dus­tan­times.com

Who says an eth­nic look is lim­ited only to drown­ing cloth­ing, gaudy jew­elry and over-the-top makeup? With a few imag­i­na­tive ideas, you can make your it fun, funky and free­wheel­ing. From dig­i­tal printed saris to flo­ral jew­ellery, op­tions abound for those who want to rock a re­fresh­ing eth­nic look.

De­signer Anu­pama Dayal says, “In­stead of heavy, drown­ing out­fits, go for lighter, breath­able fab­rics such as chif­fon. Chuck heavy jew­ellery and pair your out­fits with nat­u­ral flow­ers to add the much-needed touch of fresh­ness to your look.”

De­signer Nida Mah­mood says, “Drap­ing saris dif­fer­ently can be a lot of fun. To add edgi­ness, opt for dig­i­tally printed saris and team them with cool tops. Drape the sari on a pair of jeans to re­de­fine the look.” Here are some cool ideas to rock eth­nic this wed­ding sea­son.

This Anu­pama Dayal out­fit is just per­fect when you are at­tend­ing a sum­mer wed­ding. Team your skirt with a black crop top, spruced with vi­brant prints. Style your hair with fresh flow­ers.


This Niki Ma­ha­jan cre­ation that has an em­broi­dered red top teamed with a long off-white skirt makes for a fail-proof look. Go for a sin­gle piece of strik­ing jew­ellery and add a dose of fresh­ness to your look by wear­ing real flow­ers in your hair.

Add some fun to your look with this Ashima Leena ma­hogany cropped choli paired with palaz­zos. Keep the hair neat and pulled back, and wear a fun blazer to toughen up the look.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from India

© PressReader. All rights reserved.