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Contemporary take on Ethnic !!!!

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Ethnic wear !!!!

For most of us Indians, our take on Indian or ethnic wear might have changed to the contemporary style, but we are still rooted in our traditions. We all still love our traditional Indian outfit like salwar kameez, Anarkalis, lehengas etc. but what’s the harm in playing a little bit around our favorite traditional outfit by giving it a contemporary touch.

This will give the outfit a whole new and fresh look which will take us a little away from what our grandmothers were also wearing. So. our fashion designers have taken the fashion game a step forward by giving our traditional outfits a twist of the modern tale. These ethnic outfits have got a contemporary look with slit kurtas, capes & asymmetric hemlines making for a flattering trend. And this touch is making it irresistible for all fashionistas to own these fashion pieces. And what can be a better time to flaunt these than summer/spring. Summer is the time when we all want to look your stylish best but in our comfortable outfits.

Ethnic wear will make for a great outfit for the easy breezy feel that it has. With salwar kameez or a simple kurti & pallazo, you can carry some super chic looks. Easy and super stylish to wear, Capes can be embraced by every body type. Opt for a simple kurti and a fancy cape to give an uber cool indo-ethnic look. Lightweight fabrics will rule the summer season so you can go for outfits with cotton, chiffon &  silk with colourful patterns and playful prints.

We have these available in plenty from a designer store to high streets, so you can pick up these outfits from the brands or designer you like and trust me, you will not have a second thought while picking these up for your summer wardrobe.

Step up your fashion game this summer with your favourite contemporary ethnic wear.

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By Nikita Khemka

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One thought on “Contemporary take on Ethnic !!!!”

  1. Shalini says:

    All the dresses in the blog are pretty good. I specially liked the Drashti Dhami dress. Ethnic wear is the way to go in a marriage ceremony for sure.

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