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Three different ways to flaunt Indian ethnic wear

Recently, I went to Udaipur and rediscovered my love for Indian ethnic wear. Don’t know what, but there’s something about Indian ethnic wear that makes me feel so so confident. Especially with the kind of versatility Indian outfits offer- you can never get enough of them.

With Festivities dropping in next month- I am so so pumped to put my Indian outfits into use once again. Here, check out three different looks that I’ve created for you guys to take inspiration from. 

The evergreen Anarkali suit set

Here, I am wearing this beautiful suit set from a beautiful brand named Keva.design, known for their craftsmen-ship in flattering silhouettes. Totally crushing over this white Anarkali with the Aqua Blue Dupatta. The Anarkali has a gorgeous flare and fits beautifully. Love the aqua blue color of the dupatta- it adds more grace and character to the complete look. Makes me look, no less than a queen- doesn’t it?

Suit set: Keva.designs | Jutti: Fizzy Goblet | Neckpieces: Udaipur (Street Shopping) | Bangles: Janpath

Styled this suit set with these beautiful shell earrings- that I bought long back during my college days. 

Lastly stacked some silver jewelry pieces, got these bangles from Janpath, Delhi and these neckpieces from Udaipur itself.

I love wearing whites during summers- so amazed with how this look turned out as a whole. Let me know your reviews? 

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The Peachy block print set 

For the second look, I opted for another beautiful number from the Keva.design. It is a three piece set. I was officially swooned by the beautiful block print on the top and the cape. It looks nothing short of mesmerizing.

The block print top and cape come with these peach pants – All of which is in cotton material. Hence, making this outfit a perfect choice for summers.

Outfit: Keva.design | Jutti: Fizzy Goblet| Bag: Janpath| Neckpiece: Udaipur (Street Shopping)

I styled this stunning outfit with my Juttis and added this gorgeous neckpiece alongside. Love how everything fell in place and looked perfect. Definitely wearing this set more often. 

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The “Shaya” Sharara set

I’ve mentioned this time and again that when it comes to ethnic shopping, I like to ease out my hunt by seeing how I can style the outfit pieces in more than one way. This is where the versatility comes into play. Though I love wearing ethnic outfits, the fact is that I don’t wear them very often and hence my clothes end up staying packed in my closet, for the longest time but I am sure this is won’t be the case with this beautiful number from Gulaal Creations

Here, I am wearing their ‘Shaya’ Sharara set that features a short sleeveless kurta with Sharara pants and a chanderi jacket. 

Totally swooning over the intricate gotta work on the sharara pants. It depicts the amount of thought that has been put into creating this beautiful piece. The star of the show is the chanderi jacket- it is the real trendsetter. Love how this entire outfit looks on me. Everything about this outfit is no nice- I CAN’TTT!

Outfit: Gulaal Creations | Bag, Footwear, Neckpiece: Udaipur (Street shopping) | Sunglasses: Charles and Keith

Styled this look further, with my favorite shell neckpiece, beige kohlapuris, and a Katha work bag. This look is my absolute favorite. I am so eagerly waiting to style all these three pieces individually. Let me know if you’d like to read a blog on that?

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That’s all for this blog! 

I’ll be back soon.

Until then, KEEP SLAYING!

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