ETHNIC LOOKBOOK

Have a reception or a Sangeet party to attend? Bored of same old sarees and anarkalis? Don’t want to loosen your pockets for another lavish dress? No more worries!!

In this blog I have complied two looks which are ethnic as well as trendy in their own ways. All you have to do is dig in to your closet, and I will show you how to revamp these into completely different outfits.

Girls,you don’t always have to buy new clothes. You can play around with your dresses and come up with entirely new outfit. So fold up your sleeves coz we are about to get creative !!!

So without wasting much time let me take you through the looks!

 

LOOK 1

BELTING IT SMART

I have named this look so, because all you need is a black dress (LBD) , a contrast color ‘dupatta’ of your choice and a of course a Belt.

Now can I get an amen on this girls, that we all swear by our Little Black Dress (LBD), don’t we???

We all have that one black dress, which we are absolutely in love with and just cannot get rid off. So why not wear it with a little twist?  😉

Here, I am wearing a culottes black dress, draped a deep red color dupatta around my neck and shoulders and tied a belt at my empire waist. Completing my look with a gold-bronze statement necklace and gold chaandbalis.

I have kept the make up minimal,and wearing my favourite Golden Black stilettos( as they perfectly match my black gold theme) and completing my look with a black clutch.

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LOOK 2

BEAUTIFUL DRAPES

Who said ethnic skirts can be worn only with blouses and crop tops???

Ladies,go to your closet take out a button down shirt,pair it with that beautiful Indian skirt of yours and Voila !! There you have a have beautiful skirt dress.

In this look,I have paired my black skirt which has south Indian prints on it with a golden border with black button down shirt, which I have buttoned up till the collar.

Enhancing my dress with a statement necklace and a pair of beautiful green stone studs.I am wearing golden metal bangles,tied my hair up in a ponytail.

Here is the twist girls,since I wanted it to be really ethnic so I went for this mustard color ,mirror work dupatta( which is very old btw and belongs to my mother,and I stole it from her wardrobe ;),yeah yeah,we all do that,ADMIT IT!!!

Anyhow,completed my look with little yellow bindi( real obsession with bindis nowdays).

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So these are the two looks. Hope you guys liked it.

Comment below for more suggestions .

Hope to see you soon!!Be Happy,Be Chic

Xoxo

@thechicwanderer

 

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  1. Aastha. This is so cool and mesmerizing. So proud to see you growing with your posts and upcoming thoughts. It’s inspiring and so efficient and neat. Good luck.await for your updates

  2. It’s always good to find something different instead of the same boring ways to wear clothes. I liked how you draped the red one! Its different!! Keep it up! 🙂

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