Fab Ways to Add Ethnic Pieces to Your Everyday Wardrobe
Hey! everyone the other day I was cleaning my closet and I noticed that I have lot of ethnic pieces. I don't know, maybe I just used them only once in wedding and never got a chance to use them again. We always want to use these statement pieces we own but helpless. But don't worry as I have decided on sharing my views on how you can use your ethnic pieces in your day to day life.
The Ethnic Clutch:
You know how gorgeous are those ethnic clutches that you buy when you have to attend a wedding and never get a chance to wear it again. Don’t worry team your ethnic clutch with a short dress and long denim jacket. So that the color of the clutch pops out the most. It looks super pretty and it's perfect for the casual day out.
The Saree Blouse
Take out your favorite saree blouse that you love wearing, but can't find an occasion special enough to wear it with the saree. Now wear it as a crop top and team it up with your maxi skirt. If your blouse has tie or hooks at the back then add a quirky jacket to finish the look.
Now a shirt dress falls straight, sometimes we don't want to look that boxy, Do we? If you don't find your high waist belt or have a really thick one, take the Kamarbandh and place it on your upper waist and take some portion out. Team this up with white shoes.
The Traditional Jewelry
Who said you can wear your elaborate neck pieces on your lehengas and salwar suits only. You can use them with your western wear also, most of us are used to wearing the ethnic pieces over regular collared shirt, Right? Well team it with your Victorian collared shirt and pair of blue denims. You can also wear a high neck sweater. Pair it with classic oxfords.
The Dhoti Skirt
Don't you take a deep sigh looking at those gorgeous dhoti skirts on the ramp and Indian weddings. Pair dhoti skirt with casual white shirt and hand bag. For accessories add silver hand cuff. You are good to go for the day. This outfit does not look over the top and is perfect for the usual weekday, when you are out working or hanging out with friends.
Wear a black denim and black crop top. Pair them with classic bright bandhej dupatta. We have used bandhej dupatta in maroon color with sequins and circular mirrors on it. Wrap bandhej dupatta around your waist from one end and leave other end from your shoulder as palla. Complete the look with some amazing silver accessories. Some amazing hair do like a high bun or high ponytail will make you look sensual.
Embroidered Waist Belt:
Wear plain white outfit, say white jeans with white kurti or white jeans with white plain tee and pair it with heavily embroidered waist belt. Here we have used Kutch embroidery waist belt. For completing the look add some silver jewels with it.
Wear a white maxi dress with white bottoms and add bright colored juttis or mojaris with it. Finish the look with clutch and statement earrings. You can also wear a maxi dress with white palazzo pants and embroidery jacket and for finishing the look add red or pink colored juttis with it.
Indian women love wearing paazeb with their ethnic outfits since ancient times. But now you can also wear it with your western outfits. Pair black jeans with white shirt and blue denim jacket and for finishing the look wear paazeb in your right feet. Paazeb will add the oomph factor to the look
Ethnic Mobile Pouch:
Wear a simple plain skirt and crop top with silver accessories and silver maangtikka and finish the look with brocade mobile pouch. Mobile pouch will also add a pop of color to your outfit. This mobile pouch is also very useful for carrying some money and also keeps your mobile phone safe. You can use brocade pouch or embroidered pouch or sequinned pouch for this look. Silver jewels will also give femininity to the look.
So girls I hope you got an idea of how you can team your ethnic pieces once the wedding season is over.
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