So, as the Winter season approaches, so does the Wedding season. The season that is every ethnic lover’s favorite.
And keeping this season in mind, I’ve decided to share My Ethnic Closet with you all, summing up with all the essentials and glamorous looks to carry out this wedding season.
So, the first thing I’ll share from my wardrobe is this Pink Embroided Lehenga. This dreamy designer outfit is best suited for an Engagement ceremony. With a blush on your cheeks and this netted dupatta, you can create a pretty vibe around you.
You should make it a little high waist. You can make it look distinct and eye-catching with a bold lipstick and choose to stay out with heavy jewellery.
You should also choose the material of your ethnic wear very wisely. For winters, you can dig out silks and heavier material.
The second outfit from my wardrobe would be this all Black lehenega. Toss out those don’t-wear-black blues this Wedding Season with this simple but sophisticated look.
It looks different and out of the box with those attached net jacket filled with Gold foil flowery Motifs. It will also help you make a style splash no matter what the occasion it is. Also, Please refrain yourself from carrying large purses, hobo bags, and carry-all shoppers.
The next outfit would be this hot lehenga that you can wear for a day time occasion. Let this embroided crop top/blouse with minimal embellishments do all the talking. This would be perfect for a Mehendi or Sangeet ceremony.
To make it more of a chic look, you can wear it this with a pair of never-seen-before Danglers Earring and a Maang Tika. This look is perfect for when you want to dress up in ethnic but also don’t want the outfit to look too loud.
The very next outfit I’d share is The Wedding Dress. This would be a must try outfit for all the pretty girls out there, getting married. It is filled with subtle color and embroids which contradicts with those typical Parampakik Red outlooks.
You can pair it with beautiful round maang tikas and alluring Heavy statement jewels. It would give you an all-round midnight blush. That’s my ethnic closet.
Lastly, I would share the casual ethnic kurta. These would be ideal outfit for a family dinner party. These straight pants with bottom set embroided gives it a touch of art. You can pair it with pretty Jhumkis and some beautiful dainty potlis and clutches look elegant.
Keeping all this aside, the most important thing to appear gorgeous is to be happy the way you are. The moment you accept your body and have a positive body image, you’ll feel completely bold and different. 🙂
Now, you’re ready to click some amazing insta worthy candids!