Ganesh Chaturthi may have been done and dusted, but October brings with it a whole lot of festivals – Navratri and Dussehra. That means a lot of pandal hoppings, parties and occasions to dress up for. If you’re in search of some fresh, trendy ideas for ethnic wear to get you festival-ready, we’ve curated just the list for you!
Add A Twist To Your Normal Saree
If you love sarees but want to shake things up this festive season, go for a dhoti saree or a palazzo saree. It’s a trendy twist to typical sarees, and you’ll look just as chic. Look for Dhoti sarees in darker shades and small prints to go well with the Indo-western style. Remember to keep your jewellery minimal and get out your favourite pair of heels.
While a long kurta may by itself look basic, pair it with cropped trousers, and you’ve got yourself a fresh, festive outfit. Look for a long kurta in a solid colour like pink and pair it with cropped trousers or leggings. It’s best to not mix too many patterns in this look. A statement stole or a grand dupatta would add the finishing touches to this trendy ethnic outfit.
Are you someone who swears by dresses and feels the most comfortable and stylish in them? Well, you don’t have to abandon them during the festivities! Just look out for ethnic maxi dresses, and you can feel comfortable while looking stylish. Floor-length and traditional prints are what you need to be on the search for. While bright colours look great, look for dresses in classic colours such as white, black or blue to instantly elevate your piece. The best part about this style is that it’s perfect for the workplace too, you’re sure to be using them repeatedly!
Ethnic Jacket To Elevate Your Everyday Outfit
A great way to jazz up any ethnic outfit is to add a jacket to it. Pair an ethnic jacket with slim-fit long kurtas in a similar colour palette or opt for a contrasting colour to really stand out. Go for cropped pants or palazzos to complete this trendy look.
Lehenga With T-shirt For Fusion Wear
Do you have a set of lehenga choli that you absolutely love but find it too dressy for most occasions? Skip the choli and pair the lehenga with a plain tank top. Make sure you match the colours in your skirt with the colour of the tank top for a classic, coordinated look. Not only will this dress your outfit down to suit smaller festive gatherings, but it will also make for a refreshing change.
The best part about the trendy ethnics listed above is that you style each to match your personal style and aesthetic. Are you already checking out for ethnic wear stores in Mumbai for this festival season? Check the Pinnacle by Shruti Sancheti online or in-store collection to get shopping! For more on ethnic wear stores in Mumbai, contact us.