You might have wanted to wear an Indian attire to some of the occasions but one of those times you gave up on that idea in the notion that it would not go with the attitude of people around. Well, to be honest it is not the case. Mostly, the one’s who judge you don’t have an access to a beautiful Indian outfit or moreover they are the ones who do not possess a good taste when it comes to ethnic wear. Even they might find a good outfit but they would lack an elegant way to carry it. Anyhow, you just have to be confident in what you adorn because once you are positive about it there is no looking back.
Though western silhouette is altogether a form of dressing which is formal and party wear too. Like for obvious reasons you would not wear an anarkali to clubbing but that does not demean the aura such outfits create. Each type of dressing holds its own value and should be carried on the right occasions. You can surely wear an Indian suit to your workplace or to a casual lunch with friends. Try not to stick to embroidery or ill fitted suits. You can easily go out with loose fitting, printed and casual ethnic wear for a day out.
These days indigo prints are gaining a lot of attention primarily because of sumer vibes they carry along. Pair an indigo piece with junkies and you are ready to rock almost all the designs. I wore this outfit to the last day of Amazon India Fashion Week, other than it being of a total comfort, the cotton fabric was surely a relish from this harsh summer weather.
Incase you are wondering from where the each piece of this look is from, well, none of the piece belongs to any substantial designer that I can quote. But probably this information may help you to find yourself such a look.
‘Outfit is from a designer called Aavaran, Slippers and bangles from streets of Jaipur, Bag and Earrings from two different boutiques and ring from Primark, London’.
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