Try a fusion look this festive season

first_imgAs the festival season is approaching, update your wardrobe with fusion wear and look different. Invest in a boho jumpsuit, white sneakers, semi ethnic accessories , say experts. Here are a few fusion looks that could be tried:From boho to ethnic: It’s important to strike the right balance between the East and the West. Try a Boho jumpsuit with nicely coordinated ethnic accessories. Play up with your shoes for more detail. Crop top and dhoti look: Pairing a designer Gujarati cold shouldered crop top with a plain bold coloured dhoti looks elegant and classy. Carry it with a stylish pair of jhumkas and matte lipstick which will absolutely complete your look. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfGetting the right mix: Pick western wear basics, and weave them into a look that’s absolutely ethnic. Add semi-ethnic accessories for more drama.The cool tones: Indian prints and fabric are more glamorous than they are perceived to be. An Indian indigo print top paired with white distressed jeans, metallic choker and sneakers would be a good example.Tradition with a twist: Talking about fusion/Indo-western, rev-up your cotton kurtas by giving it a fusion twist. Pair up an undyed cotton kurta with a flared Yellow midi skirt, throw on a pair of sneakers or high-tops, pull up a backpack. Finish the look with some chunky metallic bangles. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveFloral and mute colours: Instead of shimmery and glitters, wear muted colour prints either on a bold colour base or just some added embellishment on the floral. Layered organza tops in print outer layer and sequin under layers is the stress free combination, whether you’re wearing a high waist trouser or a typical lehenga or maybe even a sari.Pathani suit and Kohlapuri: There are also various options available for men. You can stick to classic kurta pyajamas and pathani suits and team them with ethnic footwear or go experimental with modern times.Dawn a hand block print kurta with readymade dhoti or stick to modern shirt kurtis and fusion them with scarf and shoes and classic shades.last_img

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