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DRESSING UP FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON

Festive Season

What better time to connect to your inner desi spirit than during festive occasions? The season comes with auspicious events, family reunions and everything else that takes you a step closer to your roots.

The rare event when you do dress up in ethnic attire, it calls for distinctiveness in your choices. We’ve put together looks from some of our all-time favourite designers that are sure to inspire you while going ethnic this season.

Go mono on your colour tones

Festive Season

Kunal Rawal

One ethnic element is all it takes to make your ensemble ready for the festivities! Pair an off-white kurta with traditional Nehru jacket in an earthy shade and slim-fit trousers. Go for similar colour tones across the outfit for a stylish monochrome look.

Play with prints

Festive Season

Raghavendra Rathore

Give the traditional route a contemporary twist in a printed kurta paired with a solid black bundi jacket and formal trousers. Best man at your friend’s wedding? Finish the look with tan brogues to handle your wedding duties and as a bonus, catch some attention from the ladies.

Florals with a bold twist

Festive Season

Rohit Bal

Knight in ‘shining’ armour? Not anymore. Floral is the new bold. Team a floral sherwani with slim-fit trousers and monk-strap shoes to look your trendy best while celebrating the festivities with family and friends.

A toast to details 

Festive Season

Manish Malhotra

Looking for that perfect ensemble to kindle your ethnic flair this Diwali? Go for a traditional black kurta pyjama set. Don an embroidered shawl in a rich hue like maroon to kick-start the festivities before lighting up the sky with fireworks.

All white is the way to go

Festive Season

Anita Dongre

Don white from head-to-toe and you’re sure to make an impression at any festive occasion. Make a style statement by topping off your kurta and dhoti with a tailored blazer. Slip on tan mojaris and add a colourful pocket square to complete the outfit.

The season is all about spending quality time with your loved ones and connecting with the farthest of your relatives. Dress up, experiment, talk a lot and feel good to make the best out of the festivities this time.

Explore our range of ethnic wear here.

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