I am already in love with Autumn, the weather is pleasant and the festive season is about to begin. Karwachauth, Dussehra, Diwali, and a bunch of other joyous festivals are going to colour all the greyness left by Monsoon. It’s all about family, traditions, laughter and ecstasy. Being a girl, I love to play dress up during traditional occasions. Ethnic fashion trends are always changing. For me fashion is all about styling the latest trends in a comfortable yet attractive way.
When I think about the ethnic the most comfortable option that clicks my mind is a Kurti. Kurti is a simple piece of ethnic upper wear, now the drill is how you style it. The only fashion rule that always works is Less Is More! There are unlimited options in kurtis. For a better idea, I created the two looks with two different styles of the Kurtis that I bought from the Craftsvilla.
If you like to keep it chic, kurti with ethnic jacket is the best option. Pink has always been my happy colour and it gives major festive vibes. This kurti gives you a jacket look with the front tie that is quite trendy, yet comfortable and light in weight. I paired it up with a hot pink hand strap purse and a blush pink pair of heels to add the sass to the look. I decided to keep my jewellery to minimal and settled for a neckpiece with pearls detailing.
One can never go wrong with an A-Line Kurti. It is super comfortable and trendy. It works for all the occasions and looks good on all the body types. The secret to play with such printed kurti is playing with similar toned print and adding a style factor with a safe shade like nude shade. Whenever you are confused about the right pair of the footwear or accessory, nude shade comes as a saver. I teamed it up with a top handle purse with similar print. Minimal jewelry can complete the look. As, a print of the kurti is doing the trick.
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