Indian-wear can be extremely monotonous at times. If you are tired of Anarkalis and the regular saris, read along to see what you can do differently this Diwali to break the monotony and give a much required twist to Indian-wear.
Saris take a new avatar in the form of a sari jumpsuit. Take a hint from Kanika Saluja who in her Spring Summer 2014 collection made an ultimate concoction of practical and tradition!
Kurtas paired with salwar or churidar is passé this season. Wear your embroidered silk kurta over your maxi skirt instead for a breezy, cool look. Keep the accessories to a minimum and channel a care-free boho look!
Drape your sari loosely over your jeans or cropped palazzos. Better yet, drape a long silk dupatta or stole instead. Take a cue from Masaba Gupta’s recent collection at Wills India Fashion Week and mix bright colors with graphic prints. Complete the look with your canvas sneakers for a look that screams fun!