Being Indians we all grew up in a society of Tradition, Stereotype and Conservation. Where our clothes matter a lot. But to be very honest go through the whole world but nobody will ever get an infused clothe work as the Indians. They decipher the styles of different ancient races and the migrations. The Indian styles talk. Sometimes they are not only clothes for us but also a point of emotion, pride and personality.
So just by keeping that in mind I came up with a range of Ethnic to Modern Ethnic collection of looks.
The first look is curated of the trendy Cold shoulder top and white quarter leggings. This is totally a modern Ethnic style which gives you the comfort of western dresses and the essence of Indo-Western fusional Ethnic. Style it with a single neck piece of the same color.
The second look is in the White-Indigo combination. Which also refers the Ashok Chakra in our National Flag. In this look its having a white western shirt designed in a contemporary manner with Indigo pants above the ankles. With a bead necklace. The total combination gives you a Modern Ethnic look.
The third look is totally a Traditional Ethnic. It is having the super comfortable trendy palazzo and a long side cut kurti with same colored dupatta.
The fourth one comes with a Chubby color Pink with combination of White. You can see the long kurti is all white with pink designs in the neck and half-upper portion. It is so comfortable to wear. And the long skirt with broad pink zari. Skirts has been always a good idea for ethnics. With a bead necklace scarf.
The final look is curated with the most vibrant color Red with the combination of Royal blue. The Red Palazzo is so comfortable and long royal blue kurti having white designs all over the front body. Also designed with same colored bead necklace scarf.
Here I have completed the all five Ethnic to Modern Ethnic looks for this Puja Season. Go and give a try to these styles if you really liked them.
Outfits - Sabhyata Clothing. visit their first ever store in Kolkata for some awesome range of Ethnic collections. Address - 3b Camac Street, Mansarovar Building. Next to Mochi Showroom.