It’s time of the year again when I actually dig out all my ethnic outfits to mix and match and to style them for the upcoming festivals! I think you all will agree that we have ample ethnic outfits which we wear only during wedding season or during various Indian festivals, rest of the time they are just lying in our closet!
Well, this season I want you to just style your outfits by trying different combinations of your skirts and blouses or crop tops and see a completely different outfit! And if you are lucky like me to have a sister then I think you need not buy anything!😉
The look I created in this blog post is simple yet stunning! The long skirt doesn’t belong to me! I took it from my sister’s closet. She wore the skirt two years before on Diwali and since then it wasn’t worn. I paired it with a boat neck crop top which I actually bought to wear with a saree but couldn’t. So I took these two pieces which were never meant to style with each other but actually complemented the look as a whole when paired together!
If you see the color combination of this outfit, it is very different and originally this skirt was worn with a navy blue top which was it’s actual partner!! But I loved the way how this green boat neck crop top looked so graceful with this pink floral skirt!
To complete the look I just wore big enamel Jhumkas and a druzee ring & bracelet and I was good to go!
You can also mix and match your outfits just the way I did and create a completely different look for the upcoming festivals and weddings! Let’s reuse are beautiful ethnic wears this season and create looks which can beat anything bought new!
I hope you loved this short & sweet post! Do give your feedback and do not forget to tag me if you recreate this look! I will be coming up with more ethnic outfits and looks so stay tuned & keep styling!
Outfit: #Faballey #Indya https://www.houseofindya.com/