Everything Ethnic

Model Wearing Massimo DuttiI know Diwali is long gone pollution, on the other hand, is still here :P. Delhi people have a death wish by God, we are basically living in a death chamber for fuck’s sake. I hope you guys are seriously taking care of yourself, wearing masks and what not.

Wearing Massimo Dutti black mesh skirtAnyways in this post, I have curated two ethnic Diwali looks, This one is a little bit revealing so it’s befitting for house parties and clubs. I have paired black crop top from Zara with my favourite black mesh skirt from Massimo Dutti and necklace from Forever 21. Processed with VSCO with av8 preset I personally don’t like to wear very heavy Indian wear and that too in small get-togethers. So to keep it light, having one statement skirt or a very easy breezy lehenga can be a good investment. Wearing Black Massimo Dutti Mesh skirtIt can be paired up with crop tops, bralettes or designer choli and don’t forget one statement jewellery to complete the look.

Processed with VSCO with av8 presetMy second outfit is traditional yet modern and elegant. I just love this lehenga choli/ corset. I bought it from Ritu Kumar last year for my brother’s wedding. Its super light and chic at the same time. I Know heavily printed clothes can’t be everybody’s cup of tea. I can also recommend sober colours with a little embroidery and a good hairdo with one statement piece. Processed with VSCO with av8 presetThis is it, for now, have fun this festival and coming wedding season:)

Model wearing ethnic wear from Ritu Kumar.Processed with VSCO with av8 preset