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7 Top Ethnic Fashion Trends for the Festive Season

Elegance, grace, beauty, and perfection! That's what ethnic clothes personify!

No matter how many western wear clothes we own in our closet, the Indian ethnic outfits hold a special place in our hearts and our wardrobes. Nothing can beat the charm of resplendent embroideries, vibrant colours, rich fabrics, elaborate patterns, rich craftsmanship, and intricate designs.

As the festive season is approaching, it's time to grace the special occasions with true Indian ethnic style! If you are confused about what you should wear on upcoming festive occasions, we bring to you the latest and the best trends in ethnic fashion wear that will help you stand out from the rest.

We, at Mehar, have come up with interesting and stylish ethnic wear options for you to choose from and flaunt your Indianness with pride on festive occasions. Whether its Diwali, Durga Puja, or Navaratri, we have got you the perfect ethnic outfits for all your favorite festivities.

Timeless Sarees

Timeless Sarees

Considered as the epitome of elegance and grace; sarees are the symbol of National pride, a true example of rich craftsmanship of India. Available in a myriad range of fabrics, designs and intricate patterns, sarees are the timeless pieces of clothing that have ruled the hearts of Indian women since eternity! Be it any wedding, festival, or special occasion, this six yards of royalty is worn by Indian women with élan.

And you can't just beat the classic silk sarees! Be it the rich, traditional Kanjivaram silk saree, or the finest of royal Banarasi saree that originated from the Ghats of Banaras (Varanasi); a sari is a forever piece of clothing that will never go out of trend!

So, what are you waiting for, Ladies? Just go on, and welcome the finest of sarees into your closet this festive season!

Dhoti Pants and Kurti

Traditionally, dhotis were worn by men in the Indian subcontinent, however, as fashion evolved over a period of time, dhoti pants have entered into the women fashion as well. Loosely fitted, comfortable, and visually appealing; dhoti salwars are a rage these days.

No wonder, dhoti pants have created ripples in the movie and fashion industry. Bollywood stars such as Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha, Karisma Kapoor, and many more have worn dhoti pants with panache on various occasions.

The best thing about dhotis is that they complement every body type. Are you heading off to play Garba during Navratri, or to attend some pre-Diwali party or any festive event? Wear dhoti pants with a silk kurti and you are set to make heads turn.

Team your dhoti pants with beautiful kurtis, add jhumkas, statement necklace, and juttis to complete the look and you are all set to cast the majestic spell!

Dhoti Pants and Kurti

Free-Flowing Kaftans

Free-Flowing Kaftans

Known for their functional, breezy silhouettes, and easy-going aesthetics; the kaftans witnessed a huge resurgence during the lockdown period. No wonder, flowy kaftans became an instant favourite among Bollywood stars such as Kareena Kapoor Khan and Malaika Arora who flaunted their kaftans with élan. Available in a variety of eye-catching prints such as Bandhani, and geometric patterns, Kaftans are not just a favourite among celebrities but masses too.

Palazzos with Kurtis

Palazzos with Kurtis

Do you want to stand out from the crowd? Well, then palazzos should be a must-have in your wardrobe. Roomy, comfortable, and fashionable; palazzos can be worn with both ethnic as well as western wear. You can wear them with kurtis or crop tops. The choice is yours! Depending upon your body shape, you can play around with different kinds of kurtis and tops for pairing them with palazzos - Angrakha style, A-line, asymmetrical, slits or straight.

Crop Top with Sharara

Crop Top with Sharara

Take a beautiful sharara from your closet and pair it with a pretty crop top and what you get is a fashionable Indo-western style outfit. One of the hottest trends among ethnic wear is the Indo-western styling. Heavily embroidered crop tops in vibrant colors look trendy when they are paired with a single or a multi-tiered sharara. Give a refreshing spin to your printed sharara by pairing it with a printed crop top. Style the OOTD (outfit of the day) with blingy stilettoes and you are set to make heads turn!

Peplum Top with Sharara

Peplum Top with Sharara

Are you thinking of wearing something different this festive season? How about pairing an ethnic peplum top with sharara? Peplum tops are one of the most versatile outfits that can go with both traditional as well as Indio-western attires.

The fit and flare style of the peplum tops beautifully accentuate the curves. With their fun, feminine, and trendy look, ethnic styled peplum tops are just exactly what you need to update your festive wardrobe. The best part about peplum tops is that they suit every body type.

Make a major fashion statement on upcoming pre-Diwali party by pairing an intricately embellished peplum top with a beautiful sharara. Add chandbalis, choker necklace, and traditional juttis to complete the ethnic ensemble!

Elevate Your Style with Jackets and Capes

Capes and easy-breezy jackets lend that glamorous spark to your ethnic look while offering the maximum comfort. After all, a little bit of layering over your favourite ethnic attire goes a long way towards elevating your style. Whether with a floor-length dress, kurti, or a lehenga, you can wear jackets and capes in order to add that special edge to your ethnic outfit!

Pick a floor-length ethnic jacket and wear it over a lehenga and you would be amazed to see how the look gets completely transformed!

Elevate Your Style with Jackets and Capes

A Touch of Tradition

A Touch of Tradition!

These are some of the thoughtfully chosen ethnic outfits and fashion trends that are perfect for special, festive occasions. As the festive season approaches, it's time to continue the never-ending love affair with classy and sophisticated Indian ethnic wear! Once you have these staples in your wardrobe, you can create a look that is exclusively yours!

 
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