Say bye to regular salwars and try these Latest Indian Ethnic Trends

“When the woman flaunts in ethnic wear its beauty receives more adulation as it emblems her power, inner beauty, decency and quality.” From fasting to taking part in pujas these upcoming festivals need something interesting when it comes to dressing. The true beauty of traditional wear lies in the fact that it doesn’t subscribe to arbitrary age restrictions. With the modern changes to wardrobe, our Bollywood celebrities have mixed and matched traditional ethics with Latest Indian Ethnic Trends. They have said bye to our regular salwars and pyjamas and scroll our gallery to check what is making their wardrobe interesting this season.

New-age bottoms, whether they are draped skirts or dhoti pants, can inject your look with millennial cred. And that’s just one reason to embrace them. If you are not so interested in wearing lehngas you can just try Alia and Kareena move by taking your hands on shararas. Step ahead and add some flair with embroidery that complements your kurta. If you want easy and quick dressing you can try Mira Rajput, and Athiya Shetty style by choosing the dhoti, which can be worn with an off-shoulder cape. To enjoy the summer vibes you can try palazzo. Palazzo is the most comfortable outfit for the summer wardrobe. Just like Sonam Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra and Shilpa Shetty have proved that nothing can be better than Palazzo. One more way to give a variation to your dressing is, choosing Deepika Padukone draped skirt. A draped skirt is a utilitarian separate to own in your Indian ethnic wear wardrobe.

Try these trendy looks for sassy summers. And don’t forget “The only thing that compliments every fashion sense is carrying a big smile proudly.”

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