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Fancy Basics – Traditional Wear

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Fancy Basics – Traditional Wear

The month of October seems all packed with festivities, Dussehra, Durga Ashthami, Diwali, Karvachauth, Bhai Dooj and more. That and the whole wedding season till February/ March.

Most of you must have already started looking for traditional wear as most boutiques get booked way in advance, the good stuff gets sold out and there are plethora of options to explore which needs time, hence planning well in advance is always the right thing to do. With the upcoming festivities I too have been looking for possible options for myself for various occasions.

Now Suits, Sarees, Lehngas they are all the regular options that we always have, and the work gets richer and outfit heavier depending on the occasion we have to wear it too.

I love being all decked up, all that bling and jazz for rituals and festivals I am part of back home (read Delhi, with my family), but there are few traditional/social do’s I have to be a part of here in Hyderabad. These are the kind of occasions which demand traditional wear but not the kinds we wear at family do’s, something lighter and easy-breezy, minus all the sequins and bling. I personally prefer minimalism at such occasions and look for simple outfits with not much work on the fabric so I can play around with some statement accessories.

I recently got this ‘Corset Kurti-Phulkari Pants‘ combo from VesaOnline for one of such do. It’s a ready-made fancy traditional wear outfit that I got as a combo, though the pieces are available separately as well for sale. It’s perfect blend of ethnic and modern elements, the Kurti has crochet details on a black sheer silhouette while the pants have ‘Phulkari’ work. This is how I wore it:

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As I mentioned earlier, I prefer simpler outfits in terms of work to team them with some statement accessory pieces, I added some statement pieces here to bring out the outfit. The tassel earrings are from Aetee Designs and the pretty statement neck-piece & the edgy yet chic bracelet is from Youshine.in.

I purposely kept less jewelry on my hands as didn’t want to clutter the look with too many accessories.

As far as the utility of this outfit is concerned, besides just being worn together, the kurti and the pants can be worn separately as well with other items:

Kurti: The kurti can be teamed with ethnic (maxi) skirts, palazzos, pencil pants such as of brocade etc.

Pants: Basic kurtis, white button-down (long) shirts, crop tops, boxy tops and more.

(Outfit Details- Outfit: VesaOnline, Earrings: AeteeDesigns, Bracelet & Neckpiece: Youshine, Heels: Zara, Clutch: BCBG)

 Much Love.

4 Comments

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