Indian Ethnic Must-haves

There are a number of choices when it comes to choosing from Indian ethnic wear. Beautifully embroidered clothes, colorful thread works and also, we have so many options to choose from prints to styles as the specialities comes from different parts of India. But still, there are some essential things which are not to be missed upon..

Heavy Dupatta

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A heavy embroidered dupatta is a must have in your wardrobe. Any work done heavily on these, looks extremely astonishing and vibrant. Thread work looks the best and classy too. These can give any single colored Salwar-Kameez a more colorful touch and a rich look. Also, as a stole with a saree, it gives a trendy and a more enhanced look.

Sari

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A Saree is undoubtedly the most loved ensemble of India as it is just perfect for any occasion. From sober to sexy, any look can be achieved gracefully. Some plain sarees(basically georgette) and some designer ones are a must in any closet.

Kurta

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The kurtas, Worked ones or plain, long lengthed or short, let you toss around with your style and mood. Pairing them with a churidaar, pants/jeans, patiala salwar or a dhoti will give you a casual as well as a chic look. A nice mix of silk, georgette, cotton and linen can complete your wardrobe.

Blouse

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A sparkling sequin blouse can give life to your plain saree. Also, a designer saree can look ravishing with it. Silver, golden and black are three basic colors that every woman should own in her blouse collection.  Hence, If you want to increase your glam quotient, then you must update you wardrobe with these.

Leggings 

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Leggings are so versatile that they can not only just be worn with a kurta/kurti but with tunics, long shirts or a short kurta. Market is flooded with colorful leggings which you can match with every kurta you have. But remember, whatever colors you may have, your legging collection is incomplete without black and white. These two colors alone can get along with a lot of your kurtis. There are ankle lengthed ones which look more cute with tunics and long shirts, and there are long churidar leggings as well. Churidaar with kurtis could be worn without a dupatta.

Kolhapuri chappals/Juttis

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The magic of these cute, colorful and cultural juttis is that, these can go with every Indian outfit. You can wear them with a kurti, pattiala salwar, ethnic skirts and even with a saree. These come in beautiful colors and also in neutral colors for daily wear. Putting them on can give a complete ethnic touch to your look.

Patiala Salwaar

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Patiala Salwars are not simple salwars. Rather, they are made in a different way and have a great fusion of utility and style which makes them a must-have in our wardrobe’s. Because of there versatile behavior, they can go with loose tunics, Kurtis as well as long shirts which gives a casual and a peppy look. Just one multi-colored patiala can go with many colors and this is why it becomes an essential piece.

Ethnic skirts

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An ethnic skirt is for sure an incredible and comfortable Indian ethnic staple. An ethnic skirt looks great when worn with a beautiful top and an embroidered Jodhpuri jacket over it. A plain tank top paired with a voluminous skirt gives you a hippie vibe with a chic and casual look together. Do not forget to accessorize well.

Silver jewelry

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Silver Jewelry is a beautiful and an adorable thing to have. It effortlessly brings grace to your look with a traditional and cultural touch. Wearing silver jhumkis or bangles with kurtis and saris will do wonders with your personality. You must invest in some nice silver jewelry for your wardrobe.

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