Indian Ethnic Wear- Dipti K

It is rightly said,

” A girl never buys her first Saree that she wears… She chooses from the wardrobe of her Mother.”


After my Mother’s closet, it has been my Mother- in-law’s closet which has been a treasure box for me.


An insight into my Wardrobe Lover will let you know that variation is the key to a stylized closet. With a constant evolution in the field of Indian wear, the market has seen the advent of a number of varied fabric, thereby giving fashion a complete new turn.

When I think of fashion in India, one of the finest choices that pops up in my mind is Ethnic wear. Salwar suits and Sarees have an amazing ethnicity of their own that make them stand a class apart at any occasion that I don them in.

When quickly looked at the latest fashion trends that have come up, I get to see a lot of unusual cuts and fabrics being used in them. To add on to the glamour, I can always make a few additions by using the accessories to hike up the look.


No matter what kind of event or occasion I attend, a beautiful piece of Saree coordinated with the right kind of accessories can make me look elegant. Even during the most important events in my life, I cannot imagine wearing anything other than ethnic wear. Ethnic wear like Sarees and Salwar suits never go out of fashion, they are so versatile that I can wear them to any and every occasion.


One thing about Salwar suit is that I will never run out of options in this case. There are varieties galore from which I can make my selection from. This helps me choose from the variety of styles that are available at my disposal. I make sure that I keep the length of the Salwar suit in mind. Wearing dresses that are of the inappropriate length can be a great turn off.


When I think of that drop dead gorgeous look for any occasion, I just cannot exclude those breath-taking pieces of jewellery that I team up with my Salwar suits and Sarees. In fact jewellery is one of the best ways to compliment my attire at any point of time.


To sum it up,

” Create your own style. Let it be unique for yourself and identifiable for others.”

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