3 styles of ethnic to try this Diwali

The festival of lights is right around the corner and it’s time for numerous family functions and wedding invitations. While ethnic wear is the style of the season, we each have our own way of interpreting it. In this blog we explore three interesting ethnic styles you can adopt depending on the occasion:

The Edgy Mix Print Look

If you’re someone who follows the latest fashion trends, then this is how you can incorporate it into your ethnic look. Try pairing a full sleeve cold shoulder top with an ethnic print maxi skirt. You can also mix and match printed palazzos with a contrasting off shoulder top for an edgy look. The key to standing out is matching the right fashion trend to the right ethnic outfit.

The Ethnic Meets Casual Look

If you want to add an ethnic feel to your everyday look, there are numerous outfit options to choose from. You can choose from an array of simple kurtis, off shoulder and full sleeve printed tops. They are light, airy and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. You can also pair pastel palazzos with a simple crop top. By simply adding jumkas and a statement necklace you have a new look for the evening too!

The Traditional with A Twist Look

If however, you prefer a more traditional look but still with a touch of modernity, we have a look for you too. Why not choose light coloured kurtis with a high low hem? You can show off your printed palazzos while still meeting the ethnic requirement. You can also try a half sleeved kurti with a collar for a more refined outfit.

This Diwali, break away from the mundane fashion styles you always opted for. Rather experiment with the trendy new looks we at Pantaloons have designed for every need!