Brightening our regular Mondays is the occasion of Janmashtami today. The festive season has started which means all of the days need to be well cherished even at home while you ensure your ethnic style is on fleek. For the occasion of Janmashtami today, you need to work on both your Monday blues and the joyous occasion - well for that, you can go for ethnic mixed with western styles; from anarkalis to sharara pants, the list can be endless. If you're still looking for ways to deck up for this festival, we have some easy ways that will help you nail traditional fashion for Janmashtami.
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Nail Janmashtami Festivities With These Traditional Fashion Looks
1. Ethnic Twists - The Kurta-Skirt Combo
This stylish twist of pairing kurtas with skirts make you have an ethnic edge over western styling. While both the outfits hold different styles, choose something that complements each other with their uniqueness and colour schemes.
2. A Timeless, Ravishing Red Appeal
Be it a kurta or a saree, the festive season brings an opportunity to up your fashion game and nothing suites the criteria better like a deep red, Indian traditional ensemble. Extend a royal touch to the traditional, red ensembles with those having intricate designs and embroidery yet suits the modern-day fashion sensibilities.
3. Revamp With Sharara Suits
What's best about sharara suits is that their unique and contemporary style, as compared to other Indian ethnic suits, make them standout outfits. Shararas give a reflection of elegance that allow you to make a great style statement while looking traditional and ethnic at the best.
4. Pristine White Ensembles
Whether it is the subdued appeal of the colour or the contrasting hues imprinted on them, white ensembles are a beautiful personification of class, elegance and minimalism. It brings style and simplicity in the frame, all at the same time. Make sure the ensembles come with a voluminous ghera and light fabric that adds to the overall appeal.
5. Warm, Bright Finesse Of The Anarkali
One of the best ways to look festive is to complement the occasion with your finesse and warm colour schemes. Think red, orange, and yellow family colours like scarlet, amber, gold that manages to highlight the joyous occasion. You can go for pleated Anarkali that lend a contemporary touch to this Indian outfit.
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