10 Celeb Inspired Indo-Western Looks You Have To Try This Diwali
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Fusion wear is always a great idea for some unique style. It can be a simple saree paired with a shirt, distressed jeans paired with a really sequinned top, or just two modern, interesting silhouettes together. Contemporary meets traditional, and modern meets old-world charm. These few differences can make the world of a difference to your ensemble. Here are a few celeb inspired Indo western outfits for you to take a cue and mix-match the right way!
Swara Bhaskar wore this asymmetrical top and instead of pairing it with something too Indian, she chose to wear it with straight fit cigarette pants. She kept her earrings long, dangling and very Indian in the ethos. The bun too, adds a great overall twist to the outfit.
Clever styling tricks are the name of the game when it comes to doing fusion right, and who better than Dia Mirza to show you that?! She paired a jumpsuit with a big, ethnic necklace in silver. She Kept everything else muted and let the jewellery be the stand-out piece. Easy peasy, isn’t it?
Malaika Arora Khan has never been shy of experimenting with fabrics, silhouettes or for that matter, styles too. The actress paired her brocade lehenga skirt with a black, high neck, almost sheer top that is western in cut and form but goes so well with a traditional Indian skirt such as this one.
Well, we don’t have to say much here. What a blank white canvas is to a painter, a white shirt is to a fashionista. We all love this look and how her style just keeps getting better day by day. Reinvent your white shirt, girls!
Yes, mix the off shoulder top with a traditional embroidered skirt to bring out the best of this outfit. Diana Penty has paired her lehenga skirt with a very casual and bohemian top that makes this outfit just perfect for any occasion.
If you thought these are going out of vogue, think again! Here’s a great makeover for the basic waistcoat. We’re in love with Karisma’s embellished sleeveless jacket, not only does it go with her ruffled dress but it makes for great fusion wear outfit too! You can get one stitched, just take a print out already!
Freida Pinto is definitely the Queen of sass when it comes to western dressing, but this white jumpsuit with delicate silver aari work is Indian in thought and feel. And with that pearly white blazer, she just took the ensemble to another level altogether. We’re completely crushing on it!
Such a pretty combo of bohemian meets traditional Indian motifs. This outfit is a total winner! The top is casual and anti fit, unlike the typical choli. We’re loving the minimal makeup, a side swept pony with just the addition of a maang tikka for some bling and the fact that she went sans dupatta to nail the fusion theme. This look is brave yet breezy!