Fusion dressing is always fun and will make you stand out of the crowd, no matter what. If your bestie is getting married and you want to wear something fuss-free, easy and relaxed for her wedding functions, here are 15 fusion outfits that’ll make you look stylish AF!
No one will expect you to wear a racerback top with your favourite flared palazzos, right? Surprise everyone at the wedding by working this haute combination. Instead of opting for heels, slip into a pair of sneakers or ballerinas for an even more stylish look.
A pop of bright pink can never go wrong at any event. For your bestie’s wedding functions, wear a bright colour suit with cropped and fray-edged jeans in an unexpected colour like white. Pair it with sneakers or even slogan slip-ons to look amazing!POPxo Recommends: Pink And Orange Kurta (Rs 769)
4. A Piece Of Paradise
Don’t we all love the paisley print? Well, sure we do and this colour blocked dress is just the right kinda fusion dressing to flaunt at your bestie’s sangeet function. Put your hair in a fishtail braid and accessorize with turquoise slip ons and you’re all set for the wedding celebrations.POPxo Recommends: Paisley Print Dress (Rs 1,734)
5. Crop Top & Pant Style!
Brocade is as ethnic and dressy as it gets and to add a little twist, wear a brocade crop top with plain coloured palazzo pants. They’re really casual yet have a very blingy appeal because of the copper coloured tone! Pair it with gladiator sandals and loose waves.POPxo Recommends: Brocade Golden Top (Rs 999), Black Palazzo Pants (Rs 1,099)
6. Shirt-Saree Combo!
This blue saree looks straight out of a fairytale. It’s traditional with just a touch of gold in the border. Wear it with a shirt blouse that makes this look a little more modern, sophisticated and hep - just how the bestie of the bride should look!
Quirk up your look with a colourful ethnic jacket over your regular shirt and trousers. Wear this aztec print jacket with a pair of brogues instead of juttis and pair it with some contemporary jewellery for a chic look.POPxo Recommends: Printed Orange Jacket (Rs 1,799); Off-White Churidaar (Rs 799); Off-White Shirt Kurta (Rs 2,300)
8. Red Hot Alert!
Have straight white trousers in your work wardrobe? Spin it around and wear it with a kurta for a fun, relaxed boho look. This look will especially work if you’re tall and can work the long kurta style with ease. Give it a desi touch by wearing traditional leather Kolhapuris!POPxo Recommends: Red Palazzo Set (Rs 1,200)
9. Add Some Pleats
Give your classic kurta a high couture spin by adding a cut-out detail and some pleats at the most unexpected places. Pair it with stilettos and silver jewellery to look classy! The guests are sure to check out the bride’s bestie in this fab outfit.POPxo Recommends: Pleated Top And Pants (Rs 3,600)
10. Make A Bright Splash
If you’re the girl who loves going bold and bright, pick this! A peplum style top or kurti paired with your favourite bright coloured palazzos and espadrilles will make you stand out of the crowd.
Pair your favourite asymmetrical kurta or dress with a pair of pants or even ripped denims. Make some beach waves and get the traditional fusion game rolling! If you’re in the mood to experiment, add a jacket over it to look fabulous!POPxo Recommends: Blush Pink Asymmetrical Suit (Rs 1,950)
12. Drape Drama
You can do a lot to make your outfit more fusion than traditional just by the way it is draped! Wear a U-shaped pleated kurta with your dhoti pants to give it an edge. Pair these with embroidered or embellished sneakers to work up the quirk in your look!POPxo Recommends: Draped U-Shaped Kurta Suit (Rs 2,730)
13. Pant Style Flare!
A little flare goes a long way, ladies! Take your regular kurta, make a slit on one side of it and wear it with fitted jeggings or distressed jeans! And while accessorizing your look for the wedding function, pair it with some good ol’ tribal jewellery for a fun, Indo-western look.POPxo Recommends: Slit Out Kurta With Pants (Rs 3,700)
14. Edgy Dhoti Salwar
Ditch the regular salwar and opt for one without the added volume. This pretty, bold red dhoti-style salwar paired with a kurti will look great on every body type. It’s a great way to use your kurtis and look pretty at your bestie ki Shaadi!
Use your anarkalis in different ways, girls. Wear your favourite anarkalis sans the churidaar or the bottoms to look absolutely fabulous! If you’re the bestie who’s very bold and experimental, ditch the heels and opt for a pair of joggers instead, and dance all through the night. POPxo Recommends: Blue Traditional Dress (Rs 2,850)So girls, which one will you be trying?