Okay, so I love the fusion look. Blending contemporary with traditional Indian wear looks fantastic when done right. The trick is to do is subtly.
Pair your LBD or little black dress with a gorgeous pair of Jhumkas. Believe me, they will look exemplary. However, don’t go for gaudy Jhumkas. What I mean to say is overly colourful or too many stones.
Saree with a shirt or a t-shirt look oh-so-stylish. Pair a lovely saree with a plain shirt or a cropped t-shirt. For this look, keep the jewellery minimal. Either go for studs or a delicate bracelet. For footwear, you can opt for nude heels.
A long kurta can be paired with ripped jeans and ankle-length boots. This look is super cool and offers so much comfort. Even if you are going clubbing, this look will make you look unique yet sexy. However, don’t overdo it with jewellery. Pair of earrings are more than enough.
If you own a traditional lehenga which is simple and not too heavy, you can use it as a skirt and pair it with a cropped top. If the lehenga is too simple, you can finish your look with a statement necklace otherwise opt for silver earrings.
An ethnic long shrug can be paired with a t-shirt and shorts or jeans. Just let your hair down and wear simple sandals, your look is complete. To amp it up, pair it with matching traditional earrings.
Your trusted Anarkali can be paired with a denim shirt or denim jacket for a lovely Indo-western look. This look is perfect for both casual and evening wear.