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Bollywood’s idea of what is “cool” is often borrowed from western shores. While you might see the occasional Fabindia kaftan and ethnic jewellery, Bollywood stars and the fans who replicate their looks have never embraced unadulterated desi style. Obviously, this is in sharp contrast to the boujee poshness of the bandage...Read more >
Wearing your first gown marks your transition into a grown-up, but wearing your first sari marks your transition into a lady. If this coming-of-age milestone didn’t seem daunting enough from afar, trying to step into your mum’s shoes and wearing her prized brocade should do it. There’s no discounting the...Read more >
Bottoms up The humble salwar may have stood the test of time, but that shouldn’t stop you from updating your Indian ethnic wear wardrobe with more of-the-moment alternatives to team your kurtas and jackets with. New-age bottoms, whether they’re draped skirts or dhoti pants, can inject your look with millennial...Read more >
When you choose to wear ethnic clothes, it is important to choose the right pair of shoes to complement your look. Gold will always be a classic color staple and must have for every shoe lover’s collection. A pair of good gold heels or flats will never fail an Indian...Read more >
Despite its nascent stage, fashion in India is burgeoning like never before: in the streets, in designer boutiques, and right onto international runways and red carpets! Whether it’s street style or branded and designer wear, the Indian trends scene is close to striking the perfect balance between all three. Bringing...Read more >
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