Eid is just around the corner and while the ladies were stuck in the dilemma of what to wear, we thought of Fusion - the fusion of western with ethnic, the fusion of modernity with culture, the fusion which enables us to blend skills and crafts across boundaries. It is in exquisite fusion that we curated some exquisite looks which blend classic embroideries with modish cuts and curves - all in the Kashmiri Way. The ensembles make perfect picks for ladies who carefully tread the path between tradition and modernity.
The Ethnic Look
This peach kurta with golden zari work is a perfect pick for Eid, it is stylish and made breathable and subtly formal because of its brushed crepe fabric.
Style Tip: Wear bold red lips and smokey eyes for this look. For jewelry, we’d recommend classic Indian Jhumkas, a golden clutch and bindi.
The Carefree Look
An abstracted Kaftan allows you to relax and look effortlessly charming. It has vibrant colors and golden danglers at the border.
Style Tip: Team up this look with smokey eyes and a golden bracelet.
The Rooted To Tradition Look
This shrug inspires a look that is rooted to tradition. With vertical stripes flowing all across it, the contemporary silhouette has a broad floral border and all the summery colors.
Style Tip: Wear this shrug with a high-neck mustard top and green palazzos and accessorize with a heavy statement neck-piece.
The Chic Look
This peach and blue shrug with floral print has golden Tilla work border which makes it a perfect blend of ethnic and western style.
Style Tip:Pair it up with a nude colored top, a brown belt and ripped night blue denims.Play with makeup in this look by putting a bit of glitter on your lips.
The Casual Fusion Look
This multi colored shrug with geometry print has a silver tilla border. It can be styled both in ethnic and western way.
Style Tip: Team up the look with rugged black jeans, a light purple velvet top and white sneakers.
Now that we are sorted out with the look, let us imbibe it on the festival of peace and joy.
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