After almost two years of pandemic and endless chaos, our many festivals' lost spark and colours somewhat return to their old selves this year. This Raksha Bandhan, don't let your inner diva stay quiet. You know that nothing beats ethnic and regal traditional wear to celebrate our Indian festivities. But if you still haven't thought about what you are going to wear this Raksha Bandhan, we are here to help you-
Wear ethnic clothing in pastel colours
Pastel colours such as peaches, pinks, blues are something you can not go wrong with. When it comes to sticking out and having a look uniquely yours, wearing pastel clothing can be your go to, the key is to style well. You can wear kurtis, maxi skirt and shirt, sharara and what not of pastel shades.
The sharara is a traditional royal look. This outfit can accommodate either an unusual or more conventional colour preference. Of you don't want to go overboard for the occasion, get a sharara with subtle prints and hues. Accessorize it well to complete the look.
The stunning Anarkali Suits are the first thing that come to mind when you think about Indian clothing. The Anarkali style suit is a statement piece due to its timeless, trendy appearance. Whether in an Angrakha type or a knee-length suit, this style would look fantastic on any body shape.
The Perfect Organza Saree
Who thinks wearing a saree is only appropriate for grand and lavish events? You can sport a saree on any occasion. One of the most exquisite silks, organza has a decidedly feminine charm. It has become increasingly fashionable because of its softness and delicacy. It differs from other straightforward weaves because of its solid fall and transparent appearance. Thus, you can give organza saree a try this festive season.
Play around with textures, designs, and silhouettes to create the ideal ethnic fusion Rakhi dress. Fusion clothing is just the most amazing and can set itself apart from traditional clothing. The traditional attire consists primarily of a saree and a salwar kameez, although these clothes are modified by adding a western touch. The Indo-Western clothing situation is admirable since it mixes the modern style and traditional Indian ethnic wear.
If you prefer to keep things simple and calm, choose light-coloured traditional Chikankari ethnic kurti. Take a cue from Kiara, who looks stunning in a kurta for essential occasions like Raksha Bandhan and outdoor escapades. You can follow her example in styling these kurtas with palazzos and bottoms for a chic brunch appearance. Her lehenga choli had lovely stitching and a border made of silver. The outfit had the perfect balance of class and sass. You can wear that too for Raksha Bandhan.