Living in India, one thing you can't escape is its vast bouquet of festivals. I think there's not a single month, when we don't have some occasion or the other to celebrate. But come Oct-Nov, then there's a flood of it, lasting all the way till New Years Eve. 'Diwali' of course being the most awaited one, when we are in the most spending mood. During this time, not just we shop for ourselves, we gift others too; hence, it adds to the celebrations. Even a non-believer like me, can't help but take a plunge into the shopping extravaganza head on. Who doesn't like to to shop, right? For me everyday is a shopping day, more so, during shopping-seasons like festivals :-) But I get too scared of the crowds during this period in those shops and Malls. The wait it takes, for the over-worked busy salesmen to finally turn their attention us, the trail rooms where the line is never-ending. Not to mention missing out on most of the stuff, that's already flown off the rack. It can be tiring, frustrating and damn irritating. However, these days with e-commerce being the added blessing in our lives, we can shop from the comfort of our homes at just a click of our fingers, not to mention the huge sales & discounts, premium sites like Myntra offers. Making shopping such a delight rather than a chore. Talk of being royally pampered!
Here are the 4 exclusive Ethnic looks I created using the fabulous products from Myntra. Click on the shopping links below each look to grab them ~ they're disappearing fast ;-)
LOOK 1 : Its been more than a decade now, since I last wore a saree. Yes! that long! So, this season I wanna do something special with my ethnic look that I'm planning, which will surprise everyone. Saree is something everyone will least expect me to wear, so why not blow them away with a lovely pure-desi number. Plus, Saree always has that 'ethnic' look about them, no matter what their colour or fabric is. Afterall, it is the national dress of India, if I'm not wrong ;-) Myntra offers so many variety that I was lost at what to pick.
I wanted something suiting the festive occasion, but not too flashy as well. After literally scavenging through the site, I picked this elegant black Saree. It is so ME!! Accessorizing this beautiful designer silk embroidered saree was so much fun, I tell ya. Look for yourself what I chose. If Saree is unusual choice for me, the Heels are totally unexpected. I fell in love with them instantly. Good thing is that, they'll match other dresses too, thus, are versatile. Next, the crescent-shaped earrings with pearl-like bead and stone studded detail was too cute to resist. I had to pick the bracelet for the same reason. The royal clutch and awesome lipcolour finishes my look :-)
LOOK 2 : I, so loved this Salwar-Kurta set that comes with Dupatta. It is chick, elegant yet ethnic; what more can a girl want! And the colour so dreamy. With embroidered details, this woven salwar suit has a square neck and its churidar has tapered legs. With festive season being a busy one, preparing for guests, running around the house etc; this suit will be hassle-free to get work done while looking pretty. I've matched it with slip-on sandals which I feel will look good. I couldn't resist the cute earrings as well as the neck-piece that I noticed. I've kept a contemporary style bracelet ~ all accessories I've mix-matched. The sling bag is so adorable - its just made for the dress, don't you think? The Rosy coloured lip gloss will make my lips so lucious and a dash of perfume totally irrestistible. Don't you love my look 2? I think its gorgeous!
LOOK 3: Going ethnic is incomplete without a gorgeous Lehenga-Choli-Dupatta set. This particular colour combination blew my mind. The accessories i.e sandals, earrings, necklace, bracelet and hand-bag are pure indulgence. I'm doing bit of mix-match again. I'm keeping my lips bright this time. All set to celebrate \:D/
LOOK 4: Adding bit drama to my wardrobe this festive season, I'll go for a bit heavier look in my final ensemble. The colour I chose is definitely drama, and this Lehenga-Choli-Dupatta set is just right for celebrations time. It has net overlay, contrast embroidered detail and zari work. Ooh...looks so cool, doesn't it? I've chosen elegant heels, jhumka earrings, lovely dangling bangles and a cute red handbag along with bright lipstick and nail colour. Party Time \YAY/
So, there you go!!! All my ethnic ensembles are ready :-) Loved creating them. Thank you Myntra for the infinite choices you gave.
This post is part of #UniqueEthnicLook contest.
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