Minimal ethnic grace

Happy Rakshabandhan to you all!
The ceremony of love, care, sweets & gifts is finally here. For me rakshabandhan is the start of all lovely festivals, the festivals of faith, lights, traditional cuisines & of course ethnic outfits. There is something auspicious & warm about ethnic fashion that takes you to another level, it  instantly sets your class. The colours, textures, designs are so rich that anyone would say there’s nothing as graceful as a woman dressed in ethnic fashion.
Ethnic is amazing but not every girl is comfortable wearing lehenga-choli or anarkali suit with heavy jhumkas & delicate necklaces. Some girls like to celebrate quite wild, they like to have fun & dance like a hippie without worrying about dropping their earrings & staining their expensive anarkali suit with gulab jamun & jalebi.
So this post is for every crazy, hippie babe who is so excited for this time of the year that she forgets to plan her ethnic wardrobe,  it’s a minimal yet ethnic look where you can just put together everything you already have in your wardrobe. Hey girls, this could be your emergency ethnic look as well 🙂




We all have a white or any plain coloured kurti, light color would be great to style with random multicoloured accessories & sandals. I always go for a white kurti with a flashy salwar or dhoti for little dramatic or intense ethnic feel, accessorise with few bangles with different designs & colours. Girls ethnic chappals are back in trend to save you so go for it. Do not forget to add a bindi, it gives every girl a womanlike charm. So guys this is my emergency ethnic look, I’ll leave you to enjoy the pics now, let me know what you think & some ideas as well because sharing is caring 🙂




Enjoy every day & very moment of this festive season Bagnizers, love you all!
Featured brands:
White kurti by Morpankh via Central fashion store
Pink dhoti from Pantaloons Fashion
Earrings & bangles from Lokhandwala market
Ethnic chappals by Street Style Store



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