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Look at these Fusion, Ethnic Northeast Indian Outfits

Nov 13, 2017 18:12
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In an age where everything is new and trendy, fusion wear is just another amazing rage that has taken over the fashion world.

Time has changed and wonderful accessories have turned out to be a boon for all the women who love to experiment and dress up.

And belts are one of the most favoured accessory of all time! Thanks to models like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid, belts have become the IT accessory to own.

But while western outfits and belts seem to be the obvious choice, pairing them with Indian ensembles create a quirky and magnificent fashion statement! Here are some amazing ways to adapt this new trend and nail it effortlessly:

Amitabh Bachchan maybe the BIG B of Bollywood but here he is all about beyond his Filmy Zone and is seen in an Ethnic  Phom Naga Shawl which is indeed refreshing.

Related: Naga Shawls

Gwen Stefani is a world class act and a Fashion Icon. Here she is seen wearing a Assamese Gamosa . ‘No Doubt’  this is one way of saying that Gamosa has truly arrived in the world scene.

Related: North East Traditional Costumes

For this Dress Naga Designer Atsu Sekhose, a Naga designer got into a bit of a sticky situation, for incorporating a “Sangtam Male Shawl” into the wardrobe of Bollywood actress, Priyanka Chopra.

Related: 6 Naga Fashion Designers

Saree with belt

Wearing your saree with a belt is the latest fashion trend. Because if it’s feminine touch, it flatters your figure and helps you acquire that perfect hourglass shape. To create a very smart look with saree wear your saree in the pleated pallu style and tie a belt around your waist.

Related: Saree Styles Inspired by Dresses of NE India

Nevertheless this did raise eye balls and curiosity about Ethnic Northeast designs and patterns.

Fusion Saree

Masaba Gupta has sorted us out with this amazing saree hack and Sonam has been her gorgeous self in showing us how to work the hell out of this denim saree pant. This is an amazing way to wear a pleated saree that is tied on the waist with the help of the belt. Not only does this look great, but also gives a major fashion goal with its saree fusion.

Related: Five Unique Accessories from Northeast India

High low tunic

High-low tunics are the on-going trend, with multiple variations. These uneven hemlines not only add glam and volume to your look, but also every bit of ethnic! Keep the drama of the volume on-going by cinching your waist and creating a tremendous flare at the bottom with each step you take. Cinching at your waist not only creates volume but also helps in showcasing your hour-glass figure with subtlety.

Related: What Makes NorthEast Fashion So Unique

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