Bored of the same ol' ethnic saris and salwars? Then, check out these styling hacks inspired by master couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee
New Delhi: The festive season is in full swing and so are the Holi after parties. If you are in a dilemma over what outfit to wear, we have the perfect solution straight from the runway.
Take a cue from designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee to amp up your regular ethnic outfits with great styling hacks. The master couturier is well-known for his opulent, larger-than-life take on Indian garments and so, here are some hacks to add a Sabyasachi touch to your outfit.
Go all out with florals
One of the trademark Sabyasachi move is to dress head-to-toe in matching florals. So, all you need is to go all out with florals with a matching sari and blouse or salwar-kurta.
Stripe the blouse
Planning to wear a sari to the card party? Then, give the regular blouse a miss and add a Sabya touch with a colour block striped T-shirt.
Belt up wisely
Belts are a great way to keep the pallu or dupatta and place as well as to add a chic look to an otherwise boring outfit. Sabya knows. Here's how the designer accessorises a sari and bandhgala kurta with a belt.
Dress down your lehenga
Worried if your lehenga is too OTT (over the top) for the Diwali bash? Then, take a cue from the designer to pair it with a sweatshirt for an instantly cool outfit.
Wear your crown
Ethnic outfits don't always have to be worn with heavy jewellery, you can wear a sari or Anarkali with a jewelled headband for an equally stylish ensemble.
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Last Updated 10, Mar 2019, 1:05 PM