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    4 Unconventional Ways To Style An Indian Outfit

    4 Unconventional Ways To Style An Indian Outfit

    Welcome to the second half of 2022. The monsoon is setting in, the heat is getting better, and we can see people stepping out as the pandemic starts to fade out. With it, wedding season will soon be upon us. And now is the time, ladies, to get back to the wardrobe and find pieces that need altering or restyling. If you are wondering how to go about it, get in touch with Binks! Our tailors are pros at customising Indian outfits for any occasion, and we can guarantee that the outfit will be everything you want.

    Indian outfits are now evolving. It is no longer about draping a saree with multiple pleats or wearing a churidar with juttis. If you are looking for styling inspiration to sport these new customisation, you have come to the right place. With festivals and weddings quickly becoming our own personal fashion show, here are four unconventional ways in which you can style your Indian outfit.

    Shirt with a skirt

    Karan Johar’s films always give us something new to aspire to in terms of fashion. His last outing Ae Dil He Mushil, too, gave us something to try. Still considered one of the quirkiest trends, the crisp shirt with lehenga is a cult favorite. This one is a perfect choice if you are just dipping your toes in pushing your fashion style. The trick is to let the skirt do the talking. Oh, let’s not forget the grand Kundan necklace she wore.

    Shirt with a skirt
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    Blazer with a saree

    A blazer with a saree has a very formal vibe. It is the perfect amalgamation of western and Indian wear. A blazer here can be a silk shirt stitched like a blazer. Since worn with a saree, there is room to experiment. Get a tie-up blazer, or pair an abstract printed saree with a boxy, cropped one – either way, this pairing is for those who dare to be bold.

    Blazer with a saree
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    Lehenga with boots

    This one is sorted of tried and tested. Lehenga with comfortable sneakers or boots quickly became a popular trend because ladies were finally glad to be rid of high heels that needed replacement in the middle of the night. The comfortable shoe trend is one thing we can really get behind because every one of us can relate to the sweet relief we get from switching heels to flats after a long night of dancing. While we spoke about comfort here, brands understand the need of the hour and have come up with really cool options. Sneakers or boots are now available with sequins, abstract prints, funky colors, and more!

    Lehenga with boots
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    Saree with pants

    The vibe from Festival de Cannes is still in the air and if there is one key takeaway from these celebrity red carpet appearances is that confidence is everything. So when we saw this style of draping on several fashion influencers, we were certain it would soon become the mainstream trend. What are we talking about? Saree draped with pants! This styling is chic, quirky, and absolutely badass. It might take a few tries to get it right, but trust us – it is so worth it…

    Saree with pants
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    There is another reason why these unconventional styling options have gained popularity. Fashion and clothes are no longer about keeping up with trends – it is about comfort and sustainability. People are looking to be their own inspiration and try out styling that suits their mood and personal style. It is also the reason for ‘dopamine dressing’ to become a popular trend in 2022. If you are looking to know more about it, read our blog.

    Similarly, sustainability has become a mainstream topic when it comes to fashion. It is no longer about buying an expensive outfit because it is the trend; it is now about owning a piece that can be repurposed and worn more than once. Trying to build a sustainable wardrobe? Start with these simple steps.

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