How could we actually miss this one out? Festivals are all about jazz and bling and off course dolling up. By now most of you might have had your rakhi outfits sorted. But if not here are a few quickies on how to restyle your wardrobe for some dope rakhi outfits.
Pull out those long skirts hanging back in your wardrobes and slay them with a solid shirt or a crop top. If not a skirt you can go in for an old lehenga, ditch the choli and style it with a plain shirt if the lehenga is brocade.
You can also go vice versa if you have a nice printed shirt pair it with a solid skirt and you are good to go. To complete the whole look you can add on quirky silver jewellery and may be a potli bag too.
Revamp those old school anarkalis to something a little more funky.Pair the kurti with a cool print and throw on a shrug for a statement look. If you can carry it the classic way that is always better though. Add on jewellery some jewellery to complete your look.
Up your suit game with a really heavy dupatta. Heavy doesn’t necessarily refer to embroidered it can be some beautiful prints, an extravagant brocade, little nalki’s, fine silk , tassel dupattas or just bordered ones. You can pair them with pretty much anything.The plain suit and heavy dupatta classic never really goes wrong.
Flowy camisoles or flowy chiffon dresses both of them can be perfectly restyled into indowestern ensembles. All you need to do is mix and match textural fabrics. Pick the right colours and prints and pair them with the right kind of jewellery. A palazzo pant or even a skirt everything works, its just a game of silhouettes.
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Got this new dress and dupatta set recently and thought of doing 3 quick and easy looks that I think I'm gonna style it in a LOTTTTTTT. 🌹 "Kehta hai dil, rasta mushkil. Maloom nahi hai, kahan manzil.." 🎶 Dress and dupatta set from @rishiandvibhuti Pearl earrings from @isharya All the neckpieces from @suhana_art_and_jewels Both the bags from @charleskeithofficial
Revamp Old Suits
Last but not the least you can revamp your old suits. ditch The dupatta and pair it with a shrug. Or maybe replace the shirt with a fancy tank top. Try restyling clothes from your mum’s old closet. Jazz things up with modern silhouettes intricate embroideries and spot on jewellery!
Wishing you and your family a very Happy Raksha Bandhan!