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6 Simple Yet Chic Ethnic Attires

Ethnic Wear Chic - The Vogue Vista

A bit of sophistication, a bit of class… and voila!

Personally, I have always been a fan of mix and match over buying a complete ethnic attire. It lets me experiment, and also helps me stand out in a crowd.

This gorgeously embellished midnight blue dress with pleated detail.is from W for Women
Occasion: Diwali

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This beautiful pearl white palazzo Kurta set is from W for Women again.
Occasion: School Friend’s Wedding

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This high on glamour Black Saree is from a showroom in Lajpat Nagar market, New Delhi
Occasion: Sister’s First Lohri after wedding

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This beautiful pearl white palazzo Kurta is from W for Women again. The blue skirt with silver lining is from FabIndia and the gorgeous (my favorite) duppatta is from The Golden Temple market in Amritsar
Occasion: Friend’s Wedding

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I personally loved how I matched this Saree. I had given my measurements in India over the call to the boutique stylist and unfortunately it didn’t fit me well. I traveled from Dubai on the day of function and realized it’s not fitting. Fortunately I had the same colored tube top with floral embroidery from CoverStory with me which I paired with my Saree. Shshsh!

Occasion: Cousin’s Shagan Night

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This gorgeous piece of Wine colored neck embroidered detailed Kurta set is from Mina Bazaar, Dubai.
Occasion: Cousin’s Wedding

Which of these dresses did you like the most? Comment below!

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