New Styles for the Indi-Bohemian Soul
We realise that all of us are trying to keep our spirits up and hopeful during the lockdown. For all the fashion enthusiasts out there, we are going to talk about how you can update your wardrobe and make the maximum utilisation of it by trying out these styles sitting at home. So that whenever we are out of our quarantine, you can confidently flaunt them, or maybe flaunt it now on your social media. After all, there’s where the people are during social distancing.Print on Print
True bohemian style comes alive with prints. To make the outfit interesting, pair your kurta with a printed bottom or embellished bottom. An asymmetrical kurta works best for this sort of look as it also highlights the bottom. Offset an overall printed kurta with a spaced-out motif printed bottom.
Cape Over Anarkali
Well, a bohemian wardrobe is not complete without a cape. For the Indi-boho look, (Yes, that’s what we are calling it) try a modern asymmetrical cape over your Anarkali and for extra edginess pair it with boots and ditch wearing a bottom with it. You can be experimental by mixing prints of your Anarkali with the cape or go with solid with a printed classic combination.
A woman looks elegant in a saree, and what makes her look sharp is a belt over it. And we are not just talking about any belt but a corset addition. It is not just a decorative addition but also a powerful one.
Boots with Fusion Dress
Boots can make any outfit look High-Street. They can also complement a fusion dress and give it a contemporary high-street look. You may try boots in neutral colours like Tan, Taupe, or even navy blue. For the quirky ones, you can try printed boots that complement the printed dress without taking attention away from either.
It is always refreshing to twist things around and make it enjoyable. The styling really stirs up the creative mind. It takes our attention away from all the humdrum. So, give it a try and also check out our Morbagh collection to shop all the pieces shown above.