An Ultimate Guide to Fusion Ethnic Dressing this Summer
Fusion ethnics are trending these days and are one of the most adored summer staples for contemporary women. They offer the inherent grace and charm of Indian ethnic apparels with the ease of movement and class of fusion styles. Pencil pants with long Kurta, Tunics with Leggings, Saris with pants, and denim pants with Kurtis – these are some of the most common fusion dressing ideas that almost all of us have tried at least once. However, this is not it. There are many other unique and stylish fusion dressing ideas that you can try.
Check out the latest trends in fusion ethnics this summer season that you can follow and replicate for routine, office, and casual outings.
1. Dhoti Pants
The Dhoti Pants have made a revival on the fashion scene recently. Dhoti pants are perfect for ethnic occasions, casual outings, parties, and routine wear as well. You can pair them with peplum tops, Kurtis, tops, and embellished ethnic tops. An ultimate fusion dressing idea is to combine an embellished Pakistani short kurta with a chiffon or satin Dhoti pants. Complete your fusion look with stylish pumps. Check out the latest styles on the ethnic online stores such as Peachmode and buy the styles that you love the most. To keep your shopping easy on your budget, grab some goodies such as Peachmode promo codes and enjoy unbeatable discounts on every order.
2. Classy Angrakhas
The traditional Angrakha is also one of the best summer essentials that every woman must have in her wardrobe. Opt for bright and peppy summer shades such as saffron, orange, pink, cerulean and green, etc. Pair them with flared palazzos or culottes to compile a lovely fusion ethnic look.
If you don’t have Angrakha Kurta and are going to shop it, then choose the styles that have classy thread work on borders.
3. Shirts with Flared Ethnic Palazzos
Oversized satin or silk shirts look fabulous with full –flared and heavy ethnic palazzos. They give an impression of subdued brilliance and are perfect for the occasions that call for modern Indian ethnic dressing. Try to opt for light-coloured shirts like crisp whites, bright salmon, and nude colours to impart an extremely attractive contrast to your ethnic palazzos. Don’t overdo your look with heavy jewellery. A statement maang tikka is enough with mid-parting hair falling loose on your shoulders. If you have a long neck, then opt for a statement choker. Otherwise, you can also opt for a delicate pendant. Peachmode offers a stunning collection of palazzos that are available at affordable prices. You can also make use of Peachmode coupons to make them even more affordable. So, buy the essentials and compile a stunning fusion ethnic look.
4. Denim on Denim
Make your regular 'denim with long Kurti' look classier and better with this trend. Opt for a denim jacket and make a statement appearance with this double denim look. We recommend choosing the denim pants in ankle length and a long Kurti to highlight your feet as well. Opt for stylish heels or pumps to add dimension to your ensemble. Some of the best denim colours that you can choose for this look are stone blue, cool blue, white, ice blue, ash black, and charcoal black.
5. Fusion Sarees
Taapsee Pannu has been giving us major fusion saree draping goals for a long time now. But you don’t have to stick to her choices only. Experiment with different kinds of pants and saris. The best way sport a sari with pants is to get it pleated in a ready-to-drape form by some expert Master-ji or tailor. Now, you can simply drape them with any pants of your choice and flaunt that chic street urban look with ease and comfort. Some of the best sari options are – Aarkandi, South Cotton, Polycotton and linen, etc.
You can also drape them pencil pants or ripped jeans to make your fusion dressing even more stylish.
6. Sari with Shirts
Have you been worrying over the numbers of formal shirts sitting in your closets that are too old to be worn in the office? You can up-cycle them and stitch a minimal lace border on them and pair them with saris instead of blouses. You can also revamp their sleeves with designer cuts or flared sleeve patterns. Compile an extremely chic look with buttoned-up collars, mid-part tight buns, and stunning statement studs in your ears.
7. Summer dresses with dupatta
Summer dresses are your perfect lifesaver for the summer parties where you have to go dressed in ethnics. You can pair your summer dresses or maxi dresses (floor-length or ankle length) with heavy dupattas. Let your hair fall down your shoulders in beach waves and wear bubbly earrings. Complete your look with ethnic chappals or tasselled chappals and be the light of the party.
8. Off-shoulder Crop Tops with Lehenga Skirts
If you have a stunning tube top or off-shoulder crop top you can pair them with Lehenga skirts and dupatta. Make sure you compile the ensemble well by opting for a Lehenga skirt in a summer-specific fabric such as bandhej, pure georgette, chiffon, and organza. You can opt for a heavy dupatta if your Lehenga has light work. Glam-up with the smokey eye makeup and sleek mid-part hairstyle.
9. Sleeveless Denim Jackets with Ethnic Skirts
You can also pair sleeveless denim Jackets with ethnic skirts and ethnic heels. Give your entire ensemble a distinct BOHO feel with patches, fringes, and tassels on the denim jackets. Opt for a full-flare ethnic skirt and roam around in amazing Kolhapuri heels. Wear some chunky oxidized silver necklace and make the most of your outing.
So, dear ladies, now that you are done with the reading, we hope that you might have found some impressive ideas here. Did you like our list of the fusion ethnics that you can try this summer? Share your views and opinions with us in the comments section.