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How to Style Ethnic Kurti

How to Style Ethnic Kurti

 

“True Beauty comes from within!” -Anonymous

Hello all! Today I am going to show you all the Ethnic Wear that I wore for the very first time in my life. Yess, you heard it right. I am more into casual wear than the traditional ones. I feel more confident and comfortable in one-piece, shorts, denims and tops. But that was all past. The day I wore this dress I’ve absolutely fallen for Ethnic wears. Dude, they are super comfortable and I found myself looking more beautiful all the more in this dress. Haha, some times you need self appraisals too na! :p

 

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Alright, so coming to the outfit. There’s this aunty near to my house  who has started this business of designer kurtis, suits and tailor-made ethnic wear the way you want to get it stitched. So I am not sure whether what brand is this Kurti of but it costed me 1200 INR. This was the very first kurti that she showed me and I instantly hooked onto this one. I loved the colors it has. Blue, green, pink, yellow- a perfect kaliyon wali kurti that I wanted was in front of me!

 

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It has very beautiful white border with colorful flowers on it on the neck and at the bottom of the kurti. At the back of neck is a very pretty dori style. This goes below the calves of your legs but not below enough to touch your feet.

Going with the colors of the kurti, my mom suggested me to pair this with the blue leggings. It worked well with blue kurti and looked like I had bought a complete set of it. I further paired it with blue sandals with beautiful golden accents on it.

 

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For accessories, I kept the accessories to the minimum because the attire itself was too beautiful that I think I did not need to accosserize any further. So, I just paired it with a pair of very pretty golden jhumkis. Ain’t they beautiful?

 

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Makeup Breakdown:

  • On my face: Vaseline healthy white and lotus sunscreen with the pat of mac compact powder.
  • On my eyes: Lakme liquid eyeliner on the upper lashline, Incolor kajal on waterline and tightlining with the same, followed by two coats of mascara by Incolor.
  • On my lips: VOV baby pink lip color

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Outfit Breakdown:

Kurti: Maxx, as claimed by my aunt. You can get an ethnic kurti here.

Leggings: Street shopping, Kamla Nagar.You can buy it here.

Blue sandals: Stelatoes.You may get it here.

Earrings: Street shopping, Cannaught Place

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THE BONUS: I was all set to leave my home when I suddenly felt like completely indulging into Ethnic look with a Black Bindi on my forehead. It suddenly changed the way I look and I loved myself even more. I am a fan of bindis now. :) Next time any of you girl tries any such ethnic wear, try putting on a bindi with it. You would love yourself.

I hope You like this look of mine, do write in the comments below what you feel about this look. Stay Happy, Stay Beautiful!

How do you style ethnic kurtis?



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  1. Lovely shots! Cute style :)

  2. Oh I love your dress ^^

  3. sravanthi says:

    you look gr8 sonakshi, u have beautiful skin, smile and eyes. I love your kurthi, more i love those blue sandals and leggings, i love blue

    • Sonakshi Grover says:

      Wow! What a great comment! Thank you so much sravanthi. I myself love blue so much. It is a great color to wear. :) Ethnic look can make anybody look beautiful! :)

  4. Oh My My I luv d ‘filmi’ poses 😉 very pretty n lovely pictures Sonakshi :)

    • Sonakshi Grover says:

      Hahaha Himani I am a total filmi at heart too. Trust me. A proper drama queen. More when it comes to clicking photographs. Thank you :p :)

  5. Hey, thanks for these great ethnic kurtis…..

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