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Pop that Champagne: How to sport a champagne toned Indian Ethnic outfit in 2019


"Champagne is the only wine that leaves a woman beautiful after drinking it."

- Madame de Pompadour

You may agree or disagree with that. It is up to you whether or not you indulge your taste buds in a glass of champagne or any other spirit on occasion - it is a matter of one's personal choice to resist the charm of a bubbly. 

However we bet you cannot resist the charm of this neutral Champagne toned minimal tissue lehenga set by Pure Elegance with its one of a kind timeless design.

 

Champagne is a tone that has become a popular go to shade for many Indian Ethnic Wear outfits because it easily lends itself to typical Indian silhouettes while lending a touch of western appeal to them. A champagne Indian outfit is a must in your wardrobe especially if you have made a home away from home, overseas and especially in the west.

Especially as more and more women are now keen to experiment with a variety of colors, details and silhouettes this minimal champagne lehenga is an ideal pastel Indian Ethnic outfit to begin with because it is unique but not odd and flirty without being risqué.

A champagne Indian Ethnic outfit is the perfect balance between the flowing lines as per Indian aesthetics and western sensibilities where colors tend to be more muted and soft, especially for formal or evening wear.

Made with an elegant western appeal this lehenga from Pure Elegance comes with a classy crop top featuring a sweetheart neckline that dips for a just a tantalising hint of your feminine curves. The ruffles on the neckline add to the feminine mystique of the top.

The minimal embellishments of this pastel Indian Ethnic lehenga  keep the look sophisticated. The gold foil appliqué on the skirt is bold and will easily allow you to transition your pastel outfit from a western event to an Indian festive occasion.

What is more is the all the three pieces - the pastel top, the skirt and the neutral dupatta are minimal enough to be coordinated with other  pastel Indian and western outfits as well.

 

You could pair the skirt with a silk collared shirt in beige or white and rock a fusion look.

The ruffled dupatta is equally feminine and can double up as a scarf for a pastel fusion gown.

The generously ruffled sweetheart neckline of the crop top too is a multi tasker and you can pair it with any printed or plain saree in a contrasting neutral to add a feminine and flirtatious mood to the outfit.

No matter what the occasion, if you have been thinking of dipping your fingers into the champagne Indian outfit trend go for this lehenga in a tone which is universally flattering for all complexions and figures and don't stop till you have this beautiful, feminine outfit to add to your womanly charms.

 Images Courtesy : Pure Elegance

Article By : Bhavna R


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