Winter is here and so is the time to flaunt black. Yes!! for those who love black outfits it can be a bit of a dampener in warmer temperatures to have to avoid wearing this neutral color most of the times. Especially if you love using black in your Indian Ethnic wear outfits, winter is the time to flaunt it freely.
The great thing about modern trends in Indian Ethnic wear is that the usual caveats to using colors on festive occasions are much more flexible now. So while you have all the freedom to wear traditional colors as usual, there is a wider array of colors that were pretty much on the prohibited list before but are now all-permissible. Black is especially one color along with white that is now a must have of sorts in your festive Indian wardrobe.
And why should we miss the opportunity to flaunt that all powerful and mysterious color of all then? And what better way than to emulate our ever ready - ever trendy bollywood divas to get some tips on all the ways you can wear black as your Indian Ethnic festive outfit in 2019's winter season...?
So, here we go through a parade of Bollywood divas all dressed up and ready to wow us with their black beauty...!
DAYTIME LOOK: For a daytime casual look you Kriti Sanon has us drooling over her Indian Ethnic kimono and skirt ensemble. She is one rising fashionista we find has really amped up her style game with her steady rise to stardom and her acting skills and style quotient continue to get sharper by the day.
Pair a black printed skirt with an Ethnic kimono for a cool yet trendy bohemian Indian look and add chunky silver or oxidised bangles and jewellery to complete the look. Oh! and for a final polish add a pair of juttis for that winning touch.
FLAMENCO SIREN: Yes! so you noticed that we at Pure Elegance, just cannot have enough of Kriti Sanon's Ethnic looks. Before you blame us of a bias, just have a look at her sultry flamenco siren outing complete with a nod to the flamnco divas in this voluminous printed skirt of the printed anarkali, the tousled low hair do, winged liner, bold red lips and the flourish of deep red carnations... She looks like with one flourish of her Black anarkali she is just about to break into a flamenco step with wild abandon, doesn't she?
Well! Try this look for a evening Indian do when the style brief is not too demanding, and trust us with this less is more approach you will have the onlookers swooning - no less.
AFTERNOON DELIGHT: Vidya Balan's love for sarees is an old wives tale by now, but this look in black with the heavily embroidered blouse is fresh off the racks - no less.
The Beghum Jaan of Bollywood, Vidya flaunts her back in this backless blouse with aplomb and her stylish earrings take the look a notch higher. The bordered black silk saree hugs her curves in a lovely flourish. A perfect outfit for a winter afternoon festivity be it a festival or a wedding. Add gold heels to complement this look and you will be the center of all attention.
EVENING STUNNER: Kangana Ranaut rarely gets it wrong. And the Queen of Bollywood looks perfectly royal in this beautiful black silk saree. A stunning choker and neatly brushed back waves in her hair give truly vintage vibes. Smoky eyes and neutral eyes spell a class act.
Pair this minimal and classy saree with juttis and there you go - perfect outfit whether you are a wedding guest, or just out to attend another pre New Year cocktail party -You are sure to catch their eyes in a sea of LBD's or evening gowns.
BLACK BEAUTY: Sonakshi Sinha is another unmistakable stunner on our black Indian Ethnic outfit list. She shimmers softly in this bralet-lehenga ensemble. And we just can't have enough of her lovely diaphanous dupatta. Who can resist this mysterious but feminine look? Certainly not us. The black sequined lehenga looks perfect thanks to her soft wavy hair and neutral make up. The pearl earrings light up what could have been a dull outfit. Go for a black lehenga without hesitation for attending a wedding in the family.
After all - Black is back, lets us put the bang in it !!
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Article By : Bhavna R