Like we love fusion food and converse in Hinglish, our style, too, has evolved into a blend of Indian and western. We pair kurta on a jeans with sneakers or fashion a cropped-top with a saree; there are no strict rules to fusion styling anymore.
We decode five looks from Jabong’s You Are Festival campaign and give you some inspiration for the festival season.
Dressing too traditional is passé; your festive-style should be about keeping the ethnic intact while accentuating it with a hint of western. Don a cap and add some bling to your Indian wear to have a truly rocking Diwali look.
Deep hues with traditional patterns with not-so-traditional cuts; that’s the idea behind this look. Feel confident and powerful and let your dress reflect your personality. The crop-top with denim hot pants and mirror-work is a combination best suited for the star in you.
Go for bold patterns this festive season. The sharp colours on this snazzy brocade are for those looking to stand out from the crowd. Pair it up with teal-coloured silk pants and sneakers to step out in style.
Don some proper ethnic wear and it guarantees a second look. The floral patterns on this lehenga with the geometric and technicolour patterned crop-top are surely the way to go full Indian this festive season.
The checks on these silk sarees are to die for. Pair it up with jeans and a kamarpatti for a completely offbeat look.
Style is quite subjective and we know you have your own ideas around getting the perfect Indo-western look this festive season. If you’re looking to buy some really cool ethnic-cum-western wear, look no further than Jabong.
Here is the new TVC for some styling inspiration.
For more of their ethnic and western wear collection, click here.
This story is in partnership with Jabong.