Cotton saree for Rakhi

Last Minute Dressing For Rakhi

Rakhi is the best day to take out your ethnic wear and look the best in it. Here are few last minute ideas to dress up on this special occasion….

Kurta churidaar– A plain kurta and a churidaar never goes wrong when you want to keep it simple. You can wear it with a dupatta or just use a printed scarf to make it a little dressy. Kolhapuri chappal’s goes best with this look and off course a small bindi is a must for a traditional look.

Dressing up for Rakhi
Dressing up for Rakhi

One piece dress– Long one piece dress is a perfect silhouette for those who want to add a fusion touch to their look. You can wear chunky jewellery like an oxidized silver earrings or a tassel pom pom necklace with it to add a desi touch.

Long one piece dress for Rakhi
Long one piece dress for Rakhi

Kalidaar kurtas– Simple and plain long kalidaar kurta’s are best for an Indian festival like this because you can club almost anything with it like your favorite dupatta’s in Benarsi, Bandhej or heavy Chanderi’s.

Plain Kalidaar Dupatta for Rakhi
Plain Kalidaar Dupatta for Rakhi

Kurta Skirt– Pair your favorite kurta with a plain skirt for a fusion look. A kurta and a skirt goes really well together and is a great thing to wear for a occasion like this, as it is not too gaudy and is also a good occasion wear.

Kurta skirt for Rakhi
Kurta skirt for Rakhi

Cotton saree– A saree never fails to impress and is the best pick for any Indian festival. Since its summers, you can pick a cotton saree and match it up with regular jewellery. If you like using fresh flowers for the hair then using a gajra would also be a great thing.

Cotton saree for Rakhi
Cotton saree for Rakhi

Kurta over denim– You can also wear Kurti or Kurta over your regular denims. Use a traditional print scarf to complete the look.

Denim and kurta for rakhi
Denim and kurta for rakhi

 

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