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Festive Ethnic hacks for men and women!



Hello here! I heard festive season is around the corner and I'm super duper excited for that . What happened ? Facing problem deciding your outfits?

Oh why fear when Blender is here!

Lot of you were asking me for a blog for males . So I finally decided to do a unisex blog, as the season of festivals and wedding is here and we need some serious outfit Inspo. So i collaborated with akhand (Male blogger) for Male outfit insipirations. He has got really amazing ethnic style so I thought it would be perfect for this festive season. :)

In this blog I got you guys some ethnic hacks which can totally make your outfit whether its a Diwali night , bhai dooj , mehendi raat or even anything as we love wearing ethnic . Don't we agree?

#Hack 1 : Reuse Smartly!

I always try to use my clothes in 2-3 different styles to make a complete new outfit . As I'm a lover of sustainable fashion . But one thing you always have to keep in mind when you reuse, is the time interval to be little long, then even your minute changes works wonders as nobody will suspect that you reused. :P


This outfit is so classy and can be used in so many ways and occasions.


golden blouse used multiple times.
Again the use of same Lehenga with different blouse and good time gap . :)

#Hack 2 : Mixing and Matching is the key!

This sounds very simple but it can make or break your outfit so always try to keep colors evenly distributed in your outfit, like if you have black blouse try to match it with footwear or earrings or something as this will save you from making a disaster.


I just love how these different pieces of clothes put altogether to give that wow factor.


Here I paired my mom's skirt and dupatta with golden blouse and matching accessories.

#Hack 3 : Own a white bottom!

Trust me its a saviour, white is so versatile I own a lot of white clothing especially bottoms weather it be a bell bottom , cigarette pant , jeans or anything . But you need not to own so much, one works fine too . :P . It can be paired with anything and any color even white. :)


White Bottoms can be reused multiple times and you don't need to have that time gap I talked about earlier. :P No one is gonna do so much scrutiny. :P
Just like I said even white on white does wonders!


Ethnic tops , Kurti everything works great with white pants . :)

#Hack 4 : Spice up your casuals in swag!

This is the best as you can use your pieces casually too and don't have to wait for any other occasion. Just by adding few accessories you really can spice up your casual outfit and be festive ready in swag .... boaaayyyyyyyy !!


Just by adding accessories you can rock any simple outfit. In this case his watch and glasses gave the swag.


I just paired my casual Kurti with silver jhumki and tanned footwear. And of course the "bindi".
A colour pop plazzo with ethnic top and you are ready to glam.:) #ReusedJhumkis

#Hack 5 : Be a risk taker and ready to experiment!

This one is really really important we need to step up and take risk, as if we don't, then what's the point of being here? Life is too short to be on safe zone. Be a risk taker and try to experiment, don't experiment with every outfit in one go. Just start will little steps , you can go for whole one outfit or even one crazy accessory works fine. :)


Like here he has experimented with his kurta and give him complete new style .
A little extra does no harm. ;)


This when I experimented with sweater.
An experiment I did last year with pants.

So these were few of my hacks in fashion for festive season. I share my travel hacks too. So you definitely need to check out. Super soon I am gonna share my Goa travelling hack . Stay tuned . :)


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