New Delhi: When people often talk about festive clothing, the fear of wearing bulky lehengas and hefty kurtas haunts them. To break the monotonous ethnic-wear rule, it's time to give your wardrobe a festive makeover.
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Tanvi Malik, Co-founder of online shopping store FabAlley.com, suggests how:
* Don a solid coloured crop top with a printed skirt and complete the look with a statement neck piece.
* You can also play with darker, bolder colours on florals by wearing a printed crop top and a navy blooms silk maxi skirt. Club it with a gold bracelet and a red pout to make heads turn at your next festive gathering.
* Be it festivals or weddings, don't ditch the traditional attire completely. Spice up your festive dressing by playing with classy hues and chic silhouettes a little. Try out the ever stylish luxe silk tunics and pair them with trendy palazzos or cigarette pants.
* For an evening affair you could go with a teal silk maxi tunic with white cigarette pants and for a day affair you could try a red bloom silk maxi tunic with flared palazzo pants. Pull your hair into a high bun and team it with chandelier earrings.
* Take your festive dressing game to the next level with sophisticated and subtle printed dresses. Chic tunic dresses in cotton are just what you need this season. Pick up a floral maxi tunic, team it with chunky statement jewellery and add oodles of kohl to your eyes.
* Those who like to experiment with their look, try a handkerchief hem tunic dress in ikat prints. Club it with chandelier earrings and solid ankle strap heels.