Hey Loves,
Bringing in December with some ethnic love to you all. I know you all might be busy prepping for vacations this holiday season and looking forward to some celebrations. So, here is some ethnic advice for a glamorous look.

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KURTIS have revolutionised the way Indian women look, feel and express. This piece of trendy garment that can neither be classified as Indian nor as western has become one of the most versatile and stylish statements for women across all barriers of age, size and religion. A tunic or a Kurti would be an ideal pick for any occasion.

So, I was scrolling for the perfect outfit for my office wear as well as for special occasions. I came across a fantastic brand called Fashor.
They have the latest designer wear across India with all outfits designed by the best designers. With new, unique designs coming up every single day, they offer plenty of options to stay ahead on the style road  

So why spend time elsewhere when Fashor can be the one-stop shop for your fashion needs.

They have all designer collection under one roof from basic to Indo western to heavy to minimal. All types of designer collections are available at an affordable range.
I loved the collection. I shopped three outfits including office wear as well as festive wear. I styled them exquisitely and minimally. In some cultures, the idea of minimalism had been established in ancient times, and they were expressed not only with things but also in the way we think.

  1. Oxidised Metal Brooch Work Shibori Print Kurti – Dark Blue

  2. This Kurti is a very straightforward shibori printed Kurti with circular shibori print buti on the lower flare with an antique finish paisley buttons on the centre front mock placket, oxidised metal ethnic brooch on the centre front mock placket and matching borders with a buttoned tab on the sleeves.

    We can find them in 2 colours – dark cerulean blue & magenta, dark cerulean blue & lime green. It can be paired with leggings, churidaar etc. for an ethnic style. One can also wear it as a maxi dress, paired with shibori dyed stole.
    I have just styled it casually as I wanted to create a basic look. Loved the fabric, it’s so smooth and soft.

    1. Rustic Metal Buttoned Chequered Cotton Kurti

    The second outfit I choose is this chequered Kurti which has a stand collar neckline and plain sleeves. It has a rustic finish with metal buttons on the centre front placket with matching border on the sleeves. We can pair it with leggings, fitted pants or palazzo pants with matching stole.

    The print of the Kurti goes with the colour and makes the Kurti look beautiful overall. I added a hairband and a jegging to make it look casual and chic.

    1. Crystal, Pearl & Dabka Work Buttoned Kota & Gota Lace Work Kurti – Double Layered

    Lastly, as the festive season was around the corner, I opted this as my Diwali outfit. I loved the colour of this dress. It is a solid dyed inner Kurti with barfi buta printed straight cut upper Kurti. The inner Kurti has the gotta lace stripes border on the hemline and there are crystal & pearl embroidered buttons on the centre front placket of the upper Kurti. We can pair it with shimmer leggings, lehriya dupatta & golden accessories for a complete traditional look.

    I created an Indian look paired up with bangles and earrings, and it added a lot of charm to my look.

    I loved their collection. is now my go-to for adding some elegance to my wardrobe.

    Don’t forget to check their exclusive collection. Hope you all loved the looks.
    Stay tuned.  Love to all

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