Styling Indian Outfit’s

Fashion is all about embracing new ideas and being outrageous and since we belong to the 21st century parade styling a simple indian outfit is no less outrageous than wearing a fur coat. Although we have seen it looking good on others we are really clueless about ourselves and what how and when and sometimes why!

Team Creatorshala presents basic styling tips for you to rock that “Desi Girl Look ”

Simple & Statement

Indian outfits give a lot of freedom in terms of styling and accessorising. We can pair them up with bindi-Jhumkas-Bangles- A pendant- Anklets and of course Makeup. Since you have a lot of options the biggest mistake people make is selecting quite a few. However the thing to keep in mind is that its not everyday you get to adorn bindi’s. So select an accessory or two and keep your makeup passive.

That one Accessory

Now this is the point where the ball is entirely in your court. You have to be the decision maker about what suits you the best. Adorning Indian wear is the best time to wear your favourite accessories which you are not able to pair up with your western outfits. The ideal accessories to be paired with your indian wear would be a small bindi-bangles & danglers.

Westernise it

This one is all about pairing Pairing a trendy kurta with sexy jeggings, draping a sari over brallette or a cute top with harems Also if you are going someplace trendy don’t forget to pair them up with stiletto heels.

Westernise it Part 2

Do something unusual and see how it goes By unusual we refer to outfit’s like stitched saris, fusion lehngas, trendy patials and by no means we would want you to go for Priyanka Chopra MET GALA fiasco. Keep it safe people.


The essence of the outfit resides in the colours, since indian wear is catchy on its own wearing basic colours is sure to make you stand out. The most smart thing to do would be wear a solid colour which suits your skin tone the most, and if you are willing to go the extra mile wearing pastels at functions? Well as absurd as it sounds, just try it once and get to know for yourself.

–Wearing Centuries Worth of Traditions–

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