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7 Indo-Western Outfits to Stun the World

7 Indo-Western Outfits to Stun the World

Who doesn’t want to stand out from the crowd? Imagine going to a wedding and having all eyes on you. While you can achieve this even if you adorn a traditional suit or a saree, today, we would like to tell you how to get that attention in Into-Western outfits.

How about pairing a saree with a jacket or wearing half a saree with brocade slim-fit pants? Yes, if you’re one of those who love to experiment with your looks and outfits, this article is for you!

The recent LFW got us thinking of the upcoming fashion trends and more. We took the liberty of curating the best indo-western looks from this grand fashion event.

1. Glow brightly in this beautiful white floral outfit

Outfit: INIFD

2. Rock the mehendi look with this amazing ensemble

Outfit: Ritu Kumar

3. The perfect dress for a hobo-themed mehendi or after-party

Outfit: Ritu Kumar

4. Keep it elegant at all your pre-wedding ceremonies

Outfit: Ashdeen and House of Three X

5. A beautiful combination of a gown and lehenga for your reception

Outfit: Ashdeen and House of Three X

6. Rock your bestie’s reception with this look

Outfit: Anand Kabra

7. Be the center of attention in this dhoti pants, crop top and jacket combination

Outfit: Anand Kabra

All images are sourced from Lakme Fashion Week.

Which of these is your kind of style? Leave your comments below!

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