It’s traditional time at Tale of a Trend!
We believe in being fab and in this post you will feast your eyes with the glory of timeless classics.
Our India is very well known for its cultural diversities around the globe. Our beautifully crafted ethnic attire is one of the things that distinguish us from the rest of the world. The two words that perfectly describe our conventional costume is “elegance” and “style”.
The most fashionable pieces that you could have in your traditional wardrobe is “Lehenga”. You can pair it with blouses of varying lengths. No wonder it has been always a sensation. These lehengas are the latest in vogue and have created ripples of success in the fashion market. Glamour, style and beauty are always in close connection with this classic fashion trend. So, I also thought of showcasing our blog’s vintage beauties in graceful and luxurious lehenga outfits in stronger shades of pink. Since, variety is the buzz in fashion world so you can spot the lehengas with ‘achkan’ (long kurta) in monotones and in another style, paired with gold blouse and dupatta. So there is a fashion advise for you all, you can use your traditional embroidered heavy lehengas dumped in your trunks and pair them up with lighter blouses in soft fabrics. Wear at least one statement accessory with them which can be an eye catcher as our models are carrying contemporary ‘maang- tikkas’.
The blue –blooded guy of the blog ranked up the style quotient with his essence of ethnicity in gold banarsi kurta with maroon churidaar. The traditional ‘juttis’ paired with the outfit make the look more attractive. This look is not only super trendy but also easy to wear.
Indian fashion has inspired millions of fashion lovers in the trendy market off lately and have glorified the fashion world. Hope, our magical spark of innovative and exclusive apparels with ethnic threads continue to rule the fashion world.
The Trending Team
- Costumes and Styling: Mehak Gulati
- Models: Harshita Kashyap, Yashika Jatav and Vaibhav Kapoor
- Make Up and Hair: Vibhu
- Photography: Gaurav Verma Photography
- Editing: Snapture Studios
- Special Thanks to Kavya Mehrotra