How to nail the Indo-Western dress code

Balance is key

Fashion | January 20th 2019

How many times have you looked at a wedding invitation with bated breath, praying with all your might that the hosts haven’t subjected their guests to a specific theme?

Have you ever gotten a card with dress code- jungle fever or pearls and feathers and wanted to just scream into your pillow! You’ll find that at least one of the functions has an Indo-western dress code and that is one which we can all get on board with. It can however seem quite confusing when you don’t know how to balance the two styles.

In dire times like these, we take a leaf out of our favourite blogger boss babes’ destination wedding black book. With shararas and gararas making a noticeable entry into the ethnic fashion scene, it’s no wonder that the girls chose these styles to create their Indo-western looks.

Anushkaa Bajaj has cleverly weaved the classic sharara into a chic new-age avatar that works well for a wedding brunch, a mehendi or even a sangeet. The uber-trendy sheer, ruffle work and fringe make this collection both current as well as unforgettable. The perfect Indo western outfit can work for both an Indian or a western dress code, that’s when you know you have nailed it!

And with this, Mi and Su successfully decoded the Indo-western dress code with the sharara pants. Their pictures will give you all the inspiration you need for the upcoming wedding season.