Contemporary Indian Summer| Three Ways to look FAB in Indian Wear this season!

The summer weddings have come to a close and it was one hell of a wedding season this time around. I experimented with all kinds of styles, colours and prints for my bridesmaid outfits. If you missed those wedding looks then you must follow me on Instagram @thestylechair.

So now that all the bling-bling and heavy outfits are out of the way. It’s time to mix things up with the Indian wear for the summer season and wear it with a twist. TSC loves doing contemporary styles with Indian wear always.

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Something very interesting that I love doing is buying Saris and making outfits from them. Remember when I made a maxi cape off-shoulder top with slits from a bandhani sari (well credit definitely goes to my designer for this). I again bought some saris when I had last visited Rajasthan and you all did see how I converted it into this gorgeous outfit (which doubled up as a skirt and dress separately). If you wish to see that post then check out- Badass Bridesmaid!

So if you saw that post I used up some part of the remaining yellow sari to make a flared bottom pant.

Whether its brocade pants or a traditional skirt any all out indian bottoms can be given a contemporary look with a white shirt. It’s just that simple! (Now you know why I love white shirts so much, they make a statement just about any and every time worn).

Pro Tip– A beautiful royal coloured maxi dress/gown worn with a kundan choker can also make a contemporary statement yet have that Indian touch to the look. For that matter any Indian Jewellery can be worn this way.

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Next up, I made this co-ord set from my designer with material that I had bought at Noorpur when I travelled up north in the beginning of this year. The outfit has quite a contemporary look anyway so to add that little Indian feel to the look I added a piece of silver jewellery. Originally a earring but worn as a maang tikka. Can you even tell the difference!?

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My third look is all about indian cottons, block prints and all things beautiful made by our indian artisans. While these pieces are so beautiful in itself. The typical oxidised or silver jewellery was ditched for a more rich look with statement earrings from one of my favourites, Curio Cottage. Ofcourse the TSC signature touch came in with the flower petals. To give this look a tad bit of a fashion statement, we used flower petals around the eyes. A look I had seen on pinterest that I decided to recreate.

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Warning- please don’t use normal glue for sticking anything on your skin especially face, rather use the lash glue which is specifically glue used in makeup.

Photography Courtesy- Kruthika Pillai (Instagram- @kruthika_pillai)

I hope you guys liked this Indian Wear post with a twist for the summers. Leave your comments below if you would like me to do more such posts 🙂
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