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Wonder If Ethnics Are Good For Outdoor Adventure?

May 10

The idea of wearing ethnic wear has always been for restricted for festive or formal occasions. But have you ever thought of wearing it for outdoor adventures? You may wonder that’s a silly idea and a fashion blunder. Well no! If chosen wisely, ethnic wear can weave wonders. Here is a curation of some out of the box ideas for wearing ethnic wear.

1.) The beach Look – When thinking of fun-sighting beach tour, hop into sheer medium or long kaftans and team them with boat shoes. Carry a sling cum clutch bag for your nitty gritty’s.

Beach

2.) For the mountains – Participate in mountaineering  with palazzo pants and straight kurtis. Ease it all with flat sandals.

Mountain

3.) Desert Dame – Don’t you think deserts are too hot to wear jeans? Well, opt for Angarakha kurtis and Patiala salwars for the breathability of your skin throughout.

desert

4.) Downtown walk – For a serene downtown walk, put on shirt style kurtis with your favourite denims and bellies.

Road side walking

5.) Camping / Hiking look – For an androgynous look when going for camping or biking, jacket style kurtis and regular jeans with brogue shoes are apt. Do not forget to buckle up your fave metallic watch with this look.

Biking and camping

So, what’s your take on ethnic wear now?

 

 

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3 Comments

  • Reply SUNITA SRIRAM June 1 at 1:34 pm

    Wow…that is bold…loved the captions to the beautiful pics..

  • Reply Balroop Singh June 4 at 6:34 pm

    Lovely outfits!
    Those outfits may make a fashion statement at the beach, desert or mountains but may raise some eyebrows! There is a saying in my vernacular, which I am translating here…” eat what pleases you but wear what pleases the world! Having said that, I have always experimented with wearing and here in US, it is all the more easy to wear whatever pleases the person.

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