Raksha Bandhan is the time to embody the ethnic spirit and exude desi vibes! On this auspicious occasion, consider wearing a traditional outfit with flattering silhouette and feminine cuts. After all, you can never go wrong with something ethnic. We have picked some fresh festive outfits for you so that while celebrating your special sibling bond, you look every inch a charming sis of a cool bro.
Cold Shoulder Collared Jacket Style Anarkali Lehenga
Raksha Bandhan is the perfect occasion to look every bit traditional. And this cold shoulder collared jacket style anarkali lehenga ensures that you truly look an ethnic goddess from tip to toe. The stunning mid-length front slit net anarkali kurti features frilled high low hem and embroidered bodice with stone work. The floral embroidered net lehenga with zari, stones, pearls and sequins work features beautifully embroidered hem. Complete your look for the auspicious day with a designer clutch, after all you will need it to keep the moolah earned from your bro!
Priyanka Chopra’s Peach Georgette Side Slit Anarkali Suit
If you don’t want to slip into an over-the-top outfit this Raksha Bandhan, then seek some serious style inspiration from the global style icon Priyanka Chopra. Her peach georgette side slit anarkali suits with subtle zari embroidery is a perfect ethnic ensemble for the celebration. Delicate zari and thread embroidery with stone work along the neckline, waist, bodice and sleeves is complemented by the embroidery on the straight pants. A slit on one side of the anarkali gives the glimpses of the beautiful embroidery as you walk. Stylish dori tassel adds to its charm. The anarkali is bordered with peach satin at the hem. Finish the diva look as you flaunt the beige dupatta with lace border.
Drashti Dhami’s Zari Embroidered Anarkali Suit In Navy Georgette
In this zari embroidered navy anarkali suit, gorgeous Drashti Dhami is giving us major style inspo for the festive occasion. The white net dupatta featuring rich zari and thread floral embroidery along with sequins and stone work balances the navy blue ensemble perfectly. Exude ethnic vibes in this outfit this Raksha Bandhan!
Green Designer Saree With Pink Embroidered Blouse
Let everyone go green with envy this green embroidered saree fashioned in Korian silk chiffon fabric! This occasion wear saree is teamed with an unstitched dark pink embroidered designer blouse. Delicate floral thread and zari embroidery along with the green and pink lace borders on the saree complements the embroidery on the blouse. Intricate doli design on sleeves is the highlight of the blouse. Complete your ethnic look with a pair of chaandbalis or jhumkis.
Designer Anarkali with Raw Silk Lehenga & Pants in Zari Embroidered Grey Net
This Raksha Bandhan, let the magical beauty of this grey fusion ensemble add to your charm! The zari and thread floral embroidered net side slit anarkali top features stone work and is embellished with golden leaves. This festive wear ensemble can be worn in two ways – either with embroidered raw silk pants or raw silk lehenga. The pants features embroidered net at the bottom while the raw silk lehenga is bordered with golden lace at the hem, giving the outfit a layered effect. Matching net dupatta with flower butis and lace border completes the look. Accessorise your look with a beautiful head piece and a designer clutch.
Floral Embroidered Anarkali Suit in Pale Dusky Orange Net
This designer anarkali is definitely the top pick for the festive occasion. This pale dusky orange embroidered net anarkali suit features all over zari and thread floral embroidered patterns embellished with stones and sequins work. Intricate zari embroidery with stones and beads work along the sheer round neckline and arms is complemented with sweetheart bodice. The anarkali suit also features broad mehendi green zari and thread embroidered bordered hem. Matching chiffon dupatta with golden lace border completes the look. Opt for vintage style hair updo and adorn with floral hair accessory.
Author Bio – Daisy Carter is the fashion editor and author at Like A Diva, an Asian Designer Clothing Website in the UK. She loves to write about the latest trends in Indie couture. She is a fashion freak and enjoys writing about the fusion of contemporary and traditional trends, unique wedding tales and street fashion