Indian Fusion Wear

If you have been reading the blog for a while now or even if a completely unrelated google search mysteriously led you here for the very first time (a sign from the universe maybe) you can surely tell that I am all about flaunting my desi style. I am guilty of pairing chaand balis with pencil dresses or mojris with leather pants, my outfit just feels incomplete without a little touch of India.

But every now and then I get a little bored of the tried and tested pairings in Indian fashion, the choli with the lehenga, salwaar with the kurta or the anarkali with a churidaar. Each time this rebelliousness in me decides to rear its head, it leads to a pairing frenzy and my closet is turned upside down and spun around on its head, until I find something that satiates my Indianness while adding a little newness.

This outfit is the result of one such afternoon of experimenting and wrecking my wardrobe, super simple but also a super fun pairing in my favourite colour combination – black and white. The same old but different salwaar like pants, paired with a pretty white shirt with delicate details and a careless swing in its silhouette.


Indian fusion wear

Indian fusion wear

Indian fusion wear

Indian fusion wear

Indian fusion wear

The print on print rules

The maxi kurta

Shirt : Mogra By Sheena

Harrem Pants : Jabong

All Jewellery : Maharani Baug

Heels : Catwalk (Old)

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