Nothing reveals change better than fashion and the same can be seen in the ethnic wear these days. One of the recent style trending is fusion wear with a combination of shirt and lehenga. The shirt has literally become the blouse.
With the Lohri festival approaching, this could be the trend to make you the centre of attention. Wearing a normal lehenga choli can be a rigorous task since it has lots of stuff to carry like dupatta, blouse and too many accessories. Hence, it is best to pair it with a shirt as it is less effortless, classy and easy to carry.
You can also repeat that old lehenga lying in your wardrobe since years with a shirt. There are several ways of donning it like with a button down shirt, tuck in, a waistband, and layering it with jacket, coat or blazer.
If you also want to explore this fusion look, find out everything about it here:
Go for a chic look
Now that you are going for fusion wear, make a statement by experimenting with a plain white cuffed tie-hem shirt and embroidery lehenga. Pull it with utmost confidence and grace as it will surely give you a cool, bold, beautiful and completely different look. You can pair it with wedges boots matching the shade of your attire. Amp- up your look with minimal makeup and designer meenakari earring and you are good to go.
Shirt Tucked In
This look certainly got popular when Anushka Sharma rocked it in Cutiepie song. If you are looking to wear something which is not too revealing, then opt for this one because it is not only stylish but also comfortable. You can wear a printed lehenga with shirt tucked in at the waist. Accessorize it with a kundan necklace set to keep the look minimal.
Pair it with Frills
The best you can do with shirt style is teaming it up with a banarsi lehenga. Frill sleeves are in and are giving some major fashion goals. You can carry this combination for an offbeat, comfortable and fresh look. You can also pair it with color coordinated contemporary fashion ring and tied hair and minimum makeup.
Keep it simple
For those of you who like keeping it simple and easy to go, then this look should definitely be tried. Pull the collar down your back, roll up your shirt sleeves and open some buttons for giving it a v neck look. A statement neck piece and designer adjustable bracelet will work well with this piece of attire.
These were the possible fusion looks with a mixture of lehenga and shirt. So, try on these styles and shop for relatable fashion jewellery from our Tistabene portal.