Rock the Desi Fusion look at Work

Are you tired of styling your old ripped denims with flannel and all the 90’s comeback fashion has become la passé for you. Then, you must invest smart and look for a Desi Fusion look which always works and lets you steal the spotlight. We ain’t kidding! Play with prints, graphics, structure, colors and mix-match it, all for a vibrant yet funky look.


If experimentation is your key to unlock fashion rules, these must-try fusion looks should be on the top of your list!


Kurta with Denim


You don’t have to look like an intellectual college girl wearing denim with kurtas. But the key is to accessorize smart and right. Embroidered clutch, clock bloc pumps and minimal desi jewelry will instantly add a funky appeal and you shall turn headsJ

Kurta with Maxi Skirts


The best way of playing with fusion wear is to take your plain subtle kurta up the notch by teaming it up with your flowy maxi skirt. The flouncy feminine chic look is all you need to beat the summer heat and stand out.


Kurta and Pallazo


That’s how our pretty Deepika Padukone rolls in Piku. Every girl’s favorite yet cozy attire during the scorching heat or hostile humidity. Make sure you wear longer pallazos to accentuate your length if you are petite. Add grace to your look by slipping into traditional juttis and you’re all set to make waves.


Crop Top with Saree


You can always rock your crop top on special occasions by pairing it with a bright effervescent saree. Don a statement ornament to kill the vibe.


Desi accessorize with Western ensemble


You can incorporate silver jewellery easily with your Western outfits. Even when it comes to footwear and bags, there are plenty of options. Pick up a pair of Kolhapuri chappals and an embroidered bag, and you are sorted.


Dupatta with Dress



If you think you cannot wear a dress with a desi dupatta, then let us tell you that you totally can! Whether it is a long or short dress, wrap a heritage dupatta around your neck, and get ready to become the resident fashionista in your office.

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