The new year is here, and with it the exciting time of harvest festivals. Whether you celebrate Lohri, Makar Sankranti, Pongal or any other regional festivals, it’s a chance to dress up in your ethnic best, surround yourself with family and friends and relish the mouth-watering treats special to these festivities. We’ve curated a list of ethnic wear for the entire family to help you put together the most eye-catching outfits for this season…
You can find the most stunning ethnic wear outfits for women at Lifestyle Stores. From stylish kurtis to lehenga cholis, you can dress your way for the festivities.
If you love the feeling of flowing fabric, then a lehenga set would be perfect for you. The set from Melange by Lifestyle in Navy Blue and Green is sure to stand out. The cropped blouse with three-quarter sleeves has Gold prints around the neckline and cuffs, while the skirt and dupatta are covered in similar prints, giving it a luxurious and festive look. Another outfit to pull off with a cropped blouse is the saree skirt from Indya. The Yellow fabric is adorned with colourful mirror embellishments, while the design includes ruffles around the hemline and comes with an attached pallu.
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Maxi dresses also makes great Pongal outfit ideas or Lohri outfit ideas. The gorgeous one-piece outfit from Biba in an Emerald Green colour is designed with a band collar, three-quarter sleeves and all-over Gold ethnic prints that bring out this dress’s rich hue.
For more tried-and-tested ethnic wear for women, a kurta set will get everybody’s attention no matter what. Melange by Lifestyle’s Royal Blue set and Aurelia’s Pink and Green set are both statement-making for a festive occasion. The Melange by Lifestyle set includes a straight kurta with an embroidered bodice, straight pants and a heavily printed multicoloured dupatta. The set from Aurelia is a little more lavish with the Gold foil printed straight kurta in Peach Pink paired with flared palazzos and a dupatta with a similar print complemented by a Sea Green shade.
There’s definitely no shortage of stunning ethnic wear outfits for men! Melange by Lifestyle and Manyavar have kurtas and waistcoats that any man would want to flaunt this festive season.
When in doubt, you can effortlessly go with an elegant long kurta paired with straight pants or a churidar. Melange by Lifestyle’s Red and Blue full-sleeved kurta has an intricate printed detailing that gives it a regal look. For something more casual, you can always turn to the short kurta from Melange by Lifestyle. The striped, Yellow fabric, band collar and full sleeves come together nicely, especially when paired with Black trousers.
Keep in line with the latest trends by donning the bright Red kurta from Manyavar. The checked design, full sleeves and band collar with buttons to one side are only made better by the trendy asymmetric hemline.
To dress it up further, you can throw on a Nehru jacket like the one from Melange by Lifestyle detailed with a multicoloured floral print, band collar and a button-down design. If you’re looking for a full outfit with a Nehru jacket then Manyavar’s set won’t disappoint. It comes complete with a solid Light Pink kurta, floral-printed Nehru jacket and a White churidar.
Little girls and boys can join in on the festive fun with ethnic wear for kids.
You can dress up your girls in the lehenga choli set from Biba, complete with a cap-sleeve Yellow blouse with Gold prints, Pink and Yellow printed skirt and dupatta. The Blue and White top and dhoti pants set, also from Biba, is another cute option. Both sets come with matching face masks to keep your princess safe too!
If kurtas are more her style, then the Olive Green set from Melange by Lifestyle with a Gold-print kurta, sharara pants and a dupatta will be more suited to her. You can also try the Yellow kurta and salwar set from Biba that comes with a pretty waistcoat with Gold embroidery.
For your boys, Melange by Lifestyle is always a good bet! Choose from the printed Dark Green kurta, the multicoloured striped kurta or the Pink kurta with an embroidered button placket to go with his churidar or straight pants. The Yellow kurta with an embroidered band collar and button placket is perfect for the dhoti pants it comes with.