Kriti Sanon in Nadine studio

Kriti Sanon in Nadine studio

Kriti Sanon looked chic in a black crop top and floral skirt by Nadine Studio that she wore at a recent do. She went completely minimal on the accessories to let the pretty outfit steal all the attention.

Dia Mirza in Rohit Bal

dia mirza in rohit bal

Dia Mirza was spotted at a recent event that she attended in a Rohit Bal peach coloured floor length anarkali. With gold detailing all over it, the anarkali was elegant as was Dia Mirza in it with a braided updo and chandbalis as her accessories.

5 Ways to wear the classic silk tunics

By now, Kurtas and tunics have become the most loved piece of clothing in an Indian woman’s wardrobe. After all, they are very comfortable and can be styled in many different ways. So, if you want to flaunt a traditional ethnic look and still be comfortable at the same time; the ever-classy silk tunics are here to the rescue.  Here we show you some tips on how and when to flaunt a silk tunic.

Silk Tunics on Palazzos

Silk Tunics on Palazzo

Tunics are typically meant to have a perfect fit. They should be neither too tight nor too loose and most importantly they shouldn’t give you the need to wear a dupatta. Team up perfect fitted tunics with a pair of palazzos for any kind of festive and semi formal occasions. Go with sleeveless or 3/4th sleeves and wear pretty embellished heels for a taller and slimmer look.

Silk Tunics on Leggings

Silk Tunics on leggings

You can never go wrong in this evergreen combination of tunics paired up with leggings. This is a perfect work to dinner outfit give you a very comfortable and elegant look. Flaunt silk tunics every day at work and simply drape on a silk stole for the formal look. Team up with antique or terracotta jewelry and kolhapuri footwear to complete your ethnic look.

Silk Tunics on Patialas

Mira Rajput in Anamika Khanna

mira rajput in anamika khanna

Mira Rajput’s appearances at Masaba Gupta’s wedding were all lovely just as this black saree by Anamika Khanna she wore to the reception. The plain black saree was matched with a floral printed blouse to give the attire a graceful and yet a playful look. Huge chandbalis and blue glass bangles added to the look. We like!