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5 Edgy Ways To Style The Classic Ikkat!

The classic ikkat fabric with exotic geometric prints a definitely a huge trend to look out this season. Apart from clothing, footwear and bags we can find the patterned prints on almost everywhere like home furnishing, decor and even cutlery. The comfort of the fabric is extremely flattering and the versatile art not restricted to only Indian wear but are also experimented on edgy western outfits that make a bold statement. So today let’s take a look at 5 outfits that give a edgy twist to the classic ikkat fabrics.

1.Ikkat Cape


The stylish ikkat cape is a definite wardrobe must have as you can thrown it on any outfit and make an instant statement. Team it up over your dress, contrast it over a pair of separates or any basic outfit for a lasting impression. This third piece makes an excellent cover up option.

2. Ikkat Jacket


A chic ikkat jacket defines class and sophistication. Wear it at work or to nail any formal meeting. You could also wear an ikkat jacket as a top and belt it for an edgy style.

3. Ikkat Dress

Ikkat dresses are a huge rage and can be styled in endless different styles. Wear the classic ikkat skater dress, midi dress or a shirt dress for a fun, sporty yet feminine look.

4. Ikkat Jumpsuit


Ikkat jumpsuits or the culottes jumpsuits look very trendy and are extremely comfortable especially if you want to lounge around in them all day long. Style it wisely to rock it from day to night!

5. Ikkat Separates


If you want to look glamorous in ikkat, get inspiration from Samantha Prabhu’s style or if you want to attain a relaxed look go for a chic pair of ikkat culottes and a crop top and if you want to try a bohemian style an ikkat maxi dress and crop top will help you achieve the look you want.

Apart from these, the versatility of the fabric gives you a variety of options to try that you can never get tires of the beautiful fabric. So if you want to flaunt the pattern of the season then ikkat is the way to go. Also, how would you add an edge with the classic ikkat? Do share your thoughts with us in the comments below 🙂



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