6 Last Minute Styling Tips For This Raksha Bandhan

Celebrate Raksha bandhan in style!

6 Last Minute Styling Tips For This Raksha Bandhan


The festival of Raksha bandhan is a beautiful festival of the bond between brother and sister.  This festival is celebrated with great fanfare throughout the country. Even before the festival, people are engaged in shopping for new clothes and accessories. While we do respect the traditional value of the festival; we also like to keep everything in style. But if you have been busy and also want to look a bit different this time on Rakhi, then these tips can be useful to you.

  1. Kurta with palazzo


Pairing palazzo with anything gives a fashionable makeover to any outfit. Wear an under-toned kurti with bright palazzo to add some style to the usual boring kurta.


  1. Crop top with skirt

Skirts give any outfit a feminine touch by making it extra special. Pairing it with a crop top is the best way to style a skirt. You can also opt for pleated skirts.

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  1. Indo western maxi dress


Are you someone who is in awe of maxi dresses? Then there are plenty of options available which clubs traditional as well as modern designs which works magic.


  1. Ethnic jackets


Who doesn’t love Alia Bhatt’s Tamma Tamma jacket that is very traditional yet she wears that in a disco?? You can pair these jacket with a sando or a kurti and it will instantly  be the dream ootd!

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  1. Jootis


You can take the traditional one step ahead by wearing jhootis with the outfit. The clothes don’t have to be traditional. You can pair your jhootis with anything you like by thus creating a fashion moment.


  1. Accessories


The easiest way to be the fashionista is by accessorizing with a lot of traditional jewellery. Jhumkas, necklaces, bangles, there are many things that will give a finishing touch to your outfit.

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FASHION NOTES: With Model & Actress Elena Fernandes