THE MILLENNIAL ETHNIC TAKEOVER
We call it fusioncore
When it comes to reinventing the ‘ol or anything new, no one does it better than us millennials. In addition to the super viral selfie, we gave you Netflix and chill, among some of the other coolest stuff going around. So, when it came to fusion (a mashup between the traditional+the contemporary), of course we were going to go a step further and come up with the whackiest ways to do it. So, sit back ’n chill while we give you our fun quirky take on the trend.
Nothing looks cooler at a sangeet than a flirty jumpsuit made to look occasion-appropriate with a blingy maang-tika. You can always go a step further and add some matching statement earrings and your highest heels.
CHOLI+HIGH-WAISTED MIDI SKIRT:
Nothing is more painful than having to do the runaround and get a blouse especially stitched for your mum’s hand-me-down sarees (yes, we know it’s painful, at least for the lazier ones among us). All you need to do is rummage through your cupboard and come up with your fancies top, and well, wear it as a blouse. Duh.
Wearing sneakers with that heavily embellished lehenga has kinda become the norm, and thank God! For there’s nothing we’d put above our comfort, even at our own shaadi. So no matter how dressy your digs might be, a pair of sneakers you must wear always.
A few years ago most men wouldn’t be caught dead in a dhoti, but thankfully things are-a-changing’. We think the traditional dhoti paired with a tee and blazer looks quite something. Don’t you agree?
Nothing looks hotter than a man who can carry off fusion with complete ease – take it from us chicas at The Juice. Especially when the look in question is a kurta (like this asymmetrical one), pyjamas, a blazer and a pair of high-top sneakers. Pretty cool, no?