Must Have Essentials for a Woman’s Ethnic Wardrobe


Open the door of your wardrobe and what are majorly called ‘Western Wears’. Although ethnic wears give royal impressions whenever it is being draped, they find less space in a woman’s wardrobe. The reason behind this is, today’s women try to find out apparels with less hectic style and lack of pleating. (No offence to saree lovers!)

Must Have Essentials for a Woman's Ethnic Wardrobe

But our heart knows how much it wants the ravishing luxe of saree, designer Anarkali suit and salwar, kurtis, tunics, Indian gowns and etc. Here are few tips on must have ethnic wears which must be stacked in every woman’s closet.

Grab designer and plain sarees for special events and daily wears. Do not forget to take the troll on some different types of blouse designs. Ornate yourself with authentic jewellery or keep it minimal according to your mood and appeal. If you’re searching some confusion-less ethnic wears, then kurtis and tunics are the best for you. Another option can be traditional salwar suits which are also available in wide array. Create a natural look of a minimalistic with drop earrings and choker necklace. For special occasions like weddings and tinsel town events, stack in Indian ethnic gowns and designer Lehenga cholis.

At the last, do not forget to wear your inner attitude and charm.

24 thoughts on “Must Have Essentials for a Woman’s Ethnic Wardrobe

  1. Wow so lovely!!

    I really like this info graphs..

    Thanks Yamini..

    • Thanks a lot Ranju.I am glad you liked the infographic.☺

  2. Great post. Helpful for people like me 😀
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  3. Very nice post!! Love it 🙂
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  4. Amazing Post , Yamini 🙂 Very helpful article,indeed!
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  5. Loved the Infographic post…awesome compilation 🙂
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  6. Great post Yamini.
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  7. Very Nice post!!
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    • Thank you so much Soumya.☺

  8. I totally agree. I dont buy Kurtis much because I really really struggle in getting a good size. Everything is just so big and it is too much of a hassle to get it fitted. The next on my list is a skirt and top 😀

    • Harman I also never get a kurti for my size,either it is too big or too small.I don’t buy skirts but now I am planning to buy skirts or long dresses.

  9. Mia

    Very informative article especially for classy women.

  10. Really good blog Yamini Keep it up, traditional clothes are always classy, that’s why still people wear these clothes in all special occasions like weddings and festival. Thanks for sharing

    • Thanks a lot for your kind words Becky.Indian traditional clothes can never go out of fashion.They are so claasy and look so elegant on everyone.How modern we become or how much westernised culture we adopt nothing can take over our traditional Indian clothing.

  11. Lovely post. I agree with you. I love it 🙂

  12. Great grafic, thanks for sharing!
    I love wearing Tunics! They fit for every ocasion, I think.
    I also like the style of the actress Drashti Dhami, she is soooo beautiful and looks so natural and elegant in her new tv series Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil!

    • Thank you so much. I am glad that you liked my graphic.

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