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Raise your ethnic fashion quotient with these festive trends

Do you love putting together outfits that rock the latest trends? Do all your friends come to you for fashion advice? As a fashionista, you need to keep track of the ever-changing fashion styles so you are always seen in the latest and the best. To make things easier we have here the festive fashion trends that will definitely raise your ethnic fashion quotient.

This year, everything is in when it comes to festive fashion. May it be lehengas, ghararas, palazzo pants, capes, embellished kurtis, everything is appropriate and you can never go too OTT with this year’s festive fashion trends.

Who said only superheroes wear capes? You don't have to be a secret vigilante to invite this fuss-free silhouette into your wardrobe. If you're tired of lugging around heavy dupattas, allow these flowy beauties to become a mainstay in your festive wardrobe. A sheer organza cape paired with a lehenga or a palazzo pant can take your style quotient up a notch. Pastels, ivory, black have all become this season’s favourite. Whether you team it with a supplementary hue or colour-block like a pro, the possibilities are endless.

If you are someone who loves to dress and love adding embroidery and laces to your outfit, then this one's for you. A one toned gharara with lace work on its borders is a statement piece in itself. Wear it for Eid or some wedding function, it'll look stunning when teamed with the right accessories.

And while we are talking about festive fashion, we cannot forget about lehengas. Pastel shades are in trend right now and every modern bride is going for it, but the vibrant multi colours are no less! Brides and bridesmaids are ditching the cliché shades and choosing to go for the bright lehengas more for the wedding ceremonies. These multicoloured lehengas have been trending for quite some time now. Modern brides have chosen to ditch the traditional red or much-loved pink lehengas and are going for multicoloured lehengas instead. You can opt for these popping colours, and slay your outfit as these shades tend to be quite eye-catchy. Suitable for any mehndi function, these colours can be your go-to. The colours are undoubtedly enjoyable, happy and bright.

Hair & makeup
Adeel Sahir

Minhal Aly by Silver Linings

Umer Mushtaq

Aun Muhammad

Yasser Sadiq

Hira Samooro & Anam Tanveer