5 Festive Looks With Jeans| Ethnic Fashion|

We all love wearing jeans and if we can wear them in the festive season too, then why not give it a try for a great contemporary vibe? Just get your heels on and bring out your most extraordinary piece of jewelry to flaunt with these great outfits.

Here are presenting 5 different looks with jeans that you would love to try this festive season.

# Pretty Pink Peplum

Starting with this very beautiful peplum top. Its color makes it appropriate for the festive season. This could be one of the best collections for this festive season. Pair this beauty with white jeans and to glam up the outfit, add a nice pair of statement earrings and a bracelet. Since it’s a round neck top, you can also wear a choker. To finish off the look, wear classy golden pumps or juttis. What I love the most about this top is its sleeve. This kind of little details always makes your outfit more beautiful.

# The Boho Feel

Another option you can try with jeans is this kind of short shrug. The embroidered pattern and the cuff coins fringe gives the complete festival vibe. You can wear any bright color spaghetti underneath the shrug that complements your shrug and pair it with your favorite pair of blue denim. Wear some chunky jewelry like a necklace, earrings and rings to jazz up the look. For the footwear, wear a nice pair of kolhapuri flats to match the vibe of the shrug.

# Sophistication In Silk

After tops, let’s move on to styling Kurtis with jeans. A silk kurta is a must-have when we talk about festivals. This is a very beautiful kurta with some mirror detailing that you can pair with white jeans. This kurta has fewer embellishments yet its silk fabric is enough to make you look festive appropriate. To combine the look further, tie your hair into a bun or a ponytail, wear statement earrings and a good pair of juttis. Do some dewy makeup and do not forget to carry an ethnic clutch.

# The Fusion Swag

Another option is this kind of slit Kurti. Looks so chic and modern yet mixes the traditional style to it too. Pair it with your favorite pair of jeans like a model does in the picture and just accessories it well. Carry a potli bag that complements your outfit, wear golden heels and put on some glowy makeup with a little tint of dark lipstick. Now, to finish off the look in a gorgeous way, don’t forget to add a nice pair of statement chandbalis or jhumkas.

# Turn Up The Heat

Since its festive edit blog, I had to include one saree look. But rather than doing a usual draping, why don’t you try this way of elegant draping that is still a trend. This look was once worn by an Indian blogger Masoom Minawala. Pair a full sleeve white top with loose denim. Now, grab any beautiful colorful saree. Start making pleats from the one end of the saree and tuck them inside your jeans. Then, bring the rest of the saree in front and place it on your left shoulder. Now, tie a belt above the saree to secure the pallu and to enhance the hourglass shape. Don’t forget to accessories yourself by taking a nice clutch, wear heels, statement earrings. Carry this look and be the queen of traditional attires with a twist.

That’s it for today guys! I hope you like it. Do comment down below that which is your favorite look that you are gonna try this festive season. I would love to read that.

Until next time, B Y E!❀🌈


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7 thoughts on “5 Festive Looks With Jeans| Ethnic Fashion|”

  1. I love all the 5 looks but my favourite one has to be the saari look. A saari is such a versatile piece of clothing and i like a western touch to it. It’s perfect if you have that indo-western taste in clothing and don’t wanna go all traditional. A pair of light weight diamond or gold earrings is all you need to make your look complete and classy. I love Tahiraa D’jewels for the same. They have a lot of dainty pieces that will instantly amp up your look. You can visit their website: https://tahiraa.com/
    IG: @tahiraadjewels

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