The term ‘Ethnic gown’ has different explications in different countries. An ethnic gown can be a high flown dress in Canada or a fusion wear in India. The concept evolved with the shifting sands in the taste and preferences of the millennial. Let’s find out some of the trendiest Indian ethnic gown styles favoured by the experimental boho fashionistas.
Silk à la mode
Wear it on your best friend’s wedding or at a party, you will never fail to look prim and pretty with this Mulberry silk ethnic gown. Encased with solid silhouettes, this gown reflects your simple yet sophisticated charm.
Unleash your unique sense of style with this Viscose georgette gown aesthetically crafted with Zari and beads. Team it up with the Art Silk churidarif you’re an ardent follower of ‘Desi’ chic.
Grande Dame of Exclusivity
Here’s anethnic gown embellished with rose applique work and features Net Dupatta with tassels. Now you can be the stunning show stopper no matter where you step in.
You too can be a part of fairytale diaries with this black Art Silk Gown. Weaved to perfection with stone and bead work, this exclusive creation comes with a flaring red Net dupatta to accentuate your flawless feminine charm.
This crimson red hand embroidered Mulberry silk Ethnic Gown can be worn both as an ethnic salwar suit and as an ethnic gown. You can do away with a neckpiece as the neckline is gilded with the embellished work.
Black will never disappoint you! It not only covers up your body flaws but also makes you super sassy in any occasion. This black Net Gown with beadwork comes with a net dupatta and art silk churidar. However, you can lose the churidar and dupatta and sport it as a one-piece gown and look equally stunning.
Experiment with this hand embroidered georgette gown to up your style quotient. Match it with or without the net dupatta, you are bound to slay the onlookers anyway.
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