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The season of Diwali not only brings with it a wave of pujas and festivities but also stacks up your sartorial calendar with numerous cards parties. Obviously, there’s no better time to place your bets on the best of ethnic wear than in this leg of the party season. Given the Diwali celebrations have already begun, it’s time to prep your ethnic wear wardrobe to help you put your best foot forward with NICOBAR.

Here goes our FESTIVE EDIT.

Either embrace the six yard drape and work an embellished sari for the evening or Step into anarkalis in bright tones or if heavy duty is not your thing then opt for something fuss free and classy!

 


Adding a statement bag always helps.

 

Going with Nicobar‘s beautiful twirl-worthy tunics with a long jacket instead of a traditional dupatta is what we’ve opted for the festive season.

 

 


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October 11, 2017 0 comment
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There is a nip in the air. We can smell festivity. The favourite time of the year is here. Dussehra, Diwali, Bhai Dooj, phew! That’s a lot of outfits 😉 Any thoughts on your FESTIVE attire?? Ofcourse if you haven’t already, we are here to give you some inspiration. So let’s start.

Our style is UNDERSTATED. Not many clashing things fighting for attention. Rather one statement piece. And that’s why we have created this look.

Emphasising on the VOLUME of the skirt, pairing it up with a BOLD colour top & a matching purse. Keeping it simple & classy.

 

 

 

 

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September 29, 2017 0 comment
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Not all weddings roll into the wee hours of the night, Just like the Sikh weddings some are set against the beautiful background of a sunny morning, which calls for calmer hues, isn’t it?

Day weddings are an absolute delight – because that’s when you can play it up with soothing colours. Gone are the days when brides use to only and only go for Red and Maroons. Times have changed and and women have realised that at the end of the day it’s about enhancing your appearance by embracing what suits you rather than blindly following the deep hues. While we were going through a varied range of pastel lehengas of the season we came across this beautiful gold floral chanderi applique work lehenga by SWGT, Shweta Gupta.

Have a Look!

 

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Gold floral chanderi applique work lehenga set:  SWGT by Shweta Gupta

Earrings: Love For Pretty Things

Hair & Make up: My Glamm

Photographs courtesy Tarun Singh Photography

SWGT is also available on Facebook Instagram | Pernia’s Pop- Up Shop

November 30, 2016 0 comment
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Festive season ensures a calendar full of invites. However putting together different looks for back-to-back ceremonies can be taxing, isn’t it? Whether you’re the host, guest, bride-to-be, bridesmaid or a serial wedding guest, It’s important to up your game; hence we at Style Coquettes along with LBBD decided to give you all some major BRIDAL SPLENDOUR GOALS!

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SHASHA’s collection draws inspiration from the New Age Bride who does not shy away from experimenting while keeping it subtle and classy.

This is a very fun rendition of bridal – wear that gives you a statement piece, without being overwhelming. Perfect for a Sangeet ceremony.

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If you’re like me and just can’t carry-off all that bling  then you should absolutely go the “Normcore” way. Opt for a pair of sneakers to achieve the fuss-free bridal look!

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Black Floral Embroidered Bomber Jacket and Lehenga Skirt Set:  Shasha Gaba 
Hair & Make up: My Glamm
Photographs courtesy Tarun Singh Photography
Shasha Gaba also available on Facebook Instagram | Pernia’s Pop- Up Shop

November 20, 2016 0 comment
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This festive season don’t fret about buying multiple clothes instead transform your western outfit into an ethnic one. We tell you how to twist up your usual western attire by adding some Indian elements and accessories for a complete festive look.

November 6, 2015 0 comment
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