The Fusion Series During the Festivities


I really hope you all had an amazing joyful Diwali. Here I am showcasing some really fun & quirky pieces which I wore for this Diwali in the Indo western style. I didn’t plan this blog post at all, but since it was highly requested so I am putting it up. Sometimes your clothes don’t really have to have the ethnic elements to make you look festive ready. It can be all about the jewellery and other details that can make you look beautifully Indian. (Please ignore the quality of the pictures).


I paired a green dupatta style cape which has heavy kundan work on it with a plain tube style gown.


Cape- Kylee Fashion

Gown- Clevoria

Potli- Chandni Chowk

Bracelet- Frontier Raas

Earrings- Art Karat


I styled a tussar silk dupatta saree style over a pair of casual fit. A little bit of waist showing like it does in the case of a Saree. I draped the dupatta in Sidha Palla style but you can choose the the way around.


Crop Top- FabAlley

Leggings- Zara

Dupatta- Blind School Diwali Mela

Jooti- Fab India

Clutch- Chandni Chowk

Neckpiece- Zarrie

Ring- Sandook


This was randomly paired. I combined my pink maxi with a jacket to glam the game and accessorised well to fusion best.


Maxi- Lakshita

Jacket- Sarojini Nagar

Neckpiece- Fooljhadi

Footwear- Chandni Chowk

Clutch- Chandni Chowk

Bracelet- Zarrie


This is quite a colourful fusion. I bet you won’t miss on any colour in this one. Haha. So here, I wore a crop top with a pair of palazzo pants and just slipped on this embroidered jacket.


Crop Top- Forever 21

Palazzo Pants- Hypercity

Jakcet- Calangute Road, Goa

Kada- Chandni Chowk

Ring- Zarrie

Footwear- Chandni Chowk


This is not Indo-western but a fusion as I combined two different ethnic dresses to make one. I just paired my Anarkali suit with a different coloured dupatta all together.


Anarkali Suit- Frontier Raas

Dupatta- Sanya Boutique

Choker- Don’t remember

Ring- Itrana Jewellery

Watch- Michael Kors


For this look, I paired my plain black maxi dress with a yellow dupatta and completed the look with some danglers and a bun. I skipped on the idea of wearing a chooridar.


Maxi Dress- Bangkok

Dupatta- Frontier Raas

Earrings- H&M

Ring- DIY

Flats- StreetStyleStore


This is the most casual one where I just wore this jacket on a casual outfit, a crop top and a pair of leggings.


Crop Top- Forever 21

Leggings- Zara

Jacket- Sonia Ahuja Label

Earrings- Janpath

Jooti- Fab India

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