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Festival Fusion: Let Your Shirts Get into its Traditional Avtaar

Our traditions and customs connect us to our cultural roots and heritage. Our festivals are imbibed within us, binding us together as Indians. We like dressing up in traditional attire to get a festive feel and make celebrations more meaningful and authentic. However, if we want to stand out yet make a festive statement, we must merge modernity with conventionality. Our wardrobes can have shirts of all colours, patterns, and lengths, it is up to us to experiment with them and create a new look for different occasions. 

Adding a Twist to Tradition and Making it Fun with Festive Fusion

Patiala or Plain Salwar 

Teaming your floral embroidered button-up shirt with a contrasting Patiala or plain salwar can create a comfortable yet ethnic look. The salwar can be subtly printed or have bold patterns, depending on the shirt. 

Flared Skirt  

Pair a long, flowy lehenga skirt with a fitted shirt. Choose festive colours and patterns that match the occasion. Accessorise with statement jewellery and a bindi. 

Dhoti Pants

A nice pair of dhoti pants can add a new dimension to your shirt and overall appearance, giving it a stylish yet contemporary twist.

Cigarette Pants

Designer embroidered women’s shirts can look great with cigarette or ankle-length pants. Opt for pants with embellishments or embroidered detailing, and accessorise with a bright-coloured ethnic stole or jacket. 

Cropped Palazzo Pants

Team your shirts with wide-legged cropped palazzo pants. Opt for hand-blocked printed, tie-n-dye, kalamkari, or ikkat fabrics in contrasting colours to match the shirt. Your palazzo’s intricately printed patterns matched with your shirt will make your outfit look elegant and unique. Pair it with earrings and anklets and throw a handcrafted sling bag on your shoulder; you are all set to turn heads.  

Jeans 

The fusion look can be carried off dramatically when pairing your brightly coloured shirt with embroidered or embellished jeans. Add traditional jewellery and a bandhani scarf or stole to balance your style.  

Saree 

Experiment with different draping styles and wear your saree with a contrasting colour or pattern shirt. The saree can be draped with the pleats in the centre and the loose end hanging in front, on one shoulder, or in any other unconventional way, depending on the length and fit of the shirt. 

Accessories- A Dandy Dose of Drama and Delicacy  

Whether you go for plain, printed, or floral embroidered button-up shirts, the right accessories make a huge difference. 

  • Traditional Jewellery – Statement pieces such as large chunky neckpieces, earrings or jhumkas, bangles, anklets, etc., complement the fusion attire and can be worn to accentuate the ethnic look.      
  • Ethnic Jacket- Layering your shirt with a traditional jacket or a long embroidered shrug can add to your style. 
  • Stole or scarf- Brightly coloured, printed, or plain scarves or stoles can make you stand out in your overall appearance. 
  • Mojris or Juttis- Handcrafted, intricately designed Juttis or Mojris add to the traditional look of your attire and make you festival-ready. The detailed craftsmanship in the ethnic footwear completes your look beautifully. 

Festive Flavour is in the Air – Slay it in Style with Siddhaarth Oberoi Shirts.

Carrying a look that is modern yet ethnic requires confidence, charisma, and an inherent sense of style. It needs a versatile demeanour, a term synonymous with Siddhaarth Oberoi Shirts. Yes, our designer embroidered women’s shirts are not only exclusive, made with high-quality fabrics, and tailored to perfection, but they also can be worn in various ways to look different each time. Explore our range and get yourself a new versatile wardrobe.   

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