Latest Indian ethnic fashion trends in 2021
Do you follow the latest fashion trends, or want to know more about Indian ethnic fashion trends in 2021? That’s great! We shall discuss about the various festive wear trends, and if you are looking for a more modern look, we shall also discuss some modern ethnic wear trends with you.
The fashion industry is very broad, with a range of different designs and Indian ethnic fashion trends for women as well as men can be seen in the market these days. As you already know the rich and vibrant culture of India is a testimony of Unity in Diversity, we, as Indians, have different festive wear trends as well.
Ananya Panday, Alia Bhatt, Samantha Akkineni and Kriti Sanon served up elegant-yet-easy looks that you won’t have problem committing to in this year’s Diwali. Lehenga was the silhouette of choice for all, but still, there was a lot of difference in terms of colour choice and accessories.
Panday opted for a mehandi-ready rani pink version that came with a sleeveless blouse and a featherlight bandhini, whereas Akkineni found the blue floral lehenga by Mrunalini Rao as the best choice. But it was the Raazi star who stood out among all with her blush pink lehenga, which was made from an entirely recycled fabric, by Madhurya, a textile-focused Bengaluru-based brand. It bore in embroidery, the drawings of 35 children of AOL free schools titled as ‘My Beautiful Planet’, by 13 artisans who prepared the outfit in over four months.
Shilpa Shetty Kundra and Sonakshi Sinha chose to go with Sharara sets that were high on practicality and style. The low-key puja at Shetty Kundra’s home had her reaching out for a peach iteration by Anita Dongre patterned with romantic floral designs. A salmon-pink Sukriti & Aakriti set with sequin work was Sinha’s go-to in these times.
Don’t miss how both stars swore by the celebrity favourite accessory—a choker—as the flourishing finish to their stunning looks. The former wore an uncut diamond and pearl encrusted neckpiece by Anita Dongre Pinkcity and Sinha chose to have a silver oxidised number by Lara Morakhia.
White can have quite a deep personality, as evidenced in the Diwali looks showcased by Deepika Padukone, Kriti Sanon, Anushka Sharma and Athiya Shetty. The Chhapaak actor, who has pulled in several achromatic cameos in her traditional wear wardrobe, relied on a short white peplum kurta and flared pants by Ritika Mirchandani for the intimate Diwali party organised by Siddhant Chaturvedi.
Tara Sutaria nailed a red anarkali-esque kurta that was complemented with sage green palazzos and a purple Benarasi dupatta, with inspiration from Manish Malhotra’s latest Ruhaaniyat collection. Mira Rajput Kapoor’s black velvet kurta by Torani, on the other hand, underscored resham and mirror work.
A number of celebrities were surely favouring drapes in shades of the sun for Diwali, and Priyanka Chopra’s floral Sabyasachi sari illustrated warm yellow and orange tones. Madhuri Dixit Nene showed us you can never go wrong with a timeless sari, and demonstrated this by choosing a purple Paithani drape.
So, these were some Indian ethnic fashion trends for women, and Modern Ethnic Wear Trends set by the celebrities. Festive wear trends, and Indian ethnic fashion trends in 2021 are not going out of fashion anytime soon.