5 Gorgeous Outfits to Refresh Your Ethnic Collection

Berry Mathew

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5 Gorgeous Outfits to Refresh Your Ethnic Collection

The way people style their outfits keeps on changing from time to time. With each passing day, new gorgeous outfits are coming into the market. Ethnic wear has been a fashion trend since the inception of the fashion industry. They are so versatile in nature that pairing simple Anarkali suit sets can bring out so many different outfit ideas. However, we know that it is hard to keep up with these changing ethnic fashion trends. Therefore, for our beloved fashion enthusiast women, we compiled a list of gorgeous outfits to revamp your ethnic collection.

Getting to Know The Variety of Clothing in Ethnic Fashion

The clothes we wear and how we look in them represent our personality. Keeping that in mind and the availability of resources, the ethnic fashion industry has witnessed the innovation of many beautiful outfits. The main features which differentiate them are design, fabric, wearing style, and colour scheme. Examples of these magnificent ethnic wear are Kurtis, Lehengas, Sarees, and many more. Types of ethnic bottoms include shararas, dhoti pants, palazzos, long skirts, etc. An embroidered Kurta pant set is a picture-perfect example of a complete ethnic outfit. Similarly, there are the top five outfits to level up your ethnic fashion game, along with unique styling tips.

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From being a traditional wear to a must-have ethnic outfit, sarees have come a long way. Some of the best examples of sarees are the traditional Banarasi saree, Bandhani saree, Tant saree and Chanderi saree. Earlier sarees used to have heavy prints like Gota Patti and embroidery of gold and silver around the border. However, nowadays, we can see lightweight sarees being in trend. Bollywood has played a major role in popularising glamorous Chiffon sarees. 

Therefore, we have picked an elegant saree with a leheriya print as the first outfit for refreshing your ethnic collection. Wearing an ethnic waist belt would give your traditional saree look a modern touch. And, of course, matching jewellery and heels are necessary to complete the outfit. 

Kurta Pant Set

When it comes to ethnic Kurta pant sets, there is a variety of choices. The fabric of ethnic Kurtas for women is mainly velvet, satin, poly silk, georgette, crepe, cotton, tussar, etc. 

The major types of Kurtas include Straight Kurta, A-line Kurta, Anarkali Kurta,  Asymmetrical Kurta, and more. This beautiful garment is worn all around the globe. In the modern fashion world, women wear ethnic Kurtas as daily wear or sometimes as office wear. Moreover, with a beautiful range of designer Kurtas available in the market, we even wear them on special occasions as well.

A perfectly embroidered Kurta pant set of rosewood velvet fabric is the perfect outfit for any social gathering. An elegant white colour print on the front and minimalist print on the sleeves would look graceful. Moreover, if you wear it during a festival, it would be a great addition to its auspiciousness. Flat jutis and a beautiful set of traditional jewellery would complete the look.

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Dupatta Suit Set

It is common to consider the dupatta as an extra element of a traditional ethnic outfit. Dupatta suit sets are very similar to other suit sets. The differential element of these suit sets is the dupatta. Similar to the Kurtas, they are of many types because of so many fabric materials. Many prints and embroidery works have introduced different kinds of dupattas. Gota Patti, Banarasi, Phulkari, Net, Kantha, Chanderi, Madhubani, Chiffon, Jaal Printed, and Georgette are a few. 

A unique feature of dupatta suit sets is that they are wearable everywhere. Be it at the workplace, for any festive occasion or for daily wear. They are suitable everywhere. For your ethnic collection, a bright lemon-yellow dupatta suit set will be a great addition. The floral print of pink and green colour of the dupatta would be a perfectly contrasting match. You can style the outfit with matching jhumkas and traditional jutis. 

Indo-western Suit Set

For a very long time, contemporary fashion took over the Indian market. But the essence of ethnic wear never left the wardrobes of ethnic fashion lovers. As a result, we can see a fabulous fusion of ethnic outfits inspired by the designs of western clothes. However, it is not the clothes that give them the touch of the west but the way of styling. Sharara pants with short Kurti, and Palazzo suit set with waistline jacket, are examples of indo-western ethnic outfits. The outfit our team thinks is worthy of adding to your collection is a combination of different ethnic wear. 

A pair of frilled sharara pants and a tank top with a knee-length printed ethnic jacket would look amazing. This is a magnificent layering idea for an ethnic yet modern outfit. A Sterling silver necklace and jhumkas would give the outfit a shiny look. Moreover, you can wear matching heels to complete the look. 


The dress of lehenga-choli is an extended version of the traditional Anarkali suit sets with a twist of innovation. This piece of ethnic wear has been in the fashion trends since the time of the Mughal emperors. Nowadays, it has become a very common and fashionable piece of clothing for even daily wear. Angrakha, lehenga-choli, short-flared Kurti, calf-length Anarkali, and Peplum are a few variations of this ethnic design. The craze of traditional long skirts led to the innovation of this beautiful ethnic dress. It is a dream for many women to wear a traditional lehenga-choli at their wedding.

The complete look of this dress is very similar to an Anarkali gown dress. However, the unique factor of the lehenga-choli is that it has three different pieces of clothing. Depending on your preference, you can choose a blouse or a short-Kurti. The skirt is floor-length, and the dupatta can be of the same fabric as the dress. To give it a western twist, you can also wear an ethnic shrug instead of carrying a dupatta.


With so many options and a variety of ethnic outfits, keeping your wardrobe collection updated can be difficult. So, we explored what all new ethnic outfits have come into the market and then offered the best to you. The outfits mentioned above are our top five picks that will refresh your ethnic collection. So, if you are looking forward to buying some new ethnic outfits, don’t wait to revamp your collection with our ideas.