by In For Style, Dimple Mehta

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Have you ever struggled with those heavy ethnic outfits just lying in your wardrobe? I swear, mine only see the world outside home on weddings. Hence, when I came across an old outfit, I couldn’t resist picking the ethnic designed long shrug that was a part of it. You can pick bits off too. Maybe the anarkali top by itself as a dress. Just make sure that they’re in good condition.

For this look, I used my black leggings and a long black tank as a base. I added the gold belt to accentuate my curves (you know I love my bling). I paired them with my black stilettos for a more balanced effect. A pair of gold earrings, a pendant, a watch and a few rings for finger-swag later, I was done.

I would love to know if you try wearing your ethnics as separates. Do email pictures to me.

Earrings: Zara, Pendant: Forever21, Belt: Vero Moda, Watch: Guess, Rings: Koovs(1st finger), Vero Moda(2nd finger), Shoes: Koovs.

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