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Elephant Print maxi dress, Neo Ethnic, Indian Streetstyle Fashion Blog

I’m a huge fan of prints, the quirkier the better. My focus this season has been on Elephant Prints, after seeing collections from ASOS to AND and Global Desi I wanted bring in my take on styling these prints. Here’s what I did with them – the Elephant Prints, a Contemporary Indian take on it.

A Quick Tip – You know what is good about maxi dresses? Anyone can look tall! Trust me, this is the easiest hack to look tall without even wearing heels. If you are petite, make sure that the bigger prints are at the bottom and always cinch at the waist, leave the fabric to run the length of your height, it works for almost all the body types equally.

Styling Note:

I fell in love with this cotton material, during one of my shopping trips at Allahabad. I knew exactly how I wanted this stitched, a maxi dress with a fitted yoke and then flaring out into an Umbrella Silhouette with an asymmetric hemline. Yes, it did turn out perfect! To add some colour to the outfit I picked that green beaded ring and added a peacock feather detail Mojri/ Shoes.

Elephant Print maxi dress, Neo Ethnic, Indian Streetstyle Fashion Blog

Elephant Print maxi dress, Neo Ethnic, Indian Streetstyle Fashion Blog

Elephant Print maxi dress, Neo Ethnic, Indian Streetstyle Fashion Blog

Elephant Print maxi dress, Neo Ethnic, Indian Streetstyle Fashion Blog

Elephant Print maxi dress, Neo Ethnic, Indian Streetstyle Fashion Blog

Elephant Print maxi dress, Neo Ethnic, Indian Streetstyle Fashion Blog

 Photo Credits: Haarika Reddy & Raj RJ

Outfit Details:

Maxi Dress: I picked up the Cotton Material from Ahmedabad and got it Customised to fit me perfectly

Peacock detail Mojris / Shoes: Commercial Street, Bangalore

Ring: Jabong

Nails: Maybelline

Lipcolour: L’Oreal

 Did you like this Elephant Print Maxi Dress with an Indian Contemporary Styling? I’d love to hear from you, You can also leave your comments on  Facebook Twitter | Instagram | Bloglovin |

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35 Replies to “Ethnic Twist”

  1. you look beautiful! Love the print 🙂

    pamscalfi.blogspot.co.uk

    Pam xx

  2. Yes I definitely liked the elephant print maxi dress … Looks so good
    You look like a queen in it .

  3. I love Anarkali type of kurtis or suits. Really loved your outfit. Purely Indian. Lovely photos!

  4. loved the pictures and maxi dress sure adds length to the body..You look fantastic here

  5. Looking stunning dear.. Love your printed long kurti .. Its amazing !! <3

  6. I really love the maxi dress , looking bful
    Love that shoes which is definitely adding pop of Color

  7. Chaicy you look lovely… I like this maxi dress… it’s pretty and such a cute design ♡

  8. Lovely pictures! <3
    And that maxi looks so pretty!!! I love cotton maxis too…they are as comfortable as they are stylish!

  9. Oh my gosh…I love the maxi dress, beautifully made and styled so well. I want those mojris right now.
    Thnk u so much, for chking out on my blog every now n then. Much appreciated.
    N did I tell u?? u look so gorgeous.

    Aditi
    So-Saree
    http://www.sosaree.in

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