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One Dress, Two Ways: Max Fashion

Festive season is just around corner and its time to buy some bright color clothes ūüôā ¬†And when it comes to ethnic¬†shopping, I like to simplify the hunt by seeing how can I style the outfit pieces¬†in ¬†more than one way. Though I¬†love wearing ethnic¬†outfits , the fact of the matter is that I don’t wear them that often and hence my clothes end up staying packed in the closet. Recently when I went to Max¬†Fashion¬†to check out their festive collection, I was quite thrilled to see that there have introduced ¬†a lot of separates in their collection, which means you can wear them in multiple ways.
For those of you who wear their Diwali outfit once and then do not look at it till there is a friend’s wedding, here is my suggestion- pick something that is versatile. Here in this post I have collaborated with Max¬†to show how one piece can make for a beautiful festive look and with little tweaks can be an everyday trendy look.
Quick tip:¬†Take pieces you normally wouldn’t layer, and layer them; then take pieces you normally would layer, and wear them solo.Here’s how:

Look 1: Festive Look 
I have picked an anarkali with a jacket which when coupled with ethnic earrings and clutch make for a perfect Indian festive look.

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Look 2: Everyday Look 
Same piece when worn solo without the jacket with sneakers and a funky bag makes the whole look so comfortable yet flattering.
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Photography by Rajeev C
Make-up by Swati Basanwal 

Max fashion has launched a lot of such pieces where you can use their ethnic button tops as jackets on jeans, anarkalis as maxi dresses, layered pieces as shrugs! Do check out their collection and make your festive collection multipurpose.

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