Rakshabandhan is around the corner, and if you are excited to look great and give a style takkar to everyone in the room, then check these Rakhi looks by Muskan Rawat who is a stylist, and kill that Rakhi photoshoot like a boss with your sibling.
These Rakhi looks by Muskan Rawat are stylish, pretty, and will turn heads for all right reasons. Pick anyone for your Rakhi get-together, and be Instagram-ready. Let Muskan Rawat help you with these simple yet amazing Rakhi looks and celebrate Rakshabandhan in style.
1. Dress like a bawse
Channel your inner boss lady, and put on a satin shirt with contrasting pants/palazzo. Roll up your sleeves a bit and wear statement earrings and rings. Style your hair in a traditional braided open style, or go for a sleek middle part hair. Keep your makeup minimal, and we will suggest you go with nude lipstick.
Shirt from prettyholic_official
Pants from krishfashionjaipur
Earrings from marusha.store
Ring from adorebypriyanka
2. Keep it ethnic, keep it flowy
Try this look if you are a fan of ethnic outfits. Wear a peplum-style ethnic top with a flowy skirt in the same color. Make sure that the top has some work on it, while the skirt is plain. Tie your hair in a low ponytail or a messy bun & add a festive vibe to your outfit with a heavy mirror choker. Do the smokey eye, and keep your lips in a nude color tone, or go for winged eyeliner. Don’t wear earrings, and let your neckpiece get the attention. End your look with a delicate bracelet or a minimalistic ring.
Kurti from mysanskritam
Choker from loveshoppe_25
3. Add some drama with a long shrug
Pair a cream flare palazzo with a classic black bralette! Wear a heavy sequins shrug on top to give that festive vibe, and finish it with some ethnic jewelry (wear a choker as the bralette comes with a deep neck). Go for a wet hair look, or a dramatic high ponytail, or keep it roughly braided. Do bright makeup and keep your lips red!
Bralette from @zara
Plazzo & Shrug from @krishfashionjaipur
Jewellery from @loveshoppe_25
4. Kurta as a dress
Take that plain white chikankari Kurti and wear it like a dress (only if they do not have side cuts, otherwise, you can always wear a white bottom). Go for big jhumkas or other statement earrings, and tie your hair in a low messy bun to stitch the whole look together. Since your outfit is plain, you can do some shimmery makeup with bold red/maroon lipstick. Don’t forget to wear rings or your watch!
Kurti from @krishfashionjaipur
Earrings from @cosfyy
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