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Ethnic fashion is currently one of the most versatile areas in the fashion industry, with new trends cropping up every single day. The beauty of today’s ethnic fashion lies in how boldly it is being accepted by today’s youth and modified to proudly flaunt both their ethnicity and modern, young spirit, with fashion being an ever-expanding field that is now offering a space to many young fashionistas like Krissann Barretto to explore their passion. Aiming to contribute to providing a comfortable space for such influencers, Myntra has launched its very own platform called Myntra Studio for everything fashion-related.
Myntra Studio is a social media platform combined with the fashion apparel perks of Myntra’s shopping platform that gives fashion influencers the freedom to play with fashion – one such influencer is Krissann Barretto. Kristinn Barretto is a known actress and fashionista with a soft spot for ethnic fashion. So, if you have been looking for a way to enhance your ethnic style, following Krissann Barretto and taking some fashion inspiration from her will definitely work out.
Here are a few ethnic pieces that define Krissann Barretto’s traditional preferences:
- Ikat Sarees: Ikat, meaning “bind” in Indonesian, is a type of saree that originated in Indonesia. Ikat sarees are made by binding together different yarns and dyeing them to come up with a variety of prints. This process is repeated multiple times using bright hues for the most colourful prints and then woven into the fabric itself. Kristinn Barretti is a fan of these classy sarees and opts to go with a minimalistic look with some jewellery to accessorize.
- Banarasi Sarees: Originated from Banaras, these sarees are among the finest ones in India. Known for the beauty of god, silver and zari embroidery woven into fabrics of fine silk, these sarees are as royal as it gets. Krissann Barretto flaunts a Banarasi saree paired with a solid sleeveless blouse to balance out the look.
- Madhubani Sarees: Madhubani sarees are a type of saree that include famous Madhubani art printed on it and done with fingers, twigs, leaves, etc., for an edgy look. Madhubani sarees are very popular. Krissann Barretto has paired this simple saree with stylish hair updos and pendants, earrings, etc., to finish off the look.
- Bangles: Krissann Barretto believes that ethnic fashion is quite honestly incomplete without a good pair of bangles. She recommends a variety of gold plated, handcrafted bangles studded with stunning diamonds, kundans or pearls. Having a set of these in your collection will give you the perfect thing to go with every ethnic outfit regardless of the occasion.
Krissann Barretto has a simple and fresh take on how to best style ethnic wear to not only make you look great but also feel great. Take a look at her Myntra Studio profile for some ethnic inspiration, and if anything strikes your fancy, don’t forget to click on the “Shop Products” option to shop your hearts out. While you’re at it, also make sure to follow Krissann Barretto for more outfit ideas that you can flaunt at your next traditional event!