A time of celebration, traditions, cheer and memorable moments, the festive season is upon us. Getting dressed in kurtas or dresses with striking embroideries and elaborate prints is just one of the many joys of this exciting time. Here are 5 Indian traditional dresses for women that are a foolproof way of impressing everyone around you. And the best part is that with Lifestyle Stores’ newest ethnic wear collection you can grab kurtas starting from Rs. 499, footwear from Rs. 399, clutches from Rs. 799 and handbags from Rs. 999. So, get shopping and try on these amazing outfits…

Look 1

1.MELANGE Women Printed Straight Kurta

2.CODE Women Textured Slip-On Sandals

3.CODE Women Embellished Clutch

Start off your ethnic wear looks this festive season with Melange by Lifestyle’s latest collection of kurtas for women from just Rs. 499. The Black kurta with three-quarter sleeves and a round neckline stands out because of the shimmering Gold motifs that match the Gold straight pants well. Pair it with Gold accessories to look on point wherever you go – the slip-on sandals from Code with perforated straps and block heels and the glittery embellished clutch, also from Code.

Look 2

1.AURELIA Women Textured Long Shrug

2.GINGER Women Solid Flats

3.CODE Women Solid Twist-Lock Flap Closure Handbag

This year’s trending Diwali outfits for women include shrugs and jackets over kurtas. The full-sleeved textured long shrug from Aurelia in a Bluish-Grey is versatile enough to be paired with a variety of kurta designs. Try a Light Blue straight kurta with an embroidered bodice under this shrug, along with a White churidar. Slide on the solid White flats from Ginger and top off this look with the solid twist-lock flap closure handbag from Code in White with Black and Gold detailing.

Look 3

1.INDYA Women Printed A-line Ethnic Skirt

2.MELANGE Women Embellished Block Heels

3.CODE Solid Clutch with Detachable Strap

Another gorgeous design that is making waves in the latest ethnic clothing for women is the ethnic crop top and skirt combination. Elegant and chic, it is made for the festive season! The Emerald Green ethnic skirt from Indya is covered in Gold foil prints that set off the sheer fabric. Add to it the sleeveless crop top in Gold, and you have an unforgettable outfit. And to accessorise? Go with the block heels in Gold from Melange by Lifestyle with an embellished strap on the front. Continue the Green theme with the solid clutch with a detachable strap from Code.

Look 4

1.BIBA Women Solid Straight Pants

2.MELANGE Women Cutwork Toe-Ring Flats

3.CODE Women Solid Clutch with Chain Strap

You can’t miss out on straight pants and ethnic shirts when talking about ethnic wear outfit ideas for women. The straight pants from Biba in Beige have a printed design at the bottom of each leg that takes the minimalistic pair up a notch, while the Pink three-quarter sleeve shirt with a spread collar and ethnic prints provides it with the contrast it needs. Easy-to-wear flats are what’s needed for this outfit – the cutwork toe-ring flats from Melange by Lifestyle with a perforated-design strap and embellishments will complete this look. Add that finishing touch with the Beige solid clutch with chain strap from Code.

Look 5

1.GLOBAL DESI Women Printed A-Line Dress

2.GINGER Women Solid Open-Toe Flats

3.CODE Women Textured Sling Bag

There’s nothing prettier than Indian traditional dresses for women, and no better time to wear this look than the festive season. Global Desi’s range of dresses will leave you spoilt for choice. Try on their Maroon A-line dress with a sleeveless silhouette, vibrant prints and a matching fabric belt. You can pair this dress with any type of sandals, but the open-toe flats from Ginger in White are our choice since the colour goes with the print of the dress. Top it off with a Maroon or White handbag like the textured sling bag from Code.

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Kirti Ahuja

After reading this blog, I recently tried out ethnic crop top and skirt combination on this Bhai dooj. It turned out Fab!! And surprisingly, this was my first purchase from Melange & it was worth the penny. These ethnic wear outfit ideas for women are worth trying.

Pallavi Shah

My mother shared this article with me, and I am so glad that she did as I was searching for some elegant ethnic wear to add to my closet. Can’t wait to try out all the ethnic wear outfit ideas for women in the blog.

Rakshada Goyal

I liked the 3rd look among the rest ethnic wear outfit ideas for women; It’s a perfect outfit to rock the Mehendi look at the wedding. So I bought this complete outfit & super excited to try this out.


As the wedding season is here it becomes very difficult to create looks. After reading this blog I am so happy and relieved. The different ethnic wear outfit ideas for women mentioned here makes my Shaadi season easy and fashionable