Decoding tribal influences in Indian fashion

Five professionals tell you how to imbibe trending tribal motifs and styles without going over-the-top in them

brunch Updated: Jan 20, 2018 22:24 IST
Samreen Tungekar
Samreen Tungekar
Hindustan Times
Tribal influences are visible in all kinds of outfits these days and here’s how you can wear them.(Raj K Raj)
Devanshi wears an embellished dhoti and choli by Poonam Dubey, Septum ring and silver armlet from Nimai and choker from Paralove (Raj K Raj)
Devanshi wears a blouse, metallic cuff, ring and silver anklets from Paralove, earrings from Nimai, denim shorts from Mango and jutis from NeedleDust (Raj K Raj)
Bhawna wears a sari with embellished blouse from Qbik, ring from Paralove and feather earrings from Cajal Mandira (Raj K Raj)
Bhawna wears an overlap maxi dress from, Paralove, necklace from Nimai, ring from Cajal Mandira and jutis from NeedleDust (Raj K Raj)
Anna wears a black tube top from Jockey, crinkled stole as turban and lehenga by Poonam Dubey, silver necklace and cuff from Nimai and jutis from NeedleDust (Raj K Raj)
Anna wears an embroidered jacket and necklace from Paralove, feather earrings from Cajal Mandira, metallic cuffs from Nimai and shoes from Aldo (Raj K Raj)
Soumya wears a matha-patti, necklace and ring from Paralove, drape dress from The Silk Tree and jutis from NeedleDust (Raj K Raj)
Soumya wears an off-shoulder maxi dress from Paralove, feather earrings and necklace from Cajal Mandira and sandals from H&M (Raj K Raj)
Jenjum wears an applique embroidery shirt and embellished trousers from his collection, watch from Issey Miyake, glasses from RayBan, silver band of his own and shoes from Prada (Raj K Raj)
Jenjum wears a T-shirt from H&M, fulkari embroidered pants from his own collection, anklet from Nimai and reading glasses from RayBan (Raj K Raj)

First Published: Jan 20, 2018 22:24 IST