With abstract prints in tribal patterns, take the hippie style with its carefree silhouette for your next music festival
Taking inspiration from the style book of the 1960s, the hippie style took over Bollywood with flared and baggy pants, floral ensembles and abstract prints adopted by these celebrities. Read on to find out how to recreate a hippie look:
Channeling her free spirit, actress Kiara Advani shows us how to create a three-piece set including a fit and flare sharara, bralette blouse and cape for your next music event. Let the sharara do the talking and finish the look with tassel earrings and subtle makeup.
Mix your festival look with the season’s favorite style – a coordinated set with tribal prints like actress Tara Sutaria. Wear this hippie cut with a mix of accessories like a nose pin, bracelets and silver jhumkas for an Indian touch.
Wearing a modern and abstract lehenga, actor Shilpa Shetty Kundra mixes hippie and traditional Indian style. To recreate the look, you can opt for a mini top and pair it with rust red flared pants and a cape for an easy festival look. Don’t forget the stacks of cuffs and statement earrings!
If colorful prints and maximalist style aren’t your thing, opt for an all-black outfit like actor Sonakshi Sinha while killing the hippie style game. Take the classic black and silver route – wear a black bralette, sheer pants and floral appliqués. Accentuate the look with silver accessories like a belt, layered necklaces and a stack of bracelets.
Fashion blogger Kritika Khurana Chhabra, who wore a tie-dye bralette, slit skirt and wrap jacket, marries bohemian vibes with hippie style. She completed the ensemble with seashell sandals and a colorful beach bag with pom poms.
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