40 Ethnic Indian Fashion LooksFashion TipsWomanJuly 21, 2016 shares Facebook Twitter Pinterest TumblrSo you want to go Indian, do you? we can ensure that you will enjoy going ethnic Indian because it is colorful and fun and the best part is that it works on most body types and in most instances if you go overboard in your mix of styles, it will still work. This is because Indian fashions are constantly evolving adding bits and pieces not only from the many states in the country but from all over the world. So it would not be wrong for you to wear a tunic without a slit by itself or combined with contrasting or matching tights. The more jewelry you are able to get on, the better it is for you, the only caution being don’t be too cautious. It is bold and colorful and has a tendency to accentuate your femininity and it is kind to all body types. We feel that even if you had not been interested in Ethnic Indian fashion looks before this, you would find yourself drawn in now. While there are refreshing and traditional saree designs for you, this may not be something that you want to start with. Ethnic Indian Fashion Looks There is no doubt that the traditional Indian saree will create gorgeous looks if done right. And what is more, the saree is in essence a piece of cloth and this means that it is pretty versatile and one size does fit all. But before you start grabbing the lovely saree in all its glory and abundant choices in design, fabrics, colors and patterns, do think twice if you can pull it off. Once you do, also work on the petticoat or the under skirt and the blouse that you will wear with it. However, before you start thinking that it is too difficult to pull off, do look at colorful Indian fashion trends to follow in 2016. Here Are Some Simple Ways To Pull Of The Ethnic Indian Fashion Looks:Full skirts and embroidered tunics: This is a combination that is so essentially Indian that you will not go wrong. Just ensure that the skirt is not too short and that it is full enough. The color combination is not so important as the motifs on the skirt and the blouse. Do ensure that you add some colorful beads and some big hoops or jhumkas along with this ensemble. Another good news is that you can wear flat camel leather shoes with colorful wool embroidery on them.Long colorful tunic with tight leggings: The color combination in this instance is very important for it to appear Indian ethnic. The tunic length can vary from anywhere above the knee to a length that is near the calf or the ankle. You can ensure that the tunic is well fitted and has a slit running along the sides starting from the waist or the hip level. Combined with the leggings in matching colors or in contrast, this is a great look for girls or women who are conscious of being too curvy. For women who think they are too thin (very rare instances), they can do away with slit and add a lot of pleats to the portion just below the breast line. You can also add a colorful scarf either in contrast or matching to this ensemble.Parallel pants with a top: If you are not too comfortable with leggings as they skim too tight to the line of your legs and bum, you can go with parallel pants or palazzos that are cool and comfortable. Adding small touches like a few chime like beads to the hem of your tunic or tie can also make it very Indian ethnic. Touches of gold and silver at your neck, ears and wrists will make the look come alive. You can also go with a simple stretch blouse along with a clingy saree to look so hot that you will curse yourself for not trying this look earlier. Another way to make an Indian ethnic impression is to wear long skirt either tight or full along with a nonexistent blouse that celebrates your back and front with a contrasting shawl or scarf to cover the top.