Different Ways to New Style Indian Outfits – How to Style

Always wearing your indian outfits for traditional occasions, or weddings and need to get the right look with styling? Well today wearing a simple outfit differently is the most fashionable way to dress up. New style indian outfits are made such a way that they can be worn in new ways to create an unique outfit look.

The best example of wearing Indian wear styled differently would be a saree. The same saree for a wedding, for a bridesmaids look, a party or a farewell party. We all know numerous ways to wear a saree is what makes it so versatile.

But today, there are so many indo western outfits which have more ways of wearing them in styling, pairing and adding different jewells for a complete new look. Let’s take a look at some easy ways to wear Indian outfits in a new style.

Modern Indian Dresses Style Ideas

Modern Indian Dresses Style Ideas

1. Anarkali Dress with Saree Styling

Completely different Indian dresses for girls who like wearing a saree. It’s a quick hack to wear your anarkali dress with a draped saree dupatta look. See video to learn this.

2. Sharara Suit with a saree drape

Not very new, but yes the choice of sharara pattern and saree changes the look. Wear your saree drape like a khada dupatta drape style. This will give you a different wedding Indian dress style.

3. Salwar suit with a cape or jacket

Easier than draping, the dupatta can be styled like a cape or jacket easily. Using a different dupatta is the key here. It transforms the entire look. No stitching is involved but yes, a few pins would come in handy. (see video on wearing dupatta on salwar suit in 10 ways)

Lehenga choli in Modern Style

Lehenga choli in Modern Style

1. Wearing Lehenga choli with Palazzo Set

The mix and match technique comes in handy here, wear lehenga is swapped with palazzo and instead of dupatta of lehenga, wear the dupatta of palazzo suit or cape if it has that.

2. Converting Lehenga Choli into a Gharara Set

This time try wearing a heavy kurti or kameez that has embroidery to match the lehenga. Instantly you have a heavy gharara suit ready. Make it modern, then add a spaghetti sleeve kurti or kameez and a normal stole dupatta.

Saree into a Modern Outfit

Saree into a Modern Outfit

1. Saree with a modern blouse

The same saree looks different with a modern blouse or a shirt or top instead of the saree blouse. Learn different draping ways to add more glam to the new fashion Indian outfit.

2. Saree with a dupatta

Now it’s a traditional way to wear a dupatta and saree, but a modern way too. One adds the dupatta as an extra drape in pleats. Two you can drape it as a palla drape from neckline wrapped style.

There are more ways to wear a saree in modern style. Read blog post on modern saree draping ideas.

3. Saree draped to dress

An unique latest indian fashion trend 2024, saree as a dress. The draping and what else is used to create the outfits plays an important role. We have currently done a video on Wearing saree in Modern Dress style. Watch to Try these creative party Indian outfit looks.

How to wear Kurti Sets in Modern Style

How to wear Kurti Sets in Modern Style

1. Kurta kameez with Jeans

Easy mix match for casual indian fashion style, just wear your kurta set’s kurti top with jeans. Add some boho jhumkas and bangles and you are ready for a stroll in the market. Even a short sharara kameez in peplum or aline or straight cut looks great on jeans.

2. Long kurti or Anarkali like a dress

Bring out those flared kurtis or salwar suits. Wear them like dresses. The Kurti dresses are still in trend and a great way to style for an ethnic fusion look. Adding juttis or chappals for a fusion taste of style.

You may also learn Indian outfit styling by adding more dramatic pieces as layering to get a different style.


  • Invest in Ethnic Koti or jackets – wear them over kurtis. Or wear it as a saree blouse to get a bohemian style. They look great with Lehengas as well, a jacket with a flared lehenga skirt.
  • Banarasi dupattas – best is to get your hand on multi-coloured banarasi dupatta to wear with a kurti set, saree or lehenga for double draping. They add instant charm.
  • Add Crop tops to your must-haves, they are best with lehengas, palazzo pants or sharara and dupattas for a modern look.