15 Raksha Bandhan Outfits That Scream Pretty And Celebratory
I absolutely cannot imagine life without my brothers, who else will open the door for me when I get home late? My bhais are a blessing and a curse my parents gifted me when I was a kid. They eat all the food, question me before I head out anywhere, but I know at the end of the day they will always have my back. I tried to get rid of my bros, I did, but turns out I’m stuck with them. Apparently, flinging things at them that can grievously injure them is illegal. And with brothers comes the “beautiful bond” that needs to be celebrated with rakhis. I am well aware of how cheesy that sounded, and it’s fine. We all know that this kicks off the entire festive season, so you have to bring your A game when it comes to your Raksha Bandhan outfit. Luckily for you, I have you covered!
Indya does some really cool, modern takes on Indianwear at a relatively affordable price. I love the silhouette and drape of this kurta, also plus points for not having to worry about a dupatta.
House Of Pataudi captures all the regal excellence with this nawabi, brocade kurta!
We all know lime green is trending, take this celeb-fave and juxtapose it with a border of hot pink for some colour-blocking perfection!
This rust and maroon jacket combo is perfect if you’re looking for a fuss-free Raksha Bandhan outfit!
The pretty, tiny pitta embroidery in red and gold makes this kurta really stand out for me! If you are particular about the kind of fabrics you wear, this one is in a cotton blend, so it’ll look dressy while being breathable too.
This pink and orange kurta is a no-brainer that you can slip on whenever you want to dress up without spending too much time but still look put together.
I absolutely adore the way muslin looks and feels, and this simple yet sophisticated kurta from Biba is ideal for a small celebration at home.
Could this kurta be more festive? That beaten gold work and bright fuchsia hue on this A-line kurta scream celebration, don’t you think?
I personally love a good Anarkali kurta that can hide my tummy and this pretty one from Sangria has just enough work on the border to look dressy!
This is the kind of kurta you’d usually find me in – it’s relatively relaxed. The pop of colour with those pompoms and handkerchief hemline make it less basic!
I absolutely love how this mustard kurta is sexy without being overtly so. The slits definitely show off a bit of skin, but I think it’s restrained enough for you to wear to a family do!
In my opinion, the perfect festive wardrobe has a mix of classics and contemporary. This classic anarkali with zari work hits all the right notes, don’t you think?
The embellished jacket + tunic combo is too stunning not to add to cart, right? #PerfectRakshaBandhanOutfit