5 Chic Ways to Style a Shrug

5 Chic Ways to Style a Shrug

Shrugs are a pretty unique cloth type, as they themselves act as an accessory over a kurta, formal shirt, tops or a tee shirt tucked in. Deciding on the outfit vibe will determine our shrug selection and how we style it. Let's show you top 5 chic ways to style a shrug that will have you turning heads wherever you go! 

Boho Look with Himalayan Shrug:

Combine this Shrug in Himalayan Stripes with a basic tank top and distressed jeans. Complete your outfit with understated jewellery like sleek chains and bold hoop earrings, along with a pair of ankle boots. This look can be perfect for a chill evening picnic, or when you're wandering a new city traveling solo, or hitting up a music fest. 

Belted Party Outfit

Transform your gala look by belting your shrug at the waist. This would flaunt your curves and add a touch of class. You have a to pick a nice belt which complements the shrug and your other accessories. Pair with solid color dress, turtle neck sweater & black jeans, or skirt for a chic look perfect for night out.

The Athleisure Vibe

Who says style and comfort can't coexist? Pair leggings with a sports bra and a shrug for a chic sporty look, perfect for hitting the gym or running errands. Pair with sneakers and a messy bun for the ultimate athleisure vibe!

Professional/Office Attire

Layering is essential for creating a sophisticated look with a shrug for office settings. Pair your shrug with beige pants and a black sweater (you can check the below image for reference) or a crisp formal shirt for a professional outfit. Add some subtle jewelry to complete the look, and you’ll be ready to take on the day with confidence and style. Check out our Woven Shrug which would be perfect for this look.

Ethnic Elegance

In ethnic settings, pretty much required for cultural festivals like Diwali, Holi, Rakhi, Durga Pooja, Pongal, Navratri, Eid-Ul-Fitr, Ganesh Chaturthi, Onam where we seek accessory to complement Indian heritage, use this shrug with a traditional suit or kurta. This mix not only adds a tint of modernity to your ethnic look but it will help you shine in a sea of people with elegance. Try this striped shrug

Now you have 5 different looks you would get by styling capes with multiple clothes. Don't be afraid to mix and match these looks as fashion is about creating your own unique styles... If you have new ideas or you have styled these shrugs, do send us your image and get featured in a blog post or an instagram story. Message us here. Happy styling!

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