Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

No matter how effective Paris fashion week becomes, we Bengalis will always have very distinct of what looks best on us. So here are 5 things that every Bengali girl just cannot get over.

1. Red Bindi –

Red Bindi Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

Red Bindi Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

Your age is irrelevant and if you are a Bengali you are meant to rock the red bindi either with a salwar suit or with your favorite saree. It just adds on to the pretty face every Bengali girl possesses.

2. Golden Jhumkas –

Golden Jhumkas Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

Golden Jhumkas Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

Be it mom’s favorite jhumka or the one that caught your attention at Gariahat, every Bengali girl loves to wear jhumkas. Especially when you ask her to dress up for an occasion, she will finish her look with just the right pair of golden jhumkas.

3. Kurtis with Embroidery –

Kurtis with Embroidery Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

Kurtis with Embroidery Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

Be it a day in college or a festival, every Bengali girl knows how to play safe with a kurti or be bold with some quirky prints. From Gariahat and Dakshinapan to global desi or mother earth, we know what suits us best for sure!

4. White Saree with Red Border –

White Saree with Red Border Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

White Saree with Red Border Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

Not just a Durga Puja scenario, a white saree with red border and a sequined blouse will always be an eye catcher at a party. Almost every girl owns this saree to pull off a traditional look at any occasion.

5. Kajal –

Kajal Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

Kajal Bengali Dressing Lifestyle

No one can deny the eternal relationship between a girl and her kajal. Every wide eyed Bengali girl adds on to her expressive eyes with a tinge of kajal which brightens up the room effortlessly. This is also a lazy girl’s escape solution to look pretty and also works well for minimalists.

There, you now have some secrets of pretty Bengali girls unveiled for you!

Author Bio: This article has written and shared by Shramana Chakraborty.