Ethnic summer look

Ethnic Indian summer dress with wide trousers from Biba

Today another ethnic look, a cotton set from Biba: a floral print dress, wide ankle length pants and a dupatta. Sometimes I like to wear Indian clothes especially when they are that pretty and stylish as this ensemble. I don't understand those who live in a foreign country and never ever try on what local folks wear. It is always fun for me and I really enjoy wearing ethnic clothes.

Indian summer ensemble from Biba

Slightly loose silhouette, soft light cotton fabric, nice decorative details in embroidery and crochet -a wonderful piece to wear on a hot day and look pretty. Love it!

Floral dress with ankle length wide trousers

Crochet and embroidery decorative details on the dress

Of course I wore Indian style jewelry to go with with outfit: bracelets and peacock earrings

Bracelets, bangles and semi-precious stone rings

Indian style peacock earrings

The bag is also in Indian style, made from jute fabric and decorated with some stones.

Jute bag decorated with stones

Linking up with Visible Monday and Turning Heads Tuesday

Summer outfit from Biba Ethnic set of dress, trousers and dupatta - Biba, jute bag, bangles and peacock earrings - local market, wedges - St.George, bracelets - Monsoon

Have a nice day!

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  1. So pretty! I love the shape of the dress, and the trousers are so light and feminine. thanks for linking up, xox


  2. The colors are so pretty, you look lovely! :)

  3. Your tunic looks great with the cropped trousers, really cool!

  4. You look really lovely in this great tunic,perfecttly paired with the wide leg cropped pants and wedge sandals .

  5. That's a gorgeous look Olga and it suits you so well. Love the bag, wedges and earrings with it.

  6. Wow Olga, this is so beautiful! I love the embroidered red flowers and the detailed sleeves. The bag looks fab with it!
    Thanks for linking!
    jess xx

  7. Such a lovely outfit Olga! The print in the dress is beautiful. Love all the jewelry. I would love to buy that bag. Very inspiring! I bet you turn a lot of heads in town!