Croptop-skirt separates are so convenient and make great versatile items to be worn on their own. I mean,you can always wear both the crop-top and the skirt with different pairings and you never even have to worry about repeating the same attire!
Versatility is a great styling option croptop-skirt sets offer.
Indian outfits look lovely in bright festive colors. So this time around when I was in Jaipur on Rakshabandhan I had made my mind to color myself in the color of the Pink City itself- PINK.
I love that the crop-top has a fun print in shades of blue and green because it is such a nice contrast to the monotone of the Rani Pink!
I paired it with something that befits the heritage and rustic Jaipur with silver chandelier jhumkas by Sangeeta Boochra which carry a lovely green half-moon design and white pearl-drops. A match made in heaver I’d say.
I felt like sporting some bangles that day, when again silver came to my rescue.It also kept well with my vision to embrace the rusty and bohemian Rajasthani feel in my outfit.
I Finished the look with a Jaipuri embroidered clutch with beautiful pom-poms and green,blue,red accents on it. I had to walk that day,so I added a very convenient and modern choice in my footwear with some beige V wedges.
Quick -Tip- Pom-Pom details on shoes, sandals, bags , sleeves, earrings or basically anything is very in for 2016 keeping your bohemian side covered.
My makeup is simple- lined eyes and bright fuchsia lips and my hair parted sideways and open!
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