Hello chic people,
There are still so many weddings to go and we can’t shop each time. Today’s outfit is what I wore to my friend’s Phera ceremony but you could easily translate it to a Sangeet or Mehndi look.
Everything in this outfit is what we all already own. I just paired them in a novel way. You too have these elements in your wardrobe girls, so you don’t have to spend a ton on new outfits for every wedding function you attend.
I wore this navy floral print shirt dress (which I have worn so many times) as a kameez with my mum’s vintage fuchsia salwar and unbuttoned it from the bottom to give a split effect. The salwar has beautiful golden stripes on it and is almost 15 years old. I loved how the prints and colors clash in this one.
Did I mention fuchsia and turquoise are my favourite colors?The dupatta is from an ensemble I got from Gaurav Gupta recently and it has this pretty floral detailing on its borders too.
My accessories are minimal in this outfit. Bold colors already give this outfit a presence and I did not want to overshadow them. So I added these statement jhumkas to finish the look. Since it was early morning when the ceremony finished so I do look a little sleep deprived.
I don’t like to do a lot with my hair, so I just let them open. A pair of nude peep-toes finished the look.
I was bag free but you could add a box clutch in gold or texture to finish your look. For my make-up, just a cat-eye, loads of mascara and hot pink lips did the trick.
Also spotted this beautiful peacock pair while shooting, such beautiful creatures they are.
We are into 2016 and I hope all of you have a fun-filled year ahead. To me, this year is all about striving hard to achieve my dreams and be with like-minded people. Life is all about learning and growing continuously no matter how many times people or situations put you down.
Till the next one take care!
| Shirt dress – Femella | Salwar – Mums | Jhumkas – Zaveri Pearls | Dupatta – Gaurav Gupta |
Heels – Charles & Keith |