“Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment.” ~Claude Monet
The sky is beaming with joy as I write this blog today. I love winters but the bright sunshine that just came in to say hello, looks equally mesmerizing. The lovely weather also sounded like the perfect time to pave way for this amazing collaboration I chanced upon with the brand IMEthnic.
Let me start by saying how blown away I was by the colorful, bohemian, modern Indian yet unique styles this brand has to offer. Their clothes carry a soul and an identity of their own while also retaining their Indian roots. I’m all for outfits which have an eclectic mix of Indian and western moods but have something unique to offer as well. I love how the brand has used colours and prints in all their designs and come up with comfortable, fun yet stylish clothes. I am going to post few more looks with the brand and you can check out their entire collection here.
P.S. They have sale going on right now, something you should definitely not miss out on.
Mixing prints and colours while creating contrasts has always been a favourite thing of mine. The red Dabu leaf printed palazzo pants are great for your brunches or say, a visit to the movies or mall. You can team them up with shirts or tees for a casual outing or a long plain kurta for a more formal affair.
Since we are still basking in the winter sun, I decided to do a fall look with them.
I clearly wanted this to be a colourful blog post and hence, chose pink to bring depth and contrast (as well as some fun) to the red outfit. Now, I know a lot of us are lovers of black and all colours sober, but what is life if you are not having fun with all these colours we have? Also, one should not be afraid to embrace colours, just be confident enough of carrying them out; believe you me, they are a major mood-lifters!
I wore a pink sweater on top of a classic white shirt with my red pants. I styled the entire outfit with a sling bag and tan sandals to augment some neutrality and balance to the whole look. I also pinned a cute brooch on the belt of my bag just to add some more zing. The over-sized loops were the only jewelry piece I needed for the look.