Welcome back to my blog!
I had promised two festive looks for this year’s Diwali and so here I am with the second one. This one is more traditional of the two and I sincerely hope you like both the looks. Please do let me know in the comments section if you did and also if you want me to do more festive/ethnic looks on the blog.
For the last couple of years may be, I have been drawn towards minimalist and cotton / linen Indian wear a lot. I was never an in-your-face-blingy-Indian-wears sort of a person but I always liked wearing some rich fabric like silk or some bold prints and jewelries for the festive season. I do like them now as well but the sight of a handloom saree or a cotton suit set is equally pleasing.
So for today’s blog post, I picked up this elegant and simple sharara suit set from a boutique called Empress Pitara. They make some amazing Indo western and ethnic outfits and you should definitely check them out. (I have linked their Instagram page at the end of the blog)
The highlight of this navy blue – maroon suit set for me is the dupatta. With gota work and frills at the border, this dupatta was love at first site for me. I first thought of accessorizing the suit with a long silver necklace but I wanted the dupatta to grab all the attention and hence, dropped the idea. Instead I wore a shoulder-grazing gold earrings and a single layer gold coin necklace to accessorize. I also opted for my oversized patch work clutch, which is a Delhi street find, to go with this look. Gold wedges finished out my Diwali look.
Hope you liked this look and it inspires you to create something similar.
Here’s wishing all my readers a very Happy and Safe Deepawali!
Until next time,
Stay stylish, Stay fabulous,