Continuing my state of allure from the last post, it would not be fair to associate the elitist and sheen an Indian wear could bring to one's personality .Its that time of the year again, the nip, the whiff of festivities , weddings , and the dressing up fun has just only started. Each passing year, wedding wear and Indian wear era seems to be evolving and its just the beginning . We are bombarded with constant new ideas and everyone really wants to stand out on their special day - Enter-Fashion Blogs. From Indian wear inspirations to local street styles to "What To Wear When " tag , we seem to show it all on the blog.
This year the Karvachauth fever gripped the city's biggest fashion event-WIFW ongoing at Pragati maidan. The organizers dedicated an area for the women observing the fast, and everything as per the rituals and norms were arranged . Even the designers ,enthusiastically, attended the rituals un- brokenly , and it seemed more fun to break the fast under the Fashion moonlight with an equal mix of limelight. The guys from the PR team directed me to the karvachauth lounge, where we could all wait after the shows and have a Google hangout session and break our fasts in a more technologically driven manner.
This was my outfit from the day and I love the fact that the Sari is super light. Its the first time I am ever trying an orange and blue combo. The corset has beautiful Pearl detailing and the Pallu of the Sari meet up at the ends in the form of a triangle. This ready made piece from Study By Janak , was screaming "pick me up and wear it " and I had no second thoughts about it later. I am loving ready to wear Sari trends these days , and the store can spoil you for the choice. Their collection is clean and minimal and that's the way I like it, and would always return back every year to them to wear my festive blinghhh.
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Outfit: Study By Janak
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Haath Phool- C/o Tarun Tahiliani
Pearl Earrings- C/o Ritu Kumar