Yeah, yeah!! I know it’s too late to talk about my Diwali outfit but I couldn’t stop sharing about it.
Festivals, especially, Indian festivals are more about the vibrant colors when it comes to the attire.As it is, I am pretty bored with wearing a lot of neutral color outfits and needed a break to that monotonous neutrals and there you go!! Diwali welcomed me.
I wanted to try a bright colored look with a traditional touch.Also, when it comes to traditional outfits, I am usually stuck with South-Indian styles but this Diwali was different.I wanted to bring in a mix of both South and North Indian styles.
And there goes my choice – “Bandhani”
Bandhani prints , as you might know, is a fabric art form predominantly found in Gujarat and parts of Rajasthan.
Styled my bandhani printed dupatta and lehenga with an intricately designed thread work blouse.I played around with different combinations of mix and match to finally settle with this combo.Junk jewellery was my go-to option for accessories.In an attempt to enhance the look of my plain lehenga, I used an ethnic belt to tie around.
Outfit : Handloom shops near Ramashray
Ethnic Belt : Global Desi
Ear rings, ring and bangles: Dadar streets
Neck Piece : Colaba Causeway
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Photos by Rahul Kongala