Hellow Pretty girls & dudes!
What’s up with ya’ll? Hope things are great at your end. As a teenager I always struggled in terms of fashion, I was more into the academics, sports and extracurriculars rather than fashion or style. I use to wear what my Mom would buy for me and never had any problems with her choice. As time passed I developed an interest in it and after my marriage, I got a better perspective of my talent since I married a Fashion Designer! Yes, My husband is a designer and no, it’s not a love marriage. I will definitely share my story with you, but let’s keep that for some other day 🙂 Since he’s a designer and has knowledge about the best stuff available, my knowledge in fashion increased and I could improvise on a lot of things with his help. He always pushes me to go beyond my comfort zone and try things which I have never tried before. So this is my advice to you all as well – Do not limit yourselves to the regular stuff. Do not confine yourselves to stereotypes like ‘this colour is not for me’, ‘that pattern makes me look broader’, ‘ I could never carry something so bold’. These are just restrictions in your mind. Do not bother about being criticised, as long as you feel comfortable in your own skin. The world is full of judgemental people so LET THEM BE. Of course, there are outfits which do not look so great as compared to others but there is always something you could do about it like adding some striking jewellery or accessory, pairing it up with something different, changing the style of wearing it etc. Don’t get disheartened or regret over not buying the stuff you like, or if there is your favourite dress buried deep down in your closet & you are not wearing it just because you think you have put on some weight or so then it’s about time you take it out, build some confidence in you and see the results yourself!
Coming to the 5th look for Navratri, I present to you this Fusion outfit which is an embroidered kutch work trouser with a cut-sleeves blouse. It has an attached dupatta on one-shoulder where I added a bewitching shoulder accessory and a broach near my waist from where I draped the dupatta to the other side. I wore this classy copper-gold choker and a multi-coloured feather ear cuff which matched with my outfit perfectly. Along with me in the picture is my Husband who looked equally stylish with his blazer. He’s wearing a kalamkari print vest which has an extended end which could be draped in the dhoti. On the vest, He wore a white shirt and the navy blue blazer which gave him a very aesthetic look. He wore a white dhoti and a red turban that matched with the kalamkari print. He himself designs the outfits and was happy with all the compliments he received. Hope you guys liked this look of ours, you can try it out using your own creativity and look ravishing!
Today is the first day of the Ae haalo fun, so kick-start this Navratri with the best ensemble & have a fantastic time with your Friends & Family. Shall come back soon with the next one. Take care until then & wishing you all a very Happy Navratri.