Wish you all a very Happy Holi!! How has the day been for all you beautiful readers?For me,Holi bingings include loads of gujiyas,keema samosa that my mum makes especially on this day and witnessing Holika dehen. It is one of the most favourite festivals for the ones who love playing and experimenting with colours.Being a blogger,experimentation is right up my alley and what better than integrating ethnic with casual,edgy key pieces in the wardrobe.
There has been a lot of rage about this high-low trend on topwear from kurtis to maxis,to maxi tops.I had been looking for short kurtis online onn a number of sites when I spotted this particular kurti shirt which had this attractive high-low thing onn it.Unsure of how it would look on me,I still risked my decision of going ahead with this and I am so glad I tried this out.
This is something you can wear at possibly so many occasions.You can dress it up for a party or dress it down for college day or sommething you would wear while running your errands.An interesting detailing on this kurti is the pink border on the inner edge which breaks the monotony of an otherwise conventional floral print and adds dimension to the waist area as well.
Accessorised the outfit with a few midi rings,a statement ring and a golden coloured bracelet.The white bottoms give that chic look to the ethnic ensemble and bring the contemporary side of this outfit out.
I have been a bit into purchasing yellow pieces for my wardrobe since I lack them and on every Basant Panchmi my Mom is like-You buy clothes throughout the year but don’t have a single Yellow to wear on such an important day :P. Do let me know inn the comments section below,how did you find this ensemble and I shall see you next time with a new post on the blog.
Rings-Forever 21,Pipa & Bella
Bracelet-Pipa & Bella
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