Welcome to my fashion lookbook by Indian Fashion Blogger. Today’s look is inspired by my love for fusion wear and mixing and matching to create new looks and styles. And Yes, I am skipping Anarkalis this time. Today’s look is one that is super comfortable yet full of colors and fun. This is a hassle free look for Diwali shoppings, visiting melas and sitting on the floor for card parties. Tight pants, jeans and churidaars make it so uncomfortable to sit on floor and enjoy the hand at playing. So here I am in a nice Desi Belle tunic and patiala salwaar along with flat sandals. It was so easy walking through the day and shop at the mall. I am still alive thanks to the comfort 🙂
The final countdown to one of the most celebrated and shining festival has begun. The roads are lit, the shops are lit and the homes are shining in love, color and warmth. The little chill in the air just makes it so lively around. I have shopped for golden decorative lights and nicely wrapped them on the grill in my balcony. I just love Diwali lights hanging from roof to every corner of the house. My area is totally lit up and some of the houses are decorated like a new bride. Wow wow wow! I still have to buy myself a Diwali gift- and I insist all you girls to buy yourself a nice Diwali gift too. C’mon treat yourself, consider yourself special, you totally deserve it. Buy something you have been eyeing for long or something you have been just ignoring because of busy schedules. I have been wanting new boots for winters so this time I am 100% gifting them to myself- maybe 2 pairs to make up for the last year. Anything special you girls are buying?
Top : Thanks to Desi Belle
Bottom & neckpiece: Random
Shoes: Pick from my trip to Bali
Accessories : Bag, Shantanu & Nikhil for Vogue