FESTIVAL ALERT : RAKSHABANDHAN
Hope you all are doing great!! Rakshabandhan is almost here and we all are confused what to wear. Most of the time we end up wearing same old boring collection from our wardrobe or buy some same suits or kurtas from the market. But not this year. This is the time to change with the trends.
Today’s blog is completely wardrobe stricken. I will wear all the basic things that a girl usually has in her wardrobe.
I have created 3 looks you can wear this festive season and look best in your own way.
LOOK 1 : THE SKIRT
Every girl has a basic long skirt in her wardrobe. But, if you don’t have one you can easily grab it from Sarojini nagar it will cost you 200 rupees ,which is very cheap.
For this look I took a pink colour long skirt and paired it up with my black colour body suit (you can also take a plain top if you don’t have a bodysuit and if you want a bodysuit you can get it from H&M or forever 21 ) along with a pink dupatta. To complete the look I added the silver long necklace and silver earings.
LOOK 2 : GO WITH FUSION
Fusion’s are something which every girl loves but is never able to style them, even if they try they fail to match proper colour combinations and patterns.
For this look, I took a black colour V-neck top and paired it up with an Indigo palazzo. To complete the look I wore silver earrings and mom’s old jhanjhar as necklace along with kohlapuri chappals.
LOOK 3: PLAY WITH THE MAXI
This is literally my favourite look. As I always say “Black never runs out of trend.” You guys are probably aware about how much obsessed I am with blacks. You’ll always find me wearing something black in my outfit everyday. Nobody can get over with the magic of that colour.
To create this look, I took my old black maxi dress. I completed the look by pairing up a printed dupatta, a belt and silver earings to give it an Indo-Western look.
That’s all for today