festivity means more fashion in your closet
For me festival means fun, family, movies, food and millions of pictures in Indian outfits flooding my social media. This is only time I and a lot of girls would like to open their closet, pick up a suit or a lehenga and pair the best ethnic jewellery to look the best.
The tricky part while selecting Indian outfits are “what if it’s too much?” There is no way an over done Indian look is appreciated and might result in making you feel out of the place, or may be all over place. But the best part of picking up the right look results in being praised, complemented & being the center of attraction.
Whenever I am in dilemma about choosing that particular outfit from my closet, I always go for a flared skirt paired with a crop top or a choli. It is the flared skirt, be it printed or a single solid colour, that gives the whole outfit more Indian-ness to it. In my look, I am wearing a very pretty red, manipuri, silk skirt from Yamini Malani paired with a golden crop top. To make the look dramatic, I just wore a big, chunky, ethnic neck piece along with a maang-tikka and hath-phool. This look can be carried by everyone with grace. You can play with the look by different ethnic pieces and decide for what looks the best on you.
I hope you all will have a lot of good pictures in amazing ethnic outfits this festive season, do shop your skirt from Yamini Malani and create your own look. Do not forget to follow me on instagram(@sakshiguptaofficial) and on facebook( sakshi gupta official)
Picture Courtesy: Vaibhav Sachdeva
What am I wearing
Skirt: Yamini Malani
Crop Top: Global desi
Jewellery & Jutti: Chandni Chawk