I love it. The charm of silver jewellery! You can never go wrong with huge silver baali ‘s, a silver choker, a horde of silver bangles….
Whenever you want to uplift a simple outfit, just add a chunky silver piece. It has the old world charm along with the modern quirkiness. Also a big silver cocktail ring adds a lot of fun to your look.
Not to mention that the oxidised look in silver is more attractive than the shiny look.
It has the modern with the old world charm. Silver accessories go well with Indian, Western and fusion wear.
So girls… go silver!!!!!
I love this green necklace….it’s beauty is more because of the silver pendant. I am wearing a kota dupatta with a white chikankari Kurta…Love the combo.
I love velvet in winters. This material has a nice shine to it, and looks royal and classy. For a small ceremony at a friends place, I wore this velvet long kurta with a velvet dupatta. My jewelry was ethnic, in gold and kundan.
You can also wear velvet in a simpler print and without the gold embellishments, for a simple dinner in winters.
Florals are not always about summer. Depending on the fabric, you can wear florals in any weather.
Here I am wearing a formal long crepe floral kurta with a shimmery motif.I have paired it with formal silk trousers.
I am wearing a pearl and silver necklace for added glamour.
The small floral buttons on the kurta are delightful.
It has been a task always to add variety to my winter wear.
Here I am wearing a long silk kurta, with paisley print. The brown color gives a nice change from black and greys. On top , i am wearing a long brown sweater with collars. The richness of silk adds sophistication. There is not much need of accessories, if the material is nice.
The kurta has collars which I have buttoned up.
A nice comfortable wear for work.
Winter is here! Now is the time to layer and experiment. Here is my colorful look for a dreary winter day.
A turquoise quilted reversible jacket worn over a same colored woollen kurta and black tights is my OOTD.
Black ballerinas complete the look.
Wearing black is a rule in winters. But ,wearing it with a twist is the key.
Here I am wearing a collared kurta, that is paneled with a multicolored print on one side.
I am wearing this kurta with black palazzos and nude ballerinas. To beat the cold, I am wearing a long black cape in a fine knit.
The back of the kurta is printed, as is the front half. The cuffs on the sleeves are also printed.
Took a black pashmina scarf while traveling. A pair of cat eye sunglasses from DKNY complete the look.
Wearing shrugs, like I did in my last post, is good when it is not too cold. But it is surely, not a very good way of beating the oncoming severe winter. To make Indian wear more comfortable in winters, I am going to show a look that can keep you more warm.
It is a task to make Indian wear look smart and chic in winters.
The short sweater and shawl look is very boring.
Here I am wearing a mauve long printed satin kurta with a mauve drape and tights. To make this outfit wearable in more cold, I have layered it with a nice long black sweater, a multicolored stole and black boots.
Actually, a long black sweater, black boots and a multicolored scarf should be a part of your winter capsule wardrobe.
As usual ,I love my favorite silver accessories. Here I am wearing a silver Amethyst necklace.
Go, check it out.
I am a great fan of long shrugs. Especially, ultralong ones are a boon for a slimming effect.
Here, I am wearing a long multicolored Rajasthani Kurta, with black palazzos and a sleeveless lycra black shrug. This is a typical fusion wear. I love this shrug, as it has come to my rescue a number of times ,when I need a flattering silhouette
The long multicolored kurta gives a nice break to the black outfit.
The light layering is enough for the slight chill.
I have accessorized very less in this outfit, as the colors of the kurta stand out.
Nude ballerinas are perfect for this attire.
A great outfit for women who don’t want to let go of their ethnic wear.
Today while rummaging through my wardrobe, i was thinking of what to wear . I wanted to wear something striking yet comfortable. I definitely wanted to add some drama to my outfit.
It was then I thought of wearing something black and white. I always feel it is the best way to add drama to your attire.
Me in my Indian wear….
It is a sure shot way to catch eyeballs.
Simple, classy and fashionable at the same time.
Even though this look does not require much accessorizing,but you can still add some jewelry
To accessorize, you need black shoes or slippers and some silver jewellery. You can also wear silver slippers to add some more glam. This outfit can also be worn with diamonds or pearls, for a more sophisticated evening look.