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.
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.
I am a huge fan of traditional wear but I love a slight twist. Today I am wearing a long yellowish beige kurta with an animal print patching on the neckline and on the hemline.
I have paired it with a simple silver hasli and diamond earrings.
To beat the chill I have picked up a black shrug.
Beige ballet flats complete the look.
The key is not to go OTT and let the animal print stand out.
This is a nice outfit for fall. It is traditional yet has a contemporary touch to it.