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.
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.
Yess…for me this is true. I am huge fan of this color. I also mix blue with black for an interesting look.
I wear longish outfits, as they are slimming and suit my age.
Here, I am wearing a blue kurta with black palazzos, and a navy blue long fine knit sweater. (sorry for the bad picture quality…working towards it!)
I have accessorized it with a silver necklace with Lapis Lazuli beads, that I got from Jaipur.
Wore this to an evening at a winter carnival .
To take care of the walking, wore nude flats
My favorite in winters is black. I think it’s everyone’s favorite.
Because I wear Indian wear to work,I have to stylishly wear my black multipurpose sleeveless jacket with my kurta.
Here I am wearing a short black quilted silk jacket with an ink blue kurta. The blue and black is a lively and dramatic combination. The Jacket is from FabIndia and the kurta is custom made.
The jacket has very fine quilting and is ideal for this weather.
I have teamed the kurta with black tights and silver jewellery.
This jacket can also be teamed up with jeans and a top.
A simple smart outfit for daily wear.
These are my silver accessories.
Hope you liked the look.
Winter is starting to make its presence felt here in Delhi. There is just a slight nip in the air.
For an evening out I wore this fusion ensemble. Layering has always been a passion,and here I layered my kurta with an off white cotton embroidered jacket from Janpath.. As my winter clothes are still deep inside my closet,I had no option but to make do with my summer separates. It was a bonus that the colors matched the colors of the Indian flag.
The kurta is from Fabindia.
I am wearing off white palazzos.
Nude slippers,silver cuff and a matching bag complete the look.
I always maintain that fashion should be comfortable and it should look good on you. One should not follow trends blindly.
For me and my work environment, I mainly stick to long kurtas.It definitely gives a slimmer silouhette and looks good.
Here I am sharing with you my favorite color blocked kurta,that I bought from a boutique in delhi. I have paired it with palazzos and also a black dupatta.As it is fall, deep colors look very nice.
My all time silver jewellery finishes the look.
When there is a lot of color in your outfit, always go for nude slippers.
This kurta is priced at INR3500.
It always is a good idea to have a capsule wardrobe of basic must haves like nude slippers, black lowers and statement neckpieces . That way, you just have to buy uppers, and then it is easy to mix and match.