Here is another Ethnic post for you. Ethnics have always been my favourite. You can play with the colours, the style and experiment a lot based on your personal preferences. Be a wedding, or a subtle day at work, ethnic wear can always come to your rescue in all styles & designs.
This look, is suited for a family function, or a friend’s mehendi where you can easily carry this outfit with minimal efforts in make up & accessories and still not compromise on your look in the setting.
In this look I am wearing a bottle green suit which has a front slit with golden zari work around the neck. The fabric of the outfit is very flowy and soft, and super comfortable & easy to carry. The fabric is light and suited for these summer days and it comes with a light embellishments which looks heavy. So a win win situation!
It is paired with a palazzo to complete the look. The palazzo also has golden brocade work on it’s border. This gorgeous outfit can be styled in variety of ways. This is a perfect dress for a festivity where you want to neither wear something too simple nor do something which is over the top and can go haywire.
I have put on a maroon lipstick with a basic eyeliner and kept the make up very minimal.
For the footwear, I went with these beautiful red color juttis which had golden thread work all over it. These juttis worked perfectly with the outfit and added a tinge of colour to it breaking the monotony away. Also, red as a colour compliments green. You can pair it with heavy golden earrings to look gorgeous in this festive season.
I personally did not add much to this outfit because of the bottle green colour, which beautifully brings out the entire outfit without much to do and speaks a lot for itself.
Which colour speaks out for you? Comment below and let me know.
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Super day guys!
JUTTIS: Shilpsutra | OUTFIT: Bumble Bee | LOCATION: Taksim Ansal Plaza | PHOTOGRAPHER: The Picture Phacctory