Colors of Spring
Hope you’re doing amazing with the advent of spring. The heat is paving its way and so are the spring colours.That is why this blogpost is all about the vibrant spring colours, prints and patterns.
I wore a wonderful, bright ethnic outifit which is from Param Sahib and this outfit is not just vibrant in it’s colours but the bold geometrical prints as well, which has golden appliqué embroidery on it. The skirt also has motifs work over some patterns, which adds to its elegance. The skirt has motifs embroidery and geometrical patterns. Even though the crop top and the skirt beautifully compliments each other, it actually is not an ethnic pair. I styled them separately(Unbelievable, right?) Both paired together, gave an indo-western look, which can be worn on various functions, be it your best friend’s wedding or a mehendi function!
MAKEUP & ACCESSORIES
Since the outfit in itself was so vibrant, I decided to keep the make up subtle and statement, with some kohl’ed eyes and statement lipstick, to balance the look all in all.I carried this outfit with a beautiful maang tikaa, and you can add your own jewellery to it depending on the occasion.If you’d like, you can also pair it with a solid duppatta to balance the colours.The crop top and the skirt, when paired together calls for a bold & beautiful outfit suitable for all wedding occasions or other celebrations.The top & the skirt can also be paired individually with other skirt/top if you want to tone down or highlight more depending upon the occasion.I personally love ethnic outfits, especially in summers due to the vibrance of colours and because of how much you can experiment.
WEARING: Param Sahib
MUA: Deepanshi Mangla
SHOT BY: Mayank khanna
Which is your favourite ethnic outfit? Let me know in the comments below.Will be posting a lot such blogposts, let me know what kind of posts you would like to read!
Love & Hugs,