The perfect ethnic look-book with Shree!
Beyond the boundaries
The festive season just passed and we already have more festivals coming up in a few months. I love to dress up for Indian festivities and how there are so many options available out there, if you have an eye and knack for it. Different dimensions, colours, styles and accessories to play around with an outfit.
I recently did the same with two looks I created for Shree India:
This is a simple yet chic look, for those who want to maintain the beauty of simplicity with Indian ethnic garments.
In this look, I picked this self printed red Anarkali Kurta which can also be worn as a dress. Not just pink as a colour is bright and energetic, but also a colour which allows you to keep it simple with its elegance preserved.
To keep the colour intact, I went ahead with a deep pink lip shade and balanced the attire with pastel nude footwear.
I accessorized this look with elegant yet unconventional jewellery, which adds the extravagant factor and uplifts the simplicity of the garment. You can opt for this garment for a chic look on a mehendi or Sangeet function if you are driven towards the simple yet elegant ethnic wear.
This is one look where I decided to go beyond my usuals. I wore this Indigo Print ankle length Anarkali Kurta and paired it with quirky coloured shades and a golden choker.
To add more of the extravagant factor, I also tried a different hairdo to go beyond the limit of styling which you might face with ethnic garments. Here I tried to create a grunge look, with two braids, a dark lip shade, clubbed with boho and raw accessories.
To compliment the entire look, I decided to go with black boots to create a grunge and raw package with this ethnic wear.
With short hair, there is a limitation with the experiments so do let me know how do you like it or if you would like to know more about this hairdo.
Also, Shree recently launched their wedding collection with their first ever fashion show, SOUK’17 and the collection was new and refreshing. From bridal to non-bridal wear, the event showcased wide range of collection. The theme of the show was, ‘An old wine in a new bottle’, where the designs used Indian Printing techniques incorporated in modern silhouettes.
New blogs coming soon. Keep watching this space.