For the love of ethnic

Hey loves,

I have been so MIA on the blog lately as I’ve been running around here and there for Events and travel purpose, the last week was back to back full of events and so much of travelling that I couldn’t find time to sit and write down the blog posts. Although, I am quite loving this busy schedule of mine but at the same time I suffer a lot on few parts such as my health and spending quality time with my family. I know I will learn to manage all these things with your support and love, so, keep watching this space and never miss out any update from Bees and Baubles!

Anyway, I recently went to a launch event of AAYNA-which is a high-end, full spectrum aesthetic wellness clinic providing a comprehensive range of treatments.The new Clinic carries forward the legacy of AAYNA offering safe and effective procedures in the fields of Cosmetic dermatology, Anti-ageing, Weight management, Semi-permanent makeup, Hair restoration and Medical pedicures. Its uniqueness lies in that it’s not just a cosmetic dermatology and Anti Ageing space but it has solutions from head to toe under one roof. It is a medical space run by Doctors in a very luxurious and comforting environment which ensures great results and care. I was so happy to be part of this event and got to learn a lot from the medicinal professionals over there, So, I thought of sharing some views for the same, please drop by AAYNA Clinic next time whenever you guys cross Khan market, New Delhi.

Coming back to the blog post, As you guys know that I am a big sucker for Traditional attires, and I never miss a chance to style them and get my shoots done not only because how they turn out in pictures but also because they are something which is connected to our culture, Indian culture and they bring out the best in an Indian women and enhances her beauty. So, for this post, I wore this beautiful peacock blue gown by Pallavi Mohan (Not so serious by Pallavi Mohan) which had a sheer back and front with embellished stones and flower embroidery all over it with a floor length flare adding up a princess-y feel to it.

I kept my make-up simple and warmly neutral as I like it that way only but ditching the nude lipstick this time, I picked up a bold red lipstick for this look ( I will be mentioning the details below). For the jewellery part, I wore these elegant pair of earrings from Gioielli by Parneet Thukral. Moreover, I shot all of the pictures at a historical tomb to amp up the quality of pictures (I hope they turned out really well, let me know your views as well :p)

Here are the pictures from the same-

I had so much fun doing this shoot, I promise to never skip any week to update the blogs (Always welcoming suggestions).
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Outfit- Not so serious by Pallavi Mohan, Earrings- Gioielli by Parneet Thukral
Photography- Mixatpe Photography





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