Wednesday 18 October 2017

Festive Outfit : Option 1 - Diwali

Hi everybody, how's it going? I know I've been MIA for a long time, and just 2 posts in 2 months didn't suffice. But guys, you've been seeing my crazy schedules all over my instagram and snapchat and because you've been my constant supporters, you know how #lifeofablogger is! However, I promise to be a bit more active in the coming days as I have a lot in-stored for all you lovelies.

Well, that brings me to today's post - a beautiful Diwali outfit option that I have created for girls across the nation who are scouring through the deepest treasures of malls, fashion streets and online shopping portals to make their perfect ‘Diwali outfit’ come to life! 

If you remember, I visited Delhi in early September, and I did mention to you guys that I will be visiting the very famous Sarojini market, and might even do a haul video for you guys. Though the video couldn't happen, but I must tell you that I did shop a lot of stuff which also includes a few picks that I've paired up to create my Diwali looks this year! I don't really like to spend much on Indian clothing, as I wear it occasionally, say twice a year and that's it. So, while I got hold of some regal odds and sods during my Sarojini stroll, I grabbed it all. 

kurta, earrings : Sarojini Market, Delhi | leggings : FBB | heels : Steve Madden
rings : H&M | handcuff : Auhna Creations

Diwali being the grand affair of the year is loved by all, and just like all of you, I too have a thing for the occasion and prep to celebrate it in full enthusiasm. I mean for me, it's all about extravagant lighting, good food and beautiful clothes! This time I have opted to get dressed in a straight cut, maxi kurta with full sleeves, in royal blue in chiffon fabric (perfect for the hot weather we have in town right now) that I bought from Sarojini for just Rs.200, paired with a cotton churidar in white, complimenting the minimal white and orange embroidery on the neck of the kurta. Churidar pajamas work best for petite girls like me as they make our legs look sleek and us tall, and then we also have the option to add funky heels in the feet. I threw in my favorite Steve Madden pair in gold and beige that looked apt with the accessories - hooped earrings with orange and white pompoms bought for Rs.50, a gold handcuff and platinum rings.

Though, one of the fanciest parts that makes this look stand out is definitely the makeup and the hair that have been thoroughly worked upon by my friend and MUA - Simran Taneja. A pretty soul that she is, gave me a fresh face with deep bronze and brown eyes, pink blush and bright pink lips, with little contour and curled my hair making me look nothing less than mesmerizing! #MirrorSaidPretty

I hope you liked my Diwali outfit option 1. I shall reveal the other one (for Bhaidooj) tomorrow, so stay tuned for that. Also, if you're looking for a good makeup artist to help you get ready for weddings or other festive occasions, please feel free to contact Simran (and refer her with my code : 'Picker at Pace' for discounts). I can vouch, she is one of the most talented MUAs I've come across.

Until next, wishing you lots of love, happiness and a prosperous Diwali!

Photographed by : Madhukant Tripathi


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