How you all doing today!! June is almost half of it, and everyone is going on vacation or planning to go somewhere. For me travelling, exploring the places is the best way to embrace your personality & knowing yourself better. Its like getting memories for a lifetime. I spent two days in Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) and felt like having some connection with this city. Sharing some beautiful experiences with all of you guys mixed with my love for Indian Ethnic Wear.
I visited The Tribal Museum, and trust me I was amazed to see this place. I must say that it is an inspiring place for you if you are art & craft lover.There is so much more to be amazed off. The gold ring, crafted plants, village house, wood works, clay arts & all about tribal culture. Cool place to hang out with your family and experience life of tribals.
I just love love love this special place and wanted to shoot the whole place in a very special outfit and in a special way. For day first I wore a white t-shirt with classic blue jeans and it went well with the aura of this place. You know…whenever I visit historical places, I always wear an outfit which gels with the place. Therefore, I decided to wear my all time favourite kuttch work jacket which I bought from Ahmedabad. Added my tan brown nagra jutti to give it perfect match and an ethnic look.
Accessories – Silver Oxidized Jhumki.
Makeup – Minimal makeup to avoid irritation while exposure to sun raise. Applied BB cream all over the face & wore winged liner and pink lips to enhance the ethnic wives.
In the end I found this hot pink elephant print bag which went very well with the feel.
See girls how easily a casual white T-shirt, blue jeans can be turned into high street ethnic look. It’s comfortable & fun at the same time.
I wore my beautiful white chikankari kurti with white palazzo which is a lovely Indian ethnic wear. I bought this chikankari short kurti from Lucknow. The star of this outfit is this light purple Kota cotton dupatta which I bought from Kota Rajasthan. This dupatta has silver gota all over the place. You can use these kind of dupattaz in multiple ways. Best to wear it with any kind of white outfit like white kurti, Anarkali, top and you can pair it with salwar, palazzo, skirt or with pant also. It can be used with any colour, just be bit careful with mix & match.
Accessories – Black golden 2 dozen chudies for one hand for a bit chunky fun look in the outfit.
Oxidized Jhumki which I have seen in the previous look.
Hair & Makeup – I made a side parting and added one side rope braid. Nothing is better then simple minimal look if you’re on your travelling mode.
Make up – Applied Lakmé CC cream, winged liner and pink lipstick. You can try this look for day parties.
So what do you think guys? My love for Indian ethnic wear and themes will never die… I am planing to come up with pure ethnic look which is inspired to our daily life women who are true inspiration and heroes.
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