Indian outfits are best a way to fuse in with bohemian style. I love bohemian fashion. This Dussehra I didn’t want to go with heavy Indian outfit, with those classic lehenga choli or salwar kameez. Instead, I tried a fusion outfit. So I visited max stores the last week and it was filled with festive collection clothes color coordinated and arranged according to different patterns and styles. They had a very wide range of ethnic clothes. There were fusions, casuals, party and festive collection with various color options meeting everyone’s needs. I went with a thought of getting something dhoti-ish. But we all have second thoughts while shopping right? After running around the store for a while I found a multicolor top with bohemian print and angel sleeves. It had a high neckline with some mirror detailings, and strings for a tie-up knot with pink tassels. It looked completely boho and I was sure that I could get the best of fusion from it.
While searching for a perfect bottom I came across dhotis, printed and embroidered skirts, palazzos and a lot more. I was running late so I thought of pairing this top with some navy dhotis until I found this baby. These royal blue trousers with elegant banarsi prints went perfectly with my top. Moreover, they added a festive hint to my outfit, not making it too boho-ish. Multicolor top gave me the freedom to play with vivid textures, colors, and prints. I loved the way this outfit turned out to be simple yet festive, thanks to the pinks, oranges, and blues it has.
I wanted to layer this outfit a little bit and a scarf is the best option when it comes to layering. I picked a navy blue scarf with pink and white tassels which went pretty well with the outfit. When I was almost done, I found this very cute bag. I really wanted some ethnic yet boho bags in my collection. So I couldn’t resist myself from buying it.
I already had these oxidized silver earrings which I bought from Westside stores. I wore a silver coined bracelet and a kada on my wrists. As the outfit was not loud enough I concentrated on accessories. otherwise, a pair of earrings would be enough. For footwear, I wore this chappal with pink pom poms and ghungrus. I loved the way it complimented with the outfit. A ghungru anklet wasn’t necessary as my chappals were already doing all the cham cham. But as my trousers were 3/4th in length I didn’t want my ankles to be bare and nothing went as well as this antique anklet. Though it added up the cham cham I loved the way It blended with other accessories.
So that’s it with the look. This look is perfect for college, a lunch date with friends and family get-togethers etc.
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wishing you belated happy Dussehra.
Take care, bye.