You people were more than enthusiastic to see an ethnic outfit! So, here’s presenting! 😀 It makes me really sad to see how my ethnic clothes have a mere life of only 4 to 6 hours. Although, I am not completely a no-repeating-of-clothes person (I can actually wear most of my clothes everyday!), it really takes the life out of me to repeat my suits and sarees. I strictly make it a point never to re-wear my outfits at weddings. Hence, almost all my suits have been worn only once or a maximum, twice! Thereafter, they live only to make my closet look pretty, glitzy and colourful! :-$
This is something that I have worn only once- to my first cousin’s “sagan,” back in November 2011. I had carried it with me to Jaipur, the past weekend, where I had to attend someone’s wedding. But as fate holds, I couldn’t muster the courage and make myself wear it again! I ended up wearing something else! But I did, do a shoot in this!
I always design my suits myself. I can buy gowns, and lehengas, and sarees from the market, but not suits! I just do not like ready-made suits. Somehow, I feel they look all the same, with only a variation in colours. Plus, the kind of fitting I want; is almost impossible to find in ready-made suits.
I had been (back in November 2011) dying to wear a full-blown true anarkali suit and I wanted something in Red. This suit was also my first-ever attempt at colour-blocking. (You will have no idea, how apprehensive I was to try it. Right from buying the fabric to actually wearing it at the party. I was just so nervous throughout! I thought I was looking like a canvas with so many colours on me! But later, the compliments more than made up for all the anxiety!) Red being the starting point, I chose yellow to go with it and later, a little hint of green followed! I chose green jewellery to balance out the colours.
Suit: Self-designed; stitched at my mother’s Boutique
Earrings: Dubai Gold
Ring: From Japiur*
*If you all start wondering that I own lots of stuff from Jaipur, it’s because I LOVE that city! I am a true Delhiite, but at my heart lays the Pink City! And I might have travelled the world, but that’s one place I have to go back to every 4-6 months! I go totally crazy shopping there!! There are so many beautiful things there, especially their jewellery! It’s impossible to come back empty handed!
Apologies for the lonnngggg write-up. I had been away from you guys for more than a week now, I had just so much to tell!. By the way, just a little alert! Be ready for some serious bombardment of OOTDs from me! 😉
Hope you like this one! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much for all the comments!
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