Outfit of the Day: Mint Green Kurti and Churidhar

Outfit of the Day: Mint Green Kurti and Churidhar

Hello there!

I will be leaving Delhi soon and head back to Bangalore. Delhi and Gurgaon have been fun, but home is calling.

To wrap up my days here, went to Ambience mall with hubby dearest. I wore a mint green Lucknowi kurta with bottle green chudidaar. I love chickenkari work and the kurtas are idea summer wear!


I paired the outfit with my favourite juttis and bag. The bag is beautiful find from Kutch. Its big, bold and oh so very boho! It’s my go-to bag for everything Indian and fusion wear.

Mint Green

I am a big fan of juttis and have couple of them beauties.  I am wearing these beautiful jhumkas I bought from my favourite silverware shop in Pune called Pratha.

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My engagement ring and a ruby ring finished off the look.  Beauty-wise, I am wearing, Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Sweetheart Valentine, Colorbar ultimate eyeliner in black, and Neutrigena ultrasheer dry touch sunblock with SPF 50+.


Outfit Details:

Kurta: Delgi haat
Nag: kala Raksha (Also available at Kimaya stores)
Earrings: Pratha, Pune
Juttis: Venus Steps, Ambience mall
Ruby Ring:Family hireloom

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37 thoughts on “Outfit of the Day: Mint Green Kurti and Churidhar

  1. looking fab Mrs.Negi…I just loved your kurta, *drool* especially the work on it and its mint green color..so apt for summers! your jhumkis totally rocked the outfit *haan ji*

  2. Me too huge fan of jutis having almst in every color *pompom* n u lukng simply beautiful.. N nice pair of jhumkas

  3. Love ur kurti.. The work is beautiful n color is so fresh n summery.. Love the whole look.. I love jootis too..

  4. i loved the minty combination *clap* *claap* so fresh and summery..in love with the colour *happy dance* *happy dance* and you look as graceful as always *hifive* *puchhi*

  5. i love everything saee..the kurti the jhumka the bag the juti and ur smile *clap* *clap* *whistle* *whistle* *woot* *woot* u are gorgeous and the mint color is sooo cool

    1. Thank you so much Rati! You should try them. I have worked extensively with traditional artisans and my love for all the things traditional comes from the time spent with them.

  6. I love monochrome outfits with one color in different shades!!! Super classy and comfortable outfit – perfect Indian summer wear!

  7. loved ur look…..pretty color kurti….and ur jhumkaas r just too gud….u have nicely paired the entire attire…wt juttis n dat bag….ur dimple adds all the more charm to the look *jai ho* …..a big thumbs-up to this lovely summary look! *hifive*

  8. Masta ekdum fresh!

    Quick personal q….Lucknowi kurtis are pretty see through, what did you wear underneath? I mean otherwise the dark churidar shows through the light kurta and spoils the ensemble!

    1. Varsha! *thankyou* . I actually never wear anything underneath except skin colour *ra. I usually pick up heavy embroidery kurtis so it is not that see through. I am not a fan of slips under my clothes.

  9. Lovely OOTD Saee!! I love Lucknowi kurtis but mine are always get less wear out of it because they are so see through 🙁 And your zumkas are beautiful I am definitely checking out Pratha next time i go to Pune 🙂

  10. Hey
    Can you tell me what color camisole can we wear underneath thses coloured chiken kurtas as these cotton kurta can be a bit see through.. how to get a perfect look

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