Happy & an Awesome New Year Guys… hope it is filled with loads and loads of Happiness, Love, Peace, Success & Affection for all of you. Well, I am really hoping that all of you must’ve set your goals or resolutions by now for this year and as far as I am concerned, I pretty much have figured out my this years resolution – To be Stronger, both physically and emotionally. you know, I am otherwise a very emotional person and tend to get upset at the drop pf a hat. But Not anymore, I am going to look forward to the brighter side life and also get Healthier for the Better tomorrow. Anyways, enough of my resolutions, and let’s get straight to the look now.
Well, for the first post this year, I wanted to try out something fun and different and saw this ethnic vest lying in my cupboard while i was cleaning up my mess the last weekend. And I knew exactly the look I was about to shoot. So, I’d bought this gorgeous piece last year when I visited Kutch, my in-laws place and totally fell in love with it the moment I saw it. Traditionally, Folkwear patterns have been used by theatre and dance costumers, historic reenactors, art-to-wear aficionados, and anyone who enjoys dressing up and how can I be far behind, right..? I think, it’s fun element and totally dresses up any outfit. It’s very ethnic yet you can style the same with diverse looks – Western, Indian, Boho and it’ll still manage to make you look class apart.
So, I paired this ethnic beauty with my old-time favorite, my faded Denims and a sheer white blouse. Very Casual and still very dressed up. A pair of red heels only added to the gleam. Hope you guys liked the look and as always, thank you so very much for stopping by.. 🙂
Loads of Love.
:: wearing :: White Sheer Top, #maxfashions| Denims, #levi’s | Red Heels, #thrifted | Ethnic Vest, #kutchfair |