How you been? I’m freezing! Could give Rudolf some serious competition right now. (Its 8 degrees outside!) Last post, I mentioned some excitement in life and some new adventures coming up. You may already have a slight idea, if you follow me on snapchat or Instagram. I’m not going to mention much here right now though, maybe more details in the next post?
My love for Indian clothing is no secret and I really do believe an Indian girl looks her most beautiful in traditional clothes, always. On my recent trip to India, I added on this lovely outfit to my collection. Purchased from my new favourite store called Atosa in Bandra by the designer Joy Mitra.
I’m all about anarkalis, they do look gorgeous on everyone but at one point you need something new. This was my something new and I was also looking for something I could style separately again because lets be real, Indian clothes are not cheap. We also wear something once or twice and then don’t want to wear it with the same people again. Thus, one reason I loved this attire from Joy Mitra was its ability to be styled separately.
The whole look is a sunflower yellow silk kurti, with delicate little embroidery. The bottom is a lengha with blue flowers printed all over and cute tassels hanging down. Instead of the traditional chuni, they have scarf. I love this unconventional mixed and matched look, its different and but actually looks lovely together. The best part is, you can definitely wear all of these things separately and still look fabulous.
I haven’t actually worn this outfit ever before, and premiered it on my blog before elsewhere! Despite the fact now everyone will have seen this, I did really want to share this gorgeous piece with you!
With the outfit being so simple but so elegant I didn’t want to ruin the vibe with any bling, so I went with these artistic pieces of jewellery from Minerali. Delicate pearls and golden metal completed the outfit perfectly for me. I went for the blue tinted stone earnings and this hand cuff with pearls and leaf motifs on the rings.
Also I’d also like to mention a special thanks to Sassy Spoon in Bandra, for letting us shoot there. Absolutely love the interior of that cafe.
I hope you guys enjoyed this outfit, do let me know!
Until next time, stay warm!
Lot of love
Outfit: Joy Mitra
Photography: Mrinmai Parab
Atosa: Aman Villa, 6/B, Anand Vihar Co-Op Society, 20th Road, Khar West, Opp. St Elias School, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400052, India
Minerali: Shop No.2, Nav Meghdhoot Apts, Near Mc Donalds, Linking Road, Bandra (West), Mumbai, Maharashtra 400052, India