Bindi

Heya!

As I mentioned in my last post, I’m still ecstatic about my new hairstyle. You would see me giggle in the photos enjoying the same πŸ˜›

Anyway.

Being an Indian girl, I am very fond of Bindi <a forehead decoration>. It’s generally for married women, typically red/maroon in color however it can also be worn as a piece of adornment.

Obviously, I chose the latter. πŸ˜‰

The outfit featured here is mix of modern and traditional Indian culture. The Bindi and the juttiΒ <The pair is in form of ballerinas however the sequins on it give resemblance to Jutti> form part of Indian culture and the turtle neck top (with bandh-gala style) & palazzo pants give the modern kick.

I have a penchant for turtle neck style which you must have noticed by now if you’re a regular reader. The monsoon season asks for an ensemble in which you can float into the world of your imagination and a pair of palazzo pants would make sure that it happens; trust me.

The outfit is a self designed outfit “design-tale” for which will be shared soon with all of you πŸ˜€

Let me know how’d you like the entire outfit πŸ™‚

 

Lots of love,

Himanshi

Peek-a-boo

Peek-a-boo

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Kajal. :P

Kajal. πŸ˜›

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Twirl.

Twirl.

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Don't miss the reflection :D

Don’t miss the reflection πŸ˜€

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Lost.

Lost.

*Grin*

*Grin*

 

 

Outfit: Self-designed

Ballerinas: Ezra via Jabong

On my eyes: Chambor <Eyeliner & kajal>

On my lips: MAC (Girl About Town)

Photography by: Tarun Chawla Photography

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