The Wedding Look!
Being an Indian, kurta is one of my all time favorites. It can be styled in many ways. Styling an outfit for oneself or someone else does not necessarily mean picking up designer-wear according to the body type/personal style – but it also refers to wearing the same piece in different ways that suit one’s personality.
If you’re following Kintyish on social media, here’s this kurta you’d have already seen on me. That was for a collection launch event. I styled the same kurta with just few accessories and it became a wedding party outfit (unless you’re looking for a blingy one – I just wanted simple ethnic look for a wedding party)
The story of how it became my party outfit is very weird. I was actually supposed to wear saree at this function and was almost ready but since I wore saree for the first time – I had a hard time handling it (mentally). For 10 mins after I was ready – I felt as if I’d fall and fall and fall again. *Sigh*
Well, all my girls had a pact of wearing saree that evening so just imagine how much I got scolded for ditching them.
So after those 10 minutes of continuous turmoil in my head – I planned to change my mind. Since I was not at home, I didn’t have any other party outfit with me. But then I had a look at this kurta and thought – who said a kurta can not be worn to a party? Luckily – I had this dupatta and a pair of black leggings with me. Still – I thought something was missing. What else would add wedding-y look to the outfit? Think think! Gajra 😉 Yeah – never underestimate the power of a “gajra” *Grin*
So I was almost ready to go out with loose hair until the very last moment – I thought of making a quick bun and poufing it with gajra! Since I’d never had a tryst with gajra, I felt a little hesistant but I was so comfortable in the entire outfit that I chose to let it stay 🙂 Trust me, this entirely took me 20 minutes to get ready including the makeup. I just applied Spawake BB cream with my favorite winged eyeliner, red lips and topped it off with a black bindi *ting* The oversized golden jhumkas & a pair of golden bangles enhanced the outfit.
So let me know if you’ve ever come across such a situation where you thought of/planned something else and worn something else 😀 Also, how’d you like my look.
Tada till the next look and Stay Kintyish!