Art at its best- we call it handloom prints 🙂
Handloom is a way to define India. The outcome of the long tiring hours spent by the artisans to weave the fabric, stitch on it, paint the batik or kalamkari prints is sheer awesomeness and elegance.
Whenever we think of Indian weddings, we can only imagine lots of colours, zaari-work, bling and even more bling. Can you ever imagine someone coming to her sister’s wedding in a simple cotton printed salwaar kameez? I know most of the Indians won’t even think of going to a wedding party like that. But this lady created a class fashion statement by doing so.
She has handpicked one of the rare full sleeved Kalamkari Printed long kameez from the Indian roots. The colour she has chosen is in steel blue just to match her poised appeal. The best thing about this kameez is the high necked small V-shaped collar. Along with this the long dupatta, also in the kalamkari prints, draped sideways makes it royally fashionable.
She has chosen a churidaar pant in off-white to match with her handloom prints. The hair is kept open with bangs. If you have curly hair, use your hair straightener for the rescue ( though for me it damages my hair a lot 😦 ). Otherwise keep it in a classic side bun and take the dupatta around your hands. She has worn small danglers, but you can definitely go for even bigger ones ( see my previous post on the latest trends of danglers :* ). Wear a big pearl on your forefinger just to make it even more classy. You can either go for a pair of black coloured strappy flats as she has done – but I suggest for the wedding night of your BFF get a silver coloured peep toed high heels and white clutch make yourself taller and more graceful 🙂