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Tuesday, 10 November 2015



Photos by Jitendra B | Concept , Styling & Modelling by Naznin Suhaer


Black Crop Top - Faballey | Black Shirt, Black Shrug, Black Trousers – Thrifted | Necklace and head piece – Old | Sandals- Koovs | Bag- Gifted

There is something about Diwali lights that takes me into a different world of tranquility. The aroma of the food, the delectable sweets prepared, and the idea of a soiree delights me beyond words. However, styling a look on festivals is a tricky task for a person like me who owns very few traditional pieces in the wardrobe. Investing in ethnic pieces is something I rarely consider since I don’t wear them around the year. Therefore, creating a fusion look with some Indian jewelry is what came to my mind this Diwali. I decided to style this look with a black sheer shirt and a crop top worn inside and layered the shirt with a shrug. To bring in the festive vibe, I accessorized the look with my good old kundan necklace and a headpiece. Hair pinned up in a low bun, a dash of gold on the eyes, some bronze on the cheeks and a matte brown lip completed the look. And of course, a great pair of high heels and a clutch to go with it. Hope you liked the look. I would love to know how you all styled yourselves.
Wishing you all a safe and blissful Diwali! J

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