7/28/2014

DRESSING UP THE TRADITIONAL WAY: BLACK & PINK ANARKALI OOTD

Hope you all had a fun weekend. We did some fun activity with friends this weekend, white water rafting! We did few rapids, hit a rock, a friend fell out from the raft into the rapids, Tee rescued him like a hero (True story!), it was FUN. Loving summer so far, a relaxing road trip, vacation in Florida, and now some adventure in WA. Coming to the vacation in the Sunshine state, today's post was shot there. We had a party at my SIL's place with friends and family. It was an indian style party with some yum food. Since i don't get to go ethnic often, i grabbed this opportunity and went all out indian style.

I love kurta churidhaar, i spent my four years at college wearing sawlar kameez (not like this one, very simple ones) everyday. I had a huge collection, in various colors and fabrics(cotton is my most favorite, great for Indian weather), now all that sits at home in India inside the closed doors. So you can guess how excited i would have been to go ethnic in a bright indian outfit.

I bought this floor length anarkali (although there is not much kalis) in India, along with the anarkali i wore on my b'day. I bought this to wear to indian parties and festivities here in Seattle and i finally got to wear it at Palm Beach. Love the black and pick combo of this one, pink brings in the contrast, and the stones & crystals add some glitter and glam to the outfit. Got many compliments at the party, yay!

Did u attend any parties this weekend, how did u dress up? Do you like going traditional once in a while? Have a productive week! xo, Hems.

9 comments:

  1. Adorbs! Loving the bright pink detail!

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    Giovanna
    www.HeyLoveBlog.com

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  2. You look nice here

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  3. Great pics! That field you're in looks like a dream :)

    -- Michelle | http://mxpstyle.com

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    1. Thanks, Michelle. And yeah , its a community club house field, simply beautiful!

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  4. You looking good in ethnic wear

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