In this blog post, I am featuring Kanelle by Kanika Jain. Her designs bespoke of elegance, comfort and simplicity. From heavy embroidered work to using light cotton fabric, we can find designs soothing our eyes. Their designs add a modern twist to traditional designs. I love being a Kanelle Woman because the collection is made for a woman who is just like me, someone who wants to experiment with styles and make a statement without being loud in appearance. Kanika Jain, the chief head behind Kanelle, to bring her fashion creations for women to life, created this namesake designer brand. The name itself is a combination of ‘Kanika’ and ‘elle’, which represents, ‘Kanika’s creations for her’.
We all love festivals. Do we not? Moreover dressing and styling in this season is where our heart lies. I have always spent an hour doing dress rehearsal in front of my mirror before bumping out from the door. Well, festivals and marriages are as such that it even makes the underdressed look all dolled up. As we bid adieu to festive season, we welcome the wedding season with open arms. The outfits that, I am going to showcase today are what you can adorn on your best friend’s cocktail or a mehndi function and look all jazzed up. A best friend’s wedding is what we all internally long for. Though, we hate them going far from us but we know if our bonding is strong, no one can pull us apart. But on the contrary, we know that what humungous amount of fun and craziness those days hold for us. We want to look our best, flaunting our every single curve and look fashion forward. But on the other hand, we look forward to wear comfortable clothes so that we can get up and dance anytime and anywhere.
In the first look, I have paired the blue and yellow outfit with a powder blue shoes, a light weight earrings from Global Desi and a kilim woven bag from Boriya Basta. The fabric and the thread work on the dress speaks of easiness. The look can be carried easily on a mehendi function of your friend or a distant cousin. Try not to wear heels with it, as it will kill the vibe of this dress.
For second look, I have kept it subtle. The rust colour layered top and the purple grey palazzo can be teamed up with different shades of heels. You can try orange, black, nude and also brown for that matter. As the outfit comes with a belt and has little drops of work on the bottom, it’s better to keep the look simple. I just paired it up with bold, heavy beaded earrings. You can also wear a trendy hathfool with it. But it’s better to limit there. I styled it in two different ways, one with light pink studded heels, jazzy clutch and the belt. In second look, I just kept the same earrings but wore black heels fro Tresmode. Which look do you like ?